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  1. The 183GT COLOR version would be very interesting, and you could deliver them already in "Usually shipped 20-25 working days." ? https://www.firstlightoptics.com/zwo-cameras/zwo-asi-183gt-usb-30-cooled-mono-camera-with-internal-filter-wheel.html
  2. Hi BLINKY, see the answer from alexwolf, and he did insert already a link " see below ", in that link you will find a google drive link where you can find the installation file. https://github.com/Stellarium/stellarium/issues/406 Works for me !! Cheers Martin
  3. Hello Dave, I did never have to think about such a problem, but did you ever see if ASCOM ALPACA could deliver a solution for your problem ?? https://ascom-standards.org/Developer/Alpaca.htm Astronomy programs and devices to be connected across Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. Observatory systems to include programs and devices on multiple platforms Devices that can operate via WiFi or Ethernet and avoid the problems with USB Interoperability between astronomy programs and devices running under different operating systems Implementation of astronomy programs and device control logic written in different languages on different operating systems Current unmodified Windows astronomy programs to use ASCOM compatible devices connected to any networked PC or other platform via Alpaca, or a self-contained Alpaca device. Current unmodified Windows-resident devices (mounts, focusers, etc.) to be used by astronomy programs running on networked PCs, Macs, and mobile devices that use Alpaca for device communications. Cheers Martin
  4. And tested ASCOM on Stellarium, and that works also very well..
  5. Both Links works very good. copy and paste matter..
  6. I am always downloading and using the Version 1.10 NIGHTLY #0XX ( my last used version is 1.10.16) and I did not encounter any issues.. Cheers Martin
  7. You are welcome souls33k3r.. I " hope " it will work for you also.. Good luck Martin
  8. Hello souls33k3r Could the article below help ?? http://forum.mainsequencesoftware.com/t/succesful-cem60-meridian-flip/1743 Cheers Martin
  9. Hello bendiddley I did spend a while to figure out how to get the TILT issue solved, I have a software for that, where I can adjust the TILT while the CCD is taking images ( which is a very frustrating process ) or you take a picture and see how the TILT looks like ( in the software ) and adjust the TILT ADAPTER's screw on SVCM25C and take another one and so on, until you have happy with the results.. Here is an image taken with the SXV M25C ( 53x 60 seconds ) with no DARK and no FLAT. Cheers Martin https://www.astrobin.com/389518/0/?nc=user Cheers Martin
  10. Hi bendiddley, you mean TILTING ?? ohh yes, I have the same problems, but the SXV M25C has a built in TILTING ADAPTER.. you need to play with the screws, until you have tilt solved..
  11. By the way, I have the same CCD " SXV M25C " guess it is the even older one, and that is one my best COLOR CCD's I have, it has no COOLING, but the images are still stunning.. Good luck Martin
  12. Hello bendiddley, Debayering needs to be done after image calibration Darks, Flats, Bias " if you have any " but before stacking the images, in DSS at the bottom of the list of options on the left, you'll see an option setting for Raw/FITS DeBayering, hence DSS should also be to debayer.
  13. And N.I.N.A supports also PHD2 Guiding.. " by the way " and also ASCOM is supported by N.I.N.A + FOCUS " automated + manual " . regards Martin
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