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We are the Borg, what does, "blink on display" do?

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The function blink on display is unchecked in my advanced features dialog.  

At any rate, here's my dual imaging set up and 11 hrs from a red zone over three nights.  Dual sv105Ts and D5300 and D5500. Halpha mods with IDAS filters.  Full resolution horsehead neb.   Dual imaging so much easier with BYN plus dithering!!!! Thanks BYN!

V 2 horse head

 

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I think you're the first to ask this question, lol.

When a new image is displayed it will blink once just before being displayed.  This is a visual cue only indicating that a new image has been displayed. 

This is useful since our images are almost all identical throughout the night and sometimes it is hard to discern if the new image has been displayed or not; especially when you click a few images from the thumbnail strip. 

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