I am standardising my V2 and Raspberry pi 3B+ camera to take astrophotography pictures, which takes the picture with a pinkish tint.

To take the photo I use these command

raspistill -o pruebafoto.jpg

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However, I've been looking for a way to take pictures with a colour closer to reality, which is why I found this code:

 raspistill -set -ss $2 -vf -hf -ev -24 -ISO 100 -awb off -awbg 1.0,1.0 -drc high --stats -n -q 10 -t 100 -w 648 -h 486 -o img.jpg

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Whose results are more realistic. My question is... is there a way to default to these settings? Is there any other way to take photos with realistic colour?

Thank you in advance

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