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Sharpcap Lunar Primer

Postby Dion » Sat Jan 22, 2011 2:29 am

This one is intended for the total beginner, to introduce sharpcap and to get you on the way to your first image. In the video, I state there is a way to tell if your switch is not in the 'non lx' position in sharpcap. If your 'exposure' slider doesn't work in sharpcap, chances are you have the switch in LX mode as exposure is the same as shutter speed, therefore the camera is looking for shutter speed control from your serial cable.



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