Re: [MaxImDL] Another question about image rotation


Aug 19, 2003

 


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#7906 Aug 19, 2003

I can rotate my image 180 degrees by doing the two flips, but that rotates

my guider image too. Anyway to rotate one and not the other? My imager and

guider FOVs are intrinsically 180 degrees rotated, and there is no easy way

for me to change that mechanically.



Chris



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Cloudbait Observatory

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#7913 Aug 20, 2003

Chris Peterson wrote: > I can rotate my image 180 degrees by doing the two flips, but that rotates

> my guider image too. Anyway to rotate one and not the other? My imager and

> guider FOVs are intrinsically 180 degrees rotated, and there is no easy way

> for me to change that mechanically.



I'm not sure why you would care if the guider image is flipped, since

it's normally used for guiding and you don't really look at it.



If you run your images using a script then you can flip the images

without touching the guider.



Doug



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#7914 Aug 20, 2003

Because I'm looking at both my guider FOV and imager FOV drawn on TheSky,

and it would be nice if they both had the same orientation. It seems like

the current system is operating on the assumption that the imager and the

guider are mechanically connected, as in an SBIG camera. Of course, that

isn't always the case, so I think the rotation controls should be separate

for the two cameras.



Chris



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Cloudbait Observatory

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----- Original Message -----

From: "Douglas B. George" dgeorge@...>

To: MaxImDL@yahoogroups.com>

Sent: Wednesday, August 20, 2003 8:42 AM

Subject: Re: [MaxImDL] Another question about image rotation





> I'm not sure why you would care if the guider image is flipped, since

> it's normally used for guiding and you don't really look at it.

>

> If you run your images using a script then you can flip the images

> without touching the guider.



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