PC CONNECTION MODE set to USB TETHER SHOOTING AUTO
SHOOT WITHOUT LENS enabled
All other settings are default after a reset
Raspberry Pi 4 (2GB) running StellarMate 1.4.4
I am using the "GPhoto CCD" driver
I'm able to take photos using the "preview" button in the capture module (JPEG, compressed) and the image shows in a pop-up window. The problem is that the shutter speed icon on the camera's display changes from "BULB" to "100", and it's only taking a 1/100s exposure even though exposure length is set to 1s.
I did notice that changing the exposure length to 10s causes the camera to take a 1/10s exposure and so on. The problem is that if I set it to 100s the camera will take the correct exposure time, but ekos will wait the full 100s... Is there a setting to change the exposure time scale or something?
I've attached the log file (verbose, INDI+CCD)
Edit: Attached a second log file with "driver debug" checked under "logging levels" within INDI Control Panel -> GPhoto CCD tab -> Options tab. I realized this might have more useful information.
The shutter speeds look odd. Your camera stars either at 1/8000 or 1/32000, so assuming the former that's 0.000125 seconds. The logs shows 0.0122 seconds, so it's off by about a factor of 100x if they do indeed mean 1/8000 s.
When it captured 1 second, it selected the closest shutter speed 0.9843 seconds, but you said it took 1/100 s or 0.01 s. So 0.9843 / 100 = 0.009854 which is very close to 0.01 or 1/100 s ... this confirm the 100x factor difference. I think an issue in libgphoto2 should be raised to fix this problem.
I have a Fujifilm X-T1 and it is absolutely unusable with Ekos, or any other Linux app, for that matter. INDI simply fails to connect to it properly. Using the tether function in Darktable I can preview and take 1 - and only 1 - photo before it bails and disconnects. I then have to unplug the camera, turn it off, then plug it back in and power it back on. Using Entangle, it crashes after every photo.
Are you able to successfully take photos using the program Entangle or with the tethering function in Darktable? Because if you can't, the problem is with gphoto2 support for Fujifilm cameras (having done some reading into the subject, there appears to be some non-standard stuff in how Fujifilm cameras communicate).