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I'm trying to set up Stellarium with my cameras (Canon EOS 1300D and a Canon EOS 2000D) and my telescope (Celestron NexStar 127SLT). I think I've found the correct values for everything like focal length and sensor size etc... but the FoV in Stellarium it is different to what I actually see. I've attached screenshots of the settings, as well as the predicted image and an image I captured using the EOS 1300D and the Celestron NexStar 127SLT (it's not very good, I know).
Any help would be much appreciated. (And I apologise if I've posted this in the wrong place - I'm new)
Today we published a fresh weekly snapshot of Stellarium (v0.20.2.18140): https://github.com/Stellarium/stellarium-data/releases/tag/beta
And we need some feedback from users. At the moment we need to know your opinion about changes in 2 plugins - Satellites and Oculars. Of course we'll accept your opinion about changes in other parts of the planetarium too, but those 2 plugins in our focus.
Thanks for your attention and testing.
I've always used the web version, but since I got the telescope I decided to install the full desktop version. I managed to save my setup and eyepieces etc.
Things that I unable to save and not sure whether I should be able to:
- start in Windowed mode
- fixed both settings and viewing bars bottom left corner
- Object information - I set my 'Customised' options, but after relaunching the app they are lost_
- basic stuff like date format, start-up time (default to 10pm)
- I think I can say that NONE of the Configuration [F2] settings save
- Sky and viewing options window [F4] - NONE of the options changed here save between sessions
The only thing that saves is .. my location.
Am I missing a plugin, some sort of trick to save those, should I reinstall or does Stellarium simply not save these F2 and F4 settings between sessions?
is there any plugin or setting that can (more) accurately depict views through an eyepiece?
I'm aware of the oculars, but what I'm after is the shimmer of the planets, dimming of DSOs when using smaller scopes, planetary detail dependent on telescope size etc.