Meridian Programma Skachat
APT stands for "AstroPhotography Tool" and it is like Swiss army knife for your astro imaging sessions.No matter what you are imaging with - Canon EOS, Nikon, CCD or CMOS astro camera, APT has the right tool for planning,collimating, aligning, focusing, framing, controlling/tethering, imaging, synchronizing, scheduling, meridian flipping,analyzing and monitoring. All its features are packed in an easy and comfortable to use interface with design that hadno alternative back in 2009 when it was released. Since then APT is constantly being improved and refined by the realexperience of many astro photographers from all over the world includingone of the APT authors.It works on MS Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and 11.
meridian programma skachat
Additional features included in the FULL version :Our thankfulness for Your appreciation about the work and the support that we are constantly putting into APT!
No red message in the Image Preview area :)
Automatic EOS Lens focusing (using FWHM or HFD) - built into the Lens Panel. Never implemented in astro program before!
Framing Masks - a multi session aid to help orienting the camera by same angle and position during multiple nights or after meridian flip. Never implemented in astro program before!
Notifications for refocusing when the temperature changes or closing dew point to avoid un-needed heating (requires TEMPer(Gold) or TEMPerHUM or focuser with temperature sensor).
HD Video recording for Digic IV cameras from the Planetary panel. Requires lens or T-ring with focus confirmation.
Support for Lunatico GNS - Good Night System to get alarm for problem with the imaging session on your smartphone.
LOCAL SPACE ASTROLOGY: Local Space Astrology uses a measurement system based on the local horizon and meridian, and was pioneered by Michael Erlewine. While the positions of the planets, as measured in right ascension and declination, or celestial latitude and longitude, remain almost constant regardless of the observer's location, measurements of planets' azimuth and altitude change dramatically according to where on Earth they are observed from. The azimuths of the planets can be plotted, viewed and printed as a local horizon chart in Solar Maps v5. The same technique can also be used on maps of large areas. 041b061a72