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Astronomy equipment Discussion board / Re: Sony FE Lens
« Last post by ZY on April 20, 2018, 05:58:11 pm »
Hi,

Which camera do you have? 

ZY
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QHYCCD Standard Software Q&A / Re: Old QHY8 Camera and drivers
« Last post by Bianchina3 on April 20, 2018, 07:59:00 am »
Thanks for the quick response (as always).

Let me be more specific. 

I currently have a Windows 10 computer that is running camera on Nebulosity 4.  No problems.  I am setting up a new computer (Intel CompuStick (ICS) running Win10) to remotely image.  When I plug the camera into the ICS it will not recognize the camera as a camera but rather as an unknown device.  If I run the driver (any of the QHY8 drivers) from the web site it will recognize the camera as an astro imaging device.  When I go to Nebulosity and select any of the QHY8 (QHY8L, QHY8P or QHYPro) the programs says no camera found.  I have tried completely uninstalling the device and removing all of the drivers and repeating.

I know I have had this problem in the past since my current computer was also set up from scratch but I can't figure out/remember what I did to solve the issue.  When I look at the driver on the old computer the date is from 2010.  I am not in front of the old computer right now but I can get more info if needed.  Also my camera is technically the QHY453 but I don't think that makes a difference for you. 

Thanks for the help.

Ed
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QHYCCD Standard Software Q&A / Re: Old QHY8 Camera and drivers
« Last post by QinXiaoXu on April 20, 2018, 03:59:26 am »
Hi,

Did you try to connect camera to another computer?

Best Regards
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QHYCCD Standard Software Q&A / Re: Old QHY8 Camera and drivers
« Last post by QinXiaoXu on April 20, 2018, 02:08:29 am »
Hi,
    Do you mean your computer can't find your camera?You can't see your camera in device manager after you connect camera to computer,right?
Best Regards,
QinXiaoXu
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QHYCCD Standard Software Q&A / Old QHY8 Camera and drivers
« Last post by Bianchina3 on April 19, 2018, 08:07:41 pm »
I am setting up a new computer and am having all kinds of trouble installing the drivers for my old QHY8 (2008 version).  I cannot seem to get the correct drivers loaded.  All of the current drivers do not work.  I know I have solved this problem before but can't figure it out again.  I use Nebulaosity 4 and I also want to use ASCOM control as well.

Can anyone help?  I am desperate!

Ed
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Astronomy equipment Discussion board / Re: QHY12 OSC gain
« Last post by Europa on April 19, 2018, 10:30:39 am »
whether the surrounding is changed?
sorry, didnít get any notification of a response...no, no change in surroundings...BUT, I was using EZCAP for my messurements for the settings. It doesnít seem to work. I ended up using Nebulosity and iím Back to my original settings.
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That is correct - when I select subframe at start it will show normal offset level. However if I deselect subframe then it goes again to level over 4000ADU and does not want to go back to low level :(
Hi,
    I'm sorry for my late reply,here is a new library,you can download it and replace old library to check if it can solve your issue.
Best Regards,
QinXiaoXu
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QHYCCD Standard Software Q&A / Re: Sub Frame Problem
« Last post by rwstanley on April 18, 2018, 04:31:15 pm »
Thank you Qin, works perfect!

-Ron
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Astronomical Photography / Rosette Nebula with QHY168C and Halpha filter
« Last post by Susaron on April 18, 2018, 04:55:25 am »
Dear all,

Last Easter I was able to get out a day with some low soaring clouds and full Moon. The idea was to test the behavior of the QHY168C in narrowband with an Optolong Halpha 12nm filter.

The frame is a stack of 20x120s unguided subs at Gain 5, Offset 60, Temp 2ļC ( I did not use the cooling only the moving fan), only 30 bias applied.

The post-processing was done with Pix, it is a little bit forces as I am still on the learning path.
In brief I am very satisfied with the sensitivity of the camera, though I appreciate some noise in the background may be due to the readout noise and the fact of shooting with low gain and short exposures.

Best Regards.
Mario.
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Astronomical Photography / Re: NGC7635 - Bubble Nebula - QHY168C
« Last post by Susaron on April 18, 2018, 04:47:41 am »
Which set up did you use Gain/Offset/Temp?

Cheers.
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