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  1. Hello, I am using BYN 1.0.5 with a Nikon D800e on windows 10. When I try running BYN I can connect to the camera fine, but when I try to use frame and focus the program crashes. When I try to restart It gets as far as loading the UI then stops again. At that point I need to reboot the PC. I did notice a background worker task still running after it crashes when trying to use live view. I ended that task, but I still need to reboot again to run BYN. I attached the log file for when BYN stops when trying to use frame and focus. Has anyone seen this behavior before? Any Ideas? Cheers! Mike logfile-20160505-22h54m19s651-6724-2016-05-05.txt
  2. I see from the camera grid that mirror lock is not supported is there any plan to support this function at some date? I sometimes shoot the moon ( ) but the short exposure times show faint double imaging. Currently using an ND filter to lengthen the exposures to negate the vibration but the atmospheric turbulence has its go at softening images.... Great piece of software
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