This is true for all sensors configured in my instance of Stellarium (currently 0.20.0.1 Windows 64b). Tried a fresh install on a different PC with default sensors - same story.
Either I got confused somewhere or missing something or it's a bug or a feature.
If a sensor is configured like so (default):
Resolution X: long side e.g. 6000 pixels
Resolution Y: short side e.g. 4000 pixels
Chip width : long side e.g. 24 mm
Chip height : short side e.g. 16 mm
Then the sensor frame shown in Stellarium is rotated by -90 degrees with respect to what I actually get on my camera.
So, I have to tell Stellarium to rotate the sensor by -90 degrees or configure the sensor like so:
Resolution X: short side e.g. 4000 pixels
Resolution Y: long side e.g. 6000 pixels
Chip width : short side e.g. 16 mm
Chip height : long side e.g. 24 mm
Stellarium rotated (matches the actual image):
Is this just me?
Image: modded Nikon D5500 with IDAS LPS-D1 filter. Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 @ 75 mm. Rosette and Christmas Tree/Cone.
Edited by maxsid, 02 April 2020 - 12:30 AM.