Visibility II / V
When I tested the Raspberry Pi 4 B single-circuit computer-based all-sky fireball camera in daytime conditions and lazily in the bedroom ventilation window, I noticed that there was a pretty halo chick in the sky. The top side was quite handsome at best and there was quite a bit of a horizon ring. Too bad, because of the testing, I didn't get pictures of the best stage. And that Raspberry HQ camera module cell isn't the best for halo shooting. But here, the model is an average stack of three images believed. The stack of three images did not yet fade the clouds properly.
Yes, you could think of that tuning as an automatic halo camera as long as the software can be tuned in there. Half of the image is cropped. In addition, there is a car iris on the lens that was now fully open (f1.4) and the exposure is the shortest I got off. Manual dimmer or auto iris control would be necessary.