I’m just getting to grips with it - in the meantime I’ve been able to do two complete nights of automated exposure - with everything that entails: opening the roof, cooling the camera,…and back again. “Artificial” bad weather also triggers the desired actions.
Today I added the switching on of the individual components, which also works - I am very pleased! I think I have halfway understood DragScript, at least it does what I wanted so far.
Sooner or later I’d like to solve another “problem”: at my location the seeing varies quite a bit - and I’d like to decide automatically whether to shoot L or RGB. The idea is to focus and use the HFD value to decide whether to expose an L block or an RGB block. So HFD > xx → make “Block: RGB”. Ideally, after about an hour, focus again and decide again on the basis of the HFD value. After that, no more decision is needed, because if the seeing is then also medium, it won’t be good that night either.
I thought of the variables, “update decimal with autofocus HFD”, but have no idea how to put that into a script. Maybe someone can help?
All the best,