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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?
While performing some Planetary Imaging of Jupiter earlier this week, I had occasion to start using the new "True" LiveView Pause in both Frame&Focus and Planetary. I run with "Max Sensitivity" - for the obvious reasons. But, while working with Jupiter, it is Bright Enough that I need only 1/40sec at 400ISO. So, I set both Frame&Focus and Planetary Exposure Plans to that setting. Then, I found that whenever I used Pause (to save on LiveView Sensor Heating - it was 45*F Ambient instead of the 0*F that some of you are fighting), when I "Un-Paused" the Exposure Plan would immedi
Even though there are the Large "Play" / "Pause" buttons in the lower-right during the LiveView-enabled Modes, the actual LiveView status is confusing if you don't have enough Motion/Noise in the Image Display to actually confirm whether the DSLR Sensor is "Active" or "Paused" (and hence "Cooling" or "Building-up Heat"). When an AVI is being Captured, the Progress Wheel is displayed (although it states "Busy" in a confusing manner for Planetary Capture), but at other times in these Modes it is dimmed/unused. Posting the actual LiveView Status to the Progress Center would be an unmistak