Re: Possible defective unit - SOLVED! #iEXOS-100
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Thanks James, the pulses in the movements of the image when doing lunar planetary imaging at magnification is exactly what I am seeing also.
Is there any way this can be minimized without having to remove it with an additional step in post-processing?
On Sat., Sep. 19, 2020, 10:25 a.m. James Ball, <jedijeb@...> wrote:
I really like that video Jennifer. My iEXOS-100 has always made that hissing sound from the control area and I wondered if it was normal, now I see it is. I haven't noticed that drastic of a change between firmware but I have always heard the pulsing sound when it is tracking. When doing high magnification planetary and Lunar imaging you can actually see the pulses in the movement of the image as it tracks, they time perfectly with the pulses heard from the control boards.
Mounts: iExos 100, Skyguider Pro
Scopes/Lenses: Main/Orion 80mm, DSLR/Tamron 18-400mm lens, guide/ZWO-340A
Cameras: Canon T2i DSLR, ZWO120MM (guide)
Utility Software: iPolar (for Skyguider polar alignment), iCap, Explorestars, Canon EOS Utility
Image Processing Software: Photoshop