Updating d600 firmware

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Fixed a problem with setting minimum exposure duration on basic camera plug-ins. Fixed a problem with scope auto-center calibration. SBIG: Fixed AO premature exposure termination, spectroscopy binning in SBIG Universal, and clock synchronization in TDI mode. Observatory: Major revision to the underlying algorithms for pier flip and slew limits. No longer attempts post-slew exposure if no camera connected. Fixed an intermittent crash in the tracking error graph. Fixed a problem on all DSLR drivers with potential crash on binning or readout mode changes. Camera Control: Fixed some issues with camera operation in multithreaded mode.

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It helps me keep adding to this free website when you get your things through these links — but I receive nothing for my efforts if you buy elsewhere. The slight differences in some specifications are used to try to help upsell rich people into the more expensive 5D Mark III; they aren't significant. No, I'm not going to waste your time showing side-by-side shots. The lack of an auto brightness control on the LCD is a luxury on the 5D Mark III that once sampled, becomes a necessity.

Technical image quality is extraordinary and the same as the 5D Mark III; megapixels mean nothing today, and the 6D looks great even shot at ISO 25,600. Improved from 5D Mark III Slightly more sensitive central AF sensor in low light. Neither camera has face recognition in its AF system, so the extra AF zones of the 5D Mark III don't do much other than complicate the system beyond all recognition. Finder grid requires using Live View, or an optional Eg-D finder screen. Slightly smaller LCD has plastic, not glass, cover and lacks auto brightness control. Image Sizes No cropping ability for professional 5:4 or other aspect ratios. If you work as hot and fast as I do, this wastes time.

It also serves as a modularity test for the Virtual Dub code base, from which Altirra shares some components.

If you are struck by nostalgia too or have a desire to do some Atari development, perhaps it might be useful to you, too.

It's designed as a system emulator and debugger instead of a games machine, so there is some setup involved. If you don't have any, it'll be a pretty boring experience.

Prevented clearing image statistics during download. Made internal and external shutter operations independent. Added automatic Pin Point LE license downgrade for expired licenses. Improved disconnect/shutdown operation for all Nikon cameras.

Improved exposure duration resolution to better handle sub-millisecond exposures.

For example, rumors I got talk of a higher resolution viewfinder.

Telescope Control: Added Zoom To button to Telescope tab. Camera Control: Fixed cooler setpoint display when only one camera connected. SBIG: Added RBI Preflash support for STT series cameras (requires both SBIG Universal Driver and firmware update). Fixed a camera status problem related to camera swapping.

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