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#1 greg117

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Posted 18 August 2019 - 01:25 PM

hey question how do i connect up my dslr canon 600d to facebook/youtube so that i can share what im seing thru the telescope to facebook/youtube ect like the moon ect ? ( i have my dsrl attacted to my telescope just trying to find a way to live stream it )  



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Posted 18 August 2019 - 02:58 PM

hey question how do i connect up my dslr canon 600d to facebook/youtube so that i can share what im seing thru the telescope to facebook/youtube ect like the moon ect ? ( i have my dsrl attacted to my telescope just trying to find a way to live stream it )  

lots of options, lots of quality differences based on budget.

 

This is an example of high quality (up to 4K) and realtime viewing:

https://www.youtube....h?v=amGS9o_ItlY

(no endorsement of ideas spoken in videos)

 

Lots more people do this in the EAA section of CN where live viewing is a priority.

 

To narrow the focus of a solution, your best route is determining your setting

  • (mobile v. home observatory),
  • tech available, budget, quality desired,
  • and whether "live stream" to you means pictures or realtime.

Here this guy tethers to computer, stacks, then streams multiple camera feeds.

https://www.youtube....h?v=yjoaTHFPFq8

again, astro-specific applications are found here:

https://www.cloudyni...ost-processing/

 

Could be as simple as a wifi SD card, or all the way up to camera/mount control and HD video feed out HDMI port.

Cheers!


Edited by t_image, 18 August 2019 - 02:59 PM.



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