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169 downloadsTake control over your Canon DSLR. Purpose built for astrophotography. There is no separate download for the Trial, Classic, or Premium Edition. Your software activation key will automatically enable the functions you are entitle to. This is commercial software. This download requires a software activation key upon installation. You can find your activation keys in your client area under "My Purchases -> Orders" from the top menu bar. To get your free 30-day trial key you need to add BackyardEOS Trial Edition in your cart and proceed to checkout. This process is necessary to allow the activation server to generate a key. You will not be asked to enter a credit card number during checkout of a free trial key.
Hi, I'm a developer. I just wrote a proxy-system to allow using ascom mounts connected to other machines. Basically ASCOM-over-ip. It lets you run just the drivers and the small proxy program on the (very small) computer at the mount. So fat it seems to work with MaximDL and TheSkyXPro, the only programs I've tried. I would like to start working on ASCOM cameras next. If BYN/BYE uses ASCOM commands, I would love to play with it. So a few questions 1. Does this sound interesting to anybody? 2. If so, will you ship the driver as a separate install? I can't install BYN/BYE on every machine for the simple reason that I would need some machines without it to make sure it really worked. If this sounds interesting to anyone, let me know. I know and use BYN and would love to be able to get rid of virtually all usb wire clutter and/or long lines going inside during the winter. Just place a stick computer or NUC computer right on the mount or eyepiece table and run everything to it. From there, the equipment is controlled remotely over wi, on computers running the reall programs. No need for larger computers that can support VPN/RAS solutions. Thanks
Hi, I have the following config: SW ED80, Canon 600D(w/BYE), 2x barlow, 9mm ep apparent Magnifications below ..... ED80 = 12x ED80 + 2x barlow = 24x ED80 + 9mm ep = 66x ED80 + 2x + 9mm = 122x or 130x ED80 + 3.75mm ep = 160x (theoretical limit for the scope) ED80 + 9mm + BYE(5x) = 330x ?? ED80 + 2x + 9mm + BYE(5x) = 650x ?? Could you comment on the last 2 statements above regarding BYE with 5x zoom and the calculated numbers. (This is a magic product. Could not do without it). But I would like to understand the effect of the 5x zoom option/feature in the Planetary tab in terms of resulting magnification. Thanks for your time