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BackyardNikon 1:1 Pixel Live view? D7100

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Hi.

 

So I recently donloaded the trail version of BYN to see if I could do some planetary AP with my D7100. I was under the impression that while in Live View mode unde the planetary tab, it would crop the image to the centre 640*480 pixels of the sensor. However after testing, it just takes a full frame image at 640*480, and its rather blurry.

I cant seem to figure out whats wrong, it has a 5x frame in the middle where its meant to record but it just doesnt?

 

The program seems great but at this rate I will have to go out and buy a canon.

 

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Dan

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Hi Dan,

 

BYN v1 does not support live view zoom.  It is not that it is not possible, I just that was not able to make work before v1 release.  It should come in a future release.  I'll admit that I have not had any time to work on this feature at all since initial release.

 

Regards,

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Hi Dan,

 

BYN v1 does not support live view zoom.  It is not that it is not possible, I just that was not able to make work before v1 release.  It should come in a future release.  I'll admit that I have not had any time to work on this feature at all since initial release.

 

Regards,

Ok Thanks for the info and sorry for taking so long to reply. When do you think that this feature will be implimented?

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