I have run into a weird issue. SGP rotates the images downloaded from my Canon DSLR. It seems to be related to the way the camera is rotated i.e. right side up or upside down.
I noticed that the other night when I started imaging with the camera almost upside down that gradually changed as the scope moved across the meridian (with no flip). Roughly half my subs were rotated 180 degrees.
I have the image rotation turned off on my DSLR so I can’t quite figure out why this is happening. I have reverted back to Backyard EOS which does not do that.
The problem with images rotated 180 degrees is that they can’t be calibrated and debayered correctly unless they are rotated back. It’s as if the image is rotated but the actual file isn’t so the bottom right corner in reality is the top left corner.
I thought it might be an issue with the camera but my other software doesn’t do that.