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by kozboPhoto
21.01.2020 02:18
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Calibrating the Stackshot
Replies: 5
Views: 3943

Re: Calibrating the Stackshot

Hi Catherine, Sorry for the long lag in getting back to you about your solution RE turning off Slack Compensation. This worked perfectly, thanks so much! Minor note for any who follow, the configuration on the Stackshot is called "backlash" and can be found in the advanced configuration options, acc...
by kozboPhoto
30.11.2019 03:23
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Calibrating the Stackshot
Replies: 5
Views: 3943

Re: Calibrating the Stackshot

Thanks for the reply Catherine. I am driving the Stackshot from Helicon Focus, so the Stackshot configuration menu is not available. If I disconnect it from my computer then I can get to the Auto return configuration menu, and I can see that it is set to "No". Does HeliconRemote have a configuration...
by kozboPhoto
16.11.2019 21:42
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Calibrating the Stackshot
Replies: 5
Views: 3943

Calibrating the Stackshot

Hi, I am using the Stackshot with HeliconRemote and I have noticed that the Stackshot overshoots when changing direction using positioning tools on the GUI. If I am focusing and I step up to find the right spot 11, 12, 13 (looks good), and I get to 14 and realize that 13 was the best, then when I re...
by kozboPhoto
20.03.2019 09:06
Forum: Helicon Focus: Support
Topic: image appears to be damaged
Replies: 9
Views: 6169

Re: image appears to be damaged

I am seeing the same problem. I often see "This image appears to be damaged" once I try to edit the image in Lightroom. I am using the latest Helicon Focus 7.5.1 Pro, and Lightroom Classic CC 8.2 with Camera Raw 11.2. I am running a MBPro 13 OS version 10.4 I am making a stack of 6 images and using ...
by kozboPhoto
24.06.2018 22:07
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Rotated images in Helicon Focus probably from Helicon Remote
Replies: 5
Views: 5362

Re: Rotated images in Helicon Focus probably from Helicon Remote

Thanks for the pointer to exiftool. I just wanted to follow up with some details on the solution for future readers. I used the following command in a mac terminal window to find the Nikon files that had been rotated: exiftool -a -u -g1 *.nef | grep -in orient Which gave the following output: 27:Ori...