Hi all, I don’t have a camera rotator so I usually rotate it manually.
What I noticed though is that in Mosaic & Frame the orientation is not always correct. I always set orientation to 0 degrees, as I start with my camera straight, and I would expect that when drawing the rectangle I’m seeing the real orientation.
Instead for example yesterday it was 90 degrees off. All slewing/centering worked well as usual (using PlateSolve2), but would be nice if Mosaic&Frame would give me a correct orientation so I can rotate my camera before.
Am I missing something? I use SGP with a normal HEQ5 and Skywatcher Esprit100 triplet with Nikon D750, so should be pretty simple for SGP to show me the object in that moment with the correct rotation that I’ll have?
I saw on forum that there’s a way SGP will tell me how much I need to rotate the camera, but I think more useful is to actually see myself how is at the moment (with no rotation)? Is probably simple but I’m missing something