Flat Master 150 – quick review and configuration in APT and NINA

I got the Flat Master 150 back in the end of last season but never got around to using it since I was going to build my observatory. I have been using an inexpensive LED panel together with printer paper and cloth to adjust the brightness but when switching between broadband and narrowband filters you need the ability to adjust the brightness in some other way. I opted for the Flat Master 150 because you can adjust the brightness from 0 to 100 percent, it is powered by USB and you can control it with your favourite software of choice, for example Astro Photography Tool or N.I.N.A. In this video I will do a quick review for you and show you how to configure it and use it in APT and N.I.N.A.