Turn Light Amplification on and the system will use its low-light sensor to accumulate light through a series of short exposures.
The resulting image is projected into the eyepiece as the accumulation occurs, which means that you will see something right when you start Light Amplification, and the view of the object will keep improving with time.
Depending on observing conditions (light pollution, moon phase, weather, etc…) and the objects you are pointing at, it can take from
a few seconds to several tens of seconds for you to start seeing the beautiful colors and shapes of galaxies and nebulae normally
invisible directly through the eyepiece of a regular or even a high-end telescope.