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John Wunderlin
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Re: Dark frames temperature ? new [Re: jgraham]
      #5612349 - 01/08/13 05:16 PM

How do you check the sensor temp in your DSLR? Is that an option on some cameras?

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bouffetout
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Re: Dark frames temperature ? new [Re: jgraham]
      #5612359 - 01/08/13 05:23 PM

40C sensor temperature,of course ,I knew that...
I din't know that it was possible to see at what temperature my sensor is...I have a Canon T3 ,I hope I have that function ,I will look to find it !
Thanks !
Maxx


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guyroch
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Re: Dark frames temperature ? new [Re: John Wunderlin]
      #5612466 - 01/08/13 06:29 PM

Quote:

How do you check the sensor temp in your DSLR? Is that an option on some cameras?




John,

The temperature is stored in every .cr2 files.

You can use exiftool to extract the data... or you can use software to automatically add the sensor temperature in your image .cr2 file name at acquisition time if you're using a laptop to acquire your images. I wonder who makes such software

Guylain


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bouffetout
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Re: Dark frames temperature ? new [Re: guyroch]
      #5612501 - 01/08/13 06:47 PM

There is a program called frontyardSOE I think does that...
I need that program


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guyroch
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Re: Dark frames temperature ? [Re: bouffetout]
      #5612589 - 01/08/13 07:41 PM

Quote:

There is a program called frontyardSOE I think does that...
I need that program




Yeah that's the one, LOL
You're not going to win the spelling bee contest that's for sure

LOL

Guylain


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Re: Dark frames temperature ? new [Re: guyroch]
      #5613614 - 01/09/13 12:14 PM

haha, good laugh I love BackyardEOS, its my remote and more!

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Re: Dark frames temperature ? new [Re: Magellan]
      #5614007 - 01/09/13 04:17 PM

+1 on BackyardEOS. Once I started fiddling with the issue of temperature matching I set it up to include the sensor temperature with each file name. Fantabulous program!

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