The other evening I tried using NINA for the first time. Couldn't get it to even give an image
All it did was weird out my camera (I think)
I then shut down NINA and connected my G26 camera again using Astro Photography Tool.
(I had been using APT for months now with great success but decided to try NINA)
I noticed when I pointed my red headband light toward the telescope while connected to APT... the image produces a BLUE
light instead of RED. what?? unbelievable.
Now also, when I tried to stack the 10 subs I shot using APT, there was an error message pop up about
the size of calibration frames being different, or channels are different, or something to this effect. So it stopped my process cold right there
also, deep sky stacker would not let me use darks and flats and bias frames I have been using for months with APT.
So I.E. It broke the convenience of using my previous Cal photos when doing my astrophotography as a more streamlined process I have been successful now with....for the last 20 finished photos I have taken
(SAD amateur astronomer here) I am certain I will get over it though
Since APT when south on me Now I am using the Orion image capture software which came with my G26 camera (which actually seems to take cleaner photos than anything I have yet tried!)
Alas, the blue light is gone with the Orion image capture software. However, even after returning the camera to factory defaults, when connecting with APT, it STILL shows blue light on my image for a red light input on my telescope lens.
I simply can not get APT to work again for me now.
I also then downloaded the new version of APT to try and rid myself of this anomaly, you know maybe to reset everything but the Blue light remains....anyone have
any ideas for for to try as I am completely stumped here. I do like APT and would like to return to using this software someday. software is the devil