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ASI120Mini Guide Issue SM 1.7.7

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I have 3 ASI cameras and trying to get Trains setup for them in StellarMate 1.7.7

The cameras are a 533MC and 1600MM with the 120mini as the guide camera.

Setting up the guide camera in the Optical Train for each camera and selecting the Camera and take a picture works as expected.

however, the guide tab image is not showing the 120mini but is showing either the Primary or Secondary camera, whichever is selected.

I can set the 120mini as a main camera, removing from guide setup and it works fine.


Last edit: 8 months 3 weeks ago by Steve Crossman.
8 months 3 weeks ago #93275
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Hello Steve,
you got it a little wrong with the optical trains... .
You should create on Train for the imaging part and one for the guiding part like:
Imaging: Mount,Imaging Camera, Imaging Scope, Filter Wheel, focuser
Guiding: Mount, Guiding Camera, Guide Scope, Guider== Mount if Pulse Guiding, Guider == Guidecam if ST4 .


Hope this helps...

Regards

Dirk
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Typical of me to get it wrong, but I couldn't find documentation on it.

I have two imaging camera which both use the min for guiding, all on the same mount, Two imaging scopes and one guide scope.

I am not following how to setup each.

Is there documentation on the setup procedure?

Thanks for your help.
Last edit: 8 months 3 weeks ago by Steve Crossman.
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I think I got it now.

thanks for the nudge in the right direction!
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