INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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Peter Polakovic
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Re: INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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Crash in image control panel widget fixed, deadlock in ASI CCD driver fixed:

http://download.cloudmakers.eu/AstroImager_3.10_448.dmg
http://download.cloudmakers.eu/AstroDSLR_3.10_448.dmg
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Re: INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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Peter,

3.10.453 is working awesome! My camera (Atik), filterwheel (Atik), and focuser (Moonlite) all work great. There is a quarky issue with the cooler control. When selecting the temperature, all is good. However, at the end of the session when I select "off" the temperature remains unchanged. My work around is to select 0 as the temperature (which works fine). I attached my log.

Thanks,

Michael
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Re: INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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Thank you for your report Michael. It looks, that some error is reported by underlaying SDK when cooler is turned off, I'll check with Atik what's wrong. Peter
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Re: INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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So it was a driver bug :(

Atik warm-up fixed:
http://download.cloudmakers.eu/AstroImager_3.12_457.dmg
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Re: INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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I think that did the trick! Thanks for your help.

Michael
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Re: INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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Compatibility with Nikon Z 6/7 with firmware 2.0 fixed:

http://download.cloudmakers.eu/AstroDSLR_3.12_459.dmg
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Re: INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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Hi,

I am not sure if this has been addresses (this thread is pretty long...), but tonight I tried for the first time to connect my rig through an INDIGO server on a Raspberry Pi, and I could not figure out if there are drivers for Canon DSLR.

I got my SAAG camera going through AstroGuider, but no driver seemed to allow me to provide AstroDSLR with a service to my imaging camera.
Is the driver available?

thx!
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Re: INDIGO AstroImager & AstroDSLR

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Hi, the server for Canon on RPi INDIGO Server is called "Gphoto2 Camera". There is no ICA on linux, so libgphoto2 is used as base framework. Peter
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