I recently picked up a Pyxis camera rotator but I have not started using it yet as I am waiting for some adapters.
I have read the SGP manual pages related to rotators, but I had a question about meridian flips.
In general I think there are two possible behaviors for meridian flips:
- Use the rotator for initial target centering and framing, but leave the rotator alone after the meridian flip. I can always rotate the subs during processing as I did without the rotator.
- Command the rotator to rotate 180 degrees after the flip. This would have the benefit of allowing PHD2 to select the same guide star after the meridian flip. (OAG)
I assume SGP works as #1, right?
Would it be possible to do #2 somehow? My motivation for using the rotator is less for framing, but more for guide star selection.