Le 30/09/2021 à 17:22, kopi...@gmail.com
a écrit :
> I do know quite a few people who photograph their DSLR displays showing
> their last exposure with their smartphone,
For polar alignment when it is not possible to use the Polar star
(Southern hemisphere, no polar scope), I have a method where I take two
pictures with DSLR with manual RA turn inbetween. Then, I need
astrometric resolution, usually in remote place without internet connexion.
So, I use a Dell venue 8 pro tablet, which is a windows (32bits) running
on a x86 processor. So, I installed ANSVR. Using a USB hub, I transfer
pictures from my DSLR to the tablet and run an homemade software which
is calling ANSVR et do afterward calculations.
That is the lightest method that I found to solve my problem.
Of course, a method with wifi/BT transfer to a smartphone would be
better and lighter...