When you start your camera (I assume it's an ASCOM driver) you should see the ASCOM camera chooser. The Properties button should open a window with camera controls.
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- 12 Sep 2022, 02:23
- Forum: Instrumentation
- Topic: Setteling time when using Center
- Replies: 4
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Hi Rudi, the center script has been working well for me so far. Here is the script I used for years to center. You can adjust the pause to meet your needs. raOri = Telescope.RA deOri = Telescope.DEC Camera.Binning(3) Camera.Start(5) Camera.Wait ra,de = Image.EstimateRADEC ok = Image.FindCoordinates(...
- 31 Aug 2022, 20:13
- Forum: Image processing and analysis
- Topic: Stacking leads to elongated stars in the corners
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Did you try selecting star alignment with translation + field rotation?
Center script command, also from help file. Telescope.AutoCenter(exposure, binning, [ra,dec]) Starts the automatic centering with plate solving, using the new Centering Window of Astroart 8 SP1. The script will be paused until the procedure is complete, then use the function: Telescope.AutoCenterOK(...
Hi Rudi, here are the parameters for PHD script functions in AA help file. Start guiding. It's possible to specify the three parameters for settling (pixels, time, timeout) as described in the PHD EventMonitoring interface: https://github.com/OpenPHDGuiding/phd2/wiki/EventMonitoring , for example: P...
I agree with what Duncan said. I used PHD for quite a few years, since the multi star guider was released I have been using it. The calibration also works much better then the previous versions.
Sounds like you get out about as often as I do! . I'm going to start building an observatory soon, hopefully I'll get more imaging done! BTW prior to AA8 I suggested to Fabio that it would be great if a script could be executed from the sequencer, that would solve your problem.