QSI cameras are supported by all popular astronomy image acquisition and image processing applications. See the Accessory Page for details. On the configuration screen, I was faced with this monster: Derek Edited April 4, by Physopto. Posted April 4, edited.

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So I expect it is really for other cameras. This huge project was completed in late Juneand is now the standard for general use.

I still fail to see why ‘Wait ascoom Cooldown Try to select the best ascoom for the type of issue. This is really not right. Most of you don’t need to know what’s going on inside the Platform. This provisional standard is currently under development and thus is subject to evolutionary change. I sometimes get a completely white camera view. Never had to look at that.

Unfortunately its a bit slow. When first opened it had ‘Wait for Cooldown before exposure’ – which cannot be correct since the Lodestar is not cooled. QSI cameras are supported by all popular astronomy image acquisition and image processing applications. You are right about the bad feelings shown on that forum.

It is well suited for both simple scripting, and more sophisticated imaging application development. QSI provides robust Application Programming Interfaces API for both Windows and Linux environments, enabling commercial customers and end users to write their own custom camera control applications. If you’d like to download a beta version of Nebulosity you can do so from the Stark Labs Pre-Release page.


After installing software release 5. I found a fix for this- just run the installer over the top again so it might be a PHD2 corruption issue somewhere. You must be running TheSkyX Professional version The new ASCOM interface for video is now available for both video hardware vendors and client software vendors. Ascok cameras are supported on the Macintosh by 3rd party applications.

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If you are reasonably certain that you have found a bug, you can report it and file a ticket for it to be fixed. It works with almost all microscopes, cameras and peripherals on the market, and provides an easy to use interface that lets you run your microscopy-based experiments.

After installing new drivers, be sure to update any required plug-ins for your camera control applications. You will need to sign yourself up for an account.

Using the driver with TheSkyX by Software Bisque

Jul 2, With it you can create and execute complex imaging sequences and perform fast “frame and focus” routines with support for fast download and “draggable” sub-frames.


You will need to install version 1.

The API is implemented as a shared library providing an easy to use camera object that exposes all of the features and capabilities of the camera.

Thanks to Evan Warkentine for most of these drivers, and to Bob Denny for the mount driver, this project is complete. Register a new account.

MaxIm must be downloaded separately below. Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account asco our community. On the configuration screen, I was faced with this monster: PHD v1 allways just worked. I think they are all up their own backsides and I am not into that, which is why I am here.