Well I thought I had my plate solve issues worked out. The few plate solves I did last night worked perfectly.
However tonight has been "Please check that you have sufficient stars in the image. Enable alignment logging in the setup tab."
No matter how much I change the exposure or the iso this error repeats. However in the image it does produce there are at least 30-50 stars that I can count.
I believe I have all the correct focal length and camera perimeters entered.
In profile editor I have the correct aperture and focal length for the telescope I'm using. It is selected as primary scope.
For the camera in image setting I have the necessary info updated via the "set" box to the right.
However in image info, the set box to the right WILL NOT let me update the parameters.
The other thing that seems off is in the Solution Coordinates (JNow) box it has the correct focal length, but it says 431.8' x 183.2' for calculated field of view which doesnt make sense
If I use an online field of view calculator it has my field of view as 1.4 degrees by 56.3'. I've tried a couple online calculators and the spit out the same info.
Camera is a Canon 60da. Link is to the important info: https://www.the-digi...aspx?Camera=736
Scope is a TMB130SS. 130mm with 910mm focal length.
I have the most recent version of Astroberry and I am using StellarSolver to plate solve. Note that the online solve has the same error message.
I tried to log it but I cannot find the log files.
thanks for your help!