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I'm getting an error as soon as I try to use the camera. It connects OK, but as soon as I try to take an image during imaging, or enter planetary or F&F modes, it locks up on me. I have used this camera many times successfully with BYE before, last time used was on 1/9/2019. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

Camera: Canon T6s

OS: Windows 10 x64 build 17134

BYE Version: 3.1.16 Premium

logfile-[20190120-21h44m22s997]-[6664]-2019-01-20.txt

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I am imaging with a telescope.

The first post asked whether or not live view was working on the camera screen, so I went and checked...

....no it's not. I've tried factory reset on the camera and ensuring live view is enabled. While the log I posted occurred when I tried live fire, the same goes when I take a picture from the imaging screen. I disconnected the camera from the computer and tried to snap a picture locally.... It freezes.

So....it would appear that my camera is broken... Which is weird because I just used it last week and it's been sitting on the scope the entire time.

Thanks to those that responded!

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