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This is probably a question for Software Bisque, but I thought Guylain or some other expert might be able to tell me what's going on. Hardware involved is a Software Bisque MyT mount, a 60Da and a Lenovo laptop. The problem described below occured with both BYE 3.1.13 and 3.1.16.
I was out last night photographing with my 60Da and BYE. The 60Da was connected through the MyT control panel bridge, so that the mount and the 60Da shared the final connection to my laptop. Windows 10 Home April Update 1830 had just installed itself on my laptop. During that session, I couldn't set Frame & Focus at an ISO higher than 1600 although I could pick any ISO up to 6400 on the Image Capture screen. (I normally Frame & Focus at 6400 to compose and get a sense of proper exposures, then stop down to 1600 to shoot.) I tried setting the ISO to 6400 manually, by disconnecting the 60Da from BYE (but leaving BYE still running) but the control window on the 60DA said "busy", and I couldn't make the change so I just used the 1600 ISO.
Today, I connected the laptop and the 60Da with a separate USB cable and bypassed the mount bridge and Frame & Focus let me select ISO 6400. I then reconnected it through the mount bridge and Frame & Focus wouldn't go above 1600. Finally, I disconnected the 60Da from the laptop and was able to manually set the camera to ISO 6400. After that BYE Frame & Focus let me select ISO 6400.
Before the Windows 10 April update I could Frame and Focus with ISO 6400.
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