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Re: [ASCOM] Camera Interface Standard

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  • Bob Denny
    ... Well, if someone calls Camera.Expose(foo, True, bar) and gets an image, it should be a Dark exposure. That is, the call to Expose() should either produce
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 18, 2001
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      Oops, one more:

      > > If Camera.HasShutter = False, then calling Camera.Expose(duration,
      > > False, filter) should raise an exception indicating that the dark
      > > frame cannot be taken because the camera has no shutter.

      > I think the parameter should just be ignored if not HasShutter.

      Well, if someone calls Camera.Expose(foo, True, bar) and gets an image,
      it should be a Dark exposure. That is, the call to Expose() should
      either produce the intended result or an error. It is, IMHO, a bug if
      you call for a dark and get a light frame and no error.

      -- BOb
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