Added a feature where you can "slew to" targets as part of the sequence. This is not recommended for precision framing (use the "Center On" for that). This option will simply ask the scope to go to coordinates and not perform any type of plate solve checking.
Fixed a bug that would require telescope connection for park with completed light frames
Fixed a bug where you could not clear the "completed" status of sequences with a single target
The minimum auto focus exposure time for any filter (including no filter) is now 1 second.
Removing support for Meade cameras. Sorry... this is a lot of work right now for a discontinued camera line. We may revisit this later, but it is just causing more frustration for Meade owners than it is worth.
If you have a filter wheel specified, you can no longer start a sequence if events have filter "None" selected (unless we identify a good use case for it).
Added "Rotate camera to" when target starts (tolerance for this rotation is found on the plate solve tab).
New target menu options "Rotate Camera" and "Center and Rotate Camera". Selecting these will rotate the camera to the position specified in the target's settings.
Added a manual rotator device. If you select this device, you will be prompted to rotate your camera if it does not meet the specified rotation angle. After rotation, the angle will be verified. This process takes place during target centering (if you have the rotation option checked) or during a manual camera rotation (by right clicking the target)
Creation of mosaic sequences now allows for automatic population of camera angle in the target's settings
Rotator support is now integrated with the sequence (and centering routines).
If you connect a Nikon camera without a shoestring shutter adapter, SGPro will automatically convert all exposure times to 30 sec (regardless of user requested input)
Support for TEMPerHUM devices has been added (we don't support TEMPer devices yet). You can access this data under the tools menu "TEMPerHUM data". In addition, you can specify that you would prefer to use TEMPerHUM temperature data for focus triggers. This will override use of the onboard focus controller temperature. This can be accesses in the control panel->focus->Other button.
Added temperature data for Canon cameras. This data is retrieved from the file so it is only updated on file download (post exposure). It will be added to FITS headers if you are capturing FITS data.
Can now use Astrometry.NET as a primary solver (ideally a local version)
Better logging for Alnitak flat boxes
Removed Elbrus Installer from SGPro. We will still continue to support the standalone version.
Adding warning if you are attempting to use Elbrus without running SGPro as an administrator
Initial implementation for Nikon DSLR cameras. Not all DSLRs are supported, but if your Nikon can be controlled by a computer it should be supported. Most cameras will require a shoestring shutter control adapter in order to expose for longer than 30 seconds. Some of the more expensive models support exposures greater than 30 seconds over USB. If you don't have an adapter you are still more than welcome to give it a try just to verify compatibility. Live view is supported for cameras that have it. Currently, SGPro only supports FITS files (does not save RAW NEF files). The following camera models will be supported: D200, D3, D3S, D3X, D300, D300S, D4, D40, D5000, D5100, D5200, D60, D600, D700, D7000, D7100, D80, D800/D800E, D90
Initial implementation of ASCOM Rotator support. In the "Other" tab in the control panel or the module window, you can move the focuser to a position between 0 and 359 PA. Additionally, "Scope Syncs" will use the solved angle to sync the rotator.
A non-functional "rotate to when sequence starts" options has been placed in sequence settings
Better logging for Alnitak flip flats
Support for Meade DSI cameras has been removed
An attempt to fix dialog boxes that appear behind other windows.