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For the case of two cameras on one mount (maybe one wide field and one narrow, or two different filters) could we have an option for camera 2 start (each image) capture to be slaved to camera 1?
As long as camera 2's exposure was <= camera 1 that would get us around the dither problem.
I guess it would actually be the start of mirror lock.
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