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stefan445566

Settings for EOS RP

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Hello,

when I use the EOSRP with a EF200mm lens BYE controls the camera and everythig is fine.

When I connect to a telescope BYE isn't able to control the camera. Capturing stops after ~1second.

I tried different seetings, but without success. What seetings (also on the camrea?) are necessary for it?

 

thx and all the best Stefan

 

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We really need more details.

What settings have you changed that made no difference?

What version of BYE are you using?

What screen are you on when you take the image? Frame and Focus or Imaging?

What exposure duration are you trying to shoot? BULB or Tv?

Are you saving images to the PC only?  Both? Camera Only?

Are you shooting JPG, RAW, Both? also saving TIF?

BYE uses the Canon SDK to communicate with and control the camera. If you save to the camera only the SDK does not support a way for BYE to know that the camera is done storing the previous image and is ready to start a new image. This can cause BYE to abort a capture plan after one image. Try saving to the PC only.

Thanks.

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If it works with a lens and not without a lens you probably have an in-camera setting re: auto focus.

As mention above, please provide more detail, you were very vague on the camera settings.

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