In fact, we have automatically turned on the amplifier glow controller in the firmware and set it to be turned on by default. So the current image is the effect of turning on the amplifier glow controller. However, due to the limitation of the CMOS chip, this camera cannot completely avoid the effects of amplifier glow.Most of our new generation CMOS cameras have achieved zero glow, such as QHY268 and QHY600
I can't be really sure because I don't know this exact model, but all qhy cameras don't have a resident firmware fixed in the hardware.
What happens is the firmware included in the driver installation gets loaded inside the camera every time it's powered on. So you only need to make sure you have an up to date version of the indi driver to have the latest firmware.
I noticed that in the INDI version 1.9.5, the QHYCCD 183M driver reports that che camera 183M does not have the AMPGLOW control.
I remenber in older version that this is present and it was enabled/disabled.
Please check it and let the user to controll it