night_exposure (1) - Linux Man Pages

night_exposure: make a single exposure on a camera

NAME

night_exposure - make a single exposure on a camera

SYNOPSIS


 night_exposure [-t time] [-s shutter on|off] [-b 1|2|3] [-o output]

DESCRIPTION

The options are as follows:

options:

-t

exposure time in seconds
-s

shutter state, on - open, off - close for dark frame
-r

select region by format: (x1,y1,x2,y2), default: full area
-b

binning, 1 - 1x1, 2 - 2x2, 3 - 3x3, default: 3 
-c

select chip, I - imaging (default), T - tracking
-m

readout mode (see output of 'night_power info')
-o

name of an output file, default to nightview.fits
-name
object's name
-obsname
observer's name
-p

show progress indicator
-pn

  show progress indicator (on new line)
-host
address:port internet address server, default: local connect

Use Ctrl-C to interrupt the exposure or download in progress.

ENVIRONMENT

Setting of environment variable NIGHTVIEW_HOST is equivalent to -host option.

REPORTING BUGS

http://integral.sci.muni.cz

BUGS

Not found except listed on http://integral.sci.muni.cz.

AUTHOR

This manual page was written by F. Hroch <hroch [at] physics.muni.cz>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

SEE ALSO

nightview(1). See the /usr/share/doc/nightview-doc directory for description. Homepage: http://www.physics.muni.cz/mb/nightview/