Prism v10 | Advanced
Capable of running two simultaneous telescopes and guiding at the same time, the advanced version is capable of cosmetic and scientific imaging. Packed with professional observatory functions, it will provide the user with the ultimate all-in-one software available to amateurs today. This version contains all the features included in both the Lite and Professional versions as well.
- Includes everything available inside the Lite and Professional versions
- Operate two imaging and a guiding CCDs at the same time.
- Extensive skychart
- Everything in one package, no need for multiple updates
- Learn one software
- Autofocus: On a star or spectrum
- Autoguide: On a star, spectra lines or FFT
- Plate Solve: Local, allsky, Astrometry.net(ansrv), Astrometry.net(online)
- Video Tutorial: We provide the most video tutorials for your education and reference.
- The advanced functions are listed here: PRISM v10 information page
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I'm new to Astrophotography and was looking for someway of controlling telescope and Observatory and found Prism . I found it easy to setup easy to use I can recommend this .
I'm commission a site for serius observations and there are a lot of requirements and technologies to be harmonized and so many areas of post-processing that require dedicated software that you can really get lost. PRISM is open and allows full integration of any equipment in few mouse clicks with an impressive set of analysis and post-processing and automation tools that can drive efficiently you into a professional experience of the sky wonders.
I am constantly learning the wealth of features contained in this software. I used the Pro version for a while, but wanted some of the additional features in Prism Advanced. I must say that I have not been disappointed. This is a great software package. Just be prepared to spend time learning how to maximize all the features. One last comment. The customer support is excellent!
I have much of your software working at this time... I have it parked on my main computer, and a notebook... My main computer is a OverClock computer with 32 Gigs of RAM Clocking presently at 4400MHz with software parked on SSD drives... The rotation dome by NexDome is still not working... Most problems like this have to do with ASCOM Drivers... There is not very much detail information on how to use this software... I have to feel my way to a total operational staus... Second issue... The rain in the San Francisco Bay Area this year has limited my access to my larger telescope (12 inch SCT)... This rain has been so significant, I was force to weatherize my observatory... My goal here is,,, I am trying to remotely control my observatory totally. I have used Netgear Powerline 2000 to handle camera images and discover controlling rules to do that... High speed is vital for images with cameras over 3 Megs... I have both 12 Mega sensors and 24 Mega sensors... I am also using Netgear Nighthawk router and its mating extender to increase control signals to my observatory that is about 100 feet on the side of hill... I am also using Virtual Here software on a Raspberry Pi inside the observatory to solve the USB interface requirements... I started out using Model B and B+ on level 3 raspberry Pi's... I have moved to Level 4 Raspberry Pi to gain access to USB 3.0 technology... Big difference! I hope by early spring to have everything working... Bob Ritter MicTechS
Prism was chosen to supply the data-streams for our astrophysics research with the multi-longitude Global Jet Watch observatories as it was the only commercial software capable of controlling our array of cameras. Our observations require at least 4 cameras running simultaneously with several others being available for other modes during a night. Typically we are running one (soon to be upgraded to two) spectrograph cameras, a guiding camera and two (soon to be three) commensal photometric calibration imaging cameras, with an astrometric acquisition camera available as well. These are controlled via Prism’s scripting capability to ensure our supply of data to HQ at the University of Oxford keeps coming from sunset to sunrise from each of our observatories