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Camera help: Shooting the moon

(Topic created: 11-27-2023 01:37 AM)
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Veets
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I need advice to take a picture through a telescope. I set the camera.on manual focus, and almost get a clear shot of the moon, then the camera trys to adjust the image. It shifts the image out of center and then throws the focus off. When i center the image again, and just about get it focused, it shifts again. I.assume it's the A.I. trying to optomize my shot. Any suggestions for how to remedy this remedy? Is there a way to set the camera on dumb? Thanks
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userKVxk4y4AmO
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You need a special attachment to do this. You can get one from Celestron--or check with your telescope's maker.
Veets
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Thanks for the help. Most likely costs more than the telescope, but I will check that out.
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TipsyTrex
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The camera is switching between the different lenses on the back, probably its getting confused on if it's focusing on something close or far away. You can disable this in the goodlock apps camera assistant module.
Veets
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Goodlocks app? I am downloading that today. Appreciate the help.
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