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PAB64

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428ex and SGPro
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2020, 04:01:55 pm »
Good afternoon everyone,

I'm going to start using my Atik 428EX CCD camera with SGPro again and want to ask some questions.

What is the recommended cool down temperature for this camera?
I have noticed that I have two instances of Atik camera drivers in the drop-down menu. Which one should I use?
Has anybody had any success with doing mosaics of large objects using the tools in SGP?
Paul.


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Serious problems with Horizon - no image
« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2020, 06:04:40 pm »
By delivery my Atik Horizon was faulty - took a full astro season to get it repaired.
Was stupid enough to get the Atik Horizon II.

Run Windows 10 and get a black image screen and no histogram information after one or a few runs. Have to remove and reinstall the core software to get the camera up and running again - for a short while only. Then the same happens - over and over again.

Others here having serious trouble with the Horizon and a image screen turning black?
Any solutions out there?

Atik claims there is no problems with the software...

Feldhusen

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Serious problems with Horizon - no image
« Reply #4 on: November 25, 2020, 06:15:43 pm »
Got the Atik Horizon a while ago - a defect one - got robbed for one astro season before it got fixed.
Was stupid enough to get the Atik Horizon II.

Use Windows 10 and Atik software. After a few runs the image window turns black and there is no histogram information.
Have to remove and reinstall the core software to get the camers up and running - for a short while. Then the same happens over and over again.

Anyone with similar problems out there?
Any solution?

Atik claims the software works as advertized.

Michael S

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Live Broadcast YouTube Log-in Crashing Software
« Reply #5 on: November 29, 2020, 04:20:46 am »
I am trying the Live Broadcast feature on Infinity for the first time and having issues. Any help would be appreciated.

I click on Live Broadcast and the Broadcast window opens. Once I click the YouTube option, the log-in button appears. Once clicked, the program immediately crashes This happens whether a camera is attached or not. I do have a verified YouTube channel, but this would not be the issue as the software crashes prior to any actual log-in. Using a 16mb, 4 core, i7 processor so I should be fine processor-speed wise.

Let me know your thoughts... Thank you.

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Issues with Live Broadcast - Crashing Infinity when logging int
« Reply #6 on: November 29, 2020, 07:59:23 am »
I am hoping to provide a live-feed of the Great Conjunction next month to our local astronomy community and trying the Live Broadcast feature on Infinity for the first time. Unfortunately, I am having some issues. Any help would be appreciated.

I click on Live Broadcast and the Broadcast window opens. Once I click the YouTube option, the log-in button appears. Once clicked, the program immediately crashes. This happens whether the camera is attached or not. I do have a verified YouTube channel, but this would not be the issue as the software crashes prior to any actual log-in. I am using Windows 10 on a laptop with a 16Mb of RAM, a quad-core i7 processor so I should be fine processor-wise.

Let me know your thoughts... Thank you.

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FSQ106ED > TAK QE 0.73X F/R > ATIK 16200M
« Reply #7 on: November 29, 2020, 01:32:44 pm »
Hi everyone...

Recently picked up a hardly used Atik 16200m and a new EFW3. Hope to use the Christmas break to hook everything up and test.

Currently use the Tak focal reducer with an SBIG STF8300m and an old TruTech wheel with Baader 2" mounted filters.

Toying with the idea of still using the F/R and would like some advice on the best adapters to use to get to the required 72.2mm back focus (or 72.9mm if I add 0.7mm for the Baader 2mm thick filters).

1) Attaching the filter wheel direct to the camera (minus the front plate 34.5mm) = 38.4mm spacer required.

2) Leaving the camera plate attached (41.5mm) = 31.4mm spacer required.

Any suggestions (plus a link would be helpful !), or a link to a European (or UK) maker of such things...?

Thanks in advance,

Damian

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FSQ106ED > TAK QE 0.73X F/R > ATIK 16200M
« Reply #8 on: November 29, 2020, 01:35:14 pm »
Hi everyone...

Recently picked up a hardly used Atik 16200m and a new EFW3. Hope to use the Christmas break to hook everything up and test.

Currently use the Tak focal reducer with an SBIG STF8300m and an old TruTech wheel with Baader 2" mounted filters.

Toying with the idea of still using the F/R and would like some advice on the best adapters to use to get to the required 72.2mm back focus (or 72.9mm if I add 0.7mm for the Baader 2mm thick filters).

1) Attaching the filter wheel direct to the camera (minus the front plate 34.5mm) = 38.4mm spacer required.

2) Leaving the camera plate attached (41.5mm) = 31.4mm spacer required.

Any suggestions (plus a link would be helpful !), or a link to a European (or UK) maker of such things...?

Thanks in advance,

Damian

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FSQ106ED - TAK QE 0.73X FR - ATIK 16200M
« Reply #9 on: November 29, 2020, 01:39:04 pm »
Hi everyone...

Recently picked up a hardly used Atik 16200m and a new EFW3. Hope to use the Christmas break to hook everything up and test.

Currently use the Tak focal reducer with an SBIG STF8300m and an old TruTech wheel with Baader 2" mounted filters.

Toying with the idea of still using the F/R and would like some advice on the best adapters to use to get to the required 72.2mm back focus (or 72.9mm if I add 0.7mm for the Baader 2mm thick filters).

1) Attaching the filter wheel direct to the camera (minus the front plate 34.5mm) = 38.4mm spacer required.

2) Leaving the camera plate attached (41.5mm) = 31.4mm spacer required.

Any suggestions (plus a link would be helpful !), or a link to a European (or UK) maker of such things...?

Thanks in advance,

Damian

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Serious problems with Horizon - no image
« Reply #10 on: December 04, 2020, 11:25:58 am »
Have an Atik 490ex. Works ok.
Got an Atik Horizon - did not work on arrival, a loose USB plug had to be replaced (took about six months, am not impressed).
Running Windows, have tried different PCs, cables and power supplies. Same outcome.
Got the Atik Horizon II. Disaster.
The camera stops feeding images after a short while. Have to remove AND reinstall the software to get it working again. For a short period. Then the camera stop feeding images. Same thing over and over again.
And ShapCap? Works when the camera feed images in Dusk. Does NOT work when the camera does not feed images in Dusk. Have to remove AND reinstall the core software to get the camera up and running for a short while - just to beback on square one.
Atik says the software is ok.
Anyone out there who can help?

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