cgmiller wrote: I have added my 2 preview files to Dropbox so you can see them as well.
I'll add that I'm running this on a RPi 4 with 4GB Ram as well. I've also tried Disabling both the FITS Viewer & the DSLR Image Viewer and the crash still happens at the same point.
If I change the FORMAT in the Capture Module to NATIVE - it works fine - even with the Viewers still enabled. This is only an issue if the Capture Format is set to FITS. So I have a temporary workaround in my case, but I'd love to be able to capture in FITS instead.
Thanks for the replies already & for the work to review the issue!
jerry wrote: Sorry I can't add more useful suggestions, but...
I use a Nikon Z7 (full frame 8256 x 5504 pixels) on an Odroid-N2 with 4 G RAM. It seems to me over a year or so, the only way I can reliably capture images is to turn on the "Limited Resources" mode. Having done that I can still view and zoom into images with the Fits Viewer. Each fits file captured is 90.9 M. My previous experience would suggest that Debayering would certainly kill it eventually.The camera of course, is in Manual mode and I'm saving in Fits format.
About 2 weeks ago, I believe I <em>naively</em> let a system update run that trashed my 20.04 Ubuntu Mate. No USB devices were recognized, even the Samsung T5 SSD. So I re-imaged the computer (see My notes )
So now I'm on Release 20.04.2 LTS (Focal Fossa) 64-bit, Kernel Linux 4.9.241-109 aarch64, MATE 1.24.0, but <strong>haven't had any clear weather</strong> to test the new installation yet.