I have difficulty in understanding how this works. I understand when zero is entered north should be up in my camera's FOV. However, when I advance the time, this is changing both in Horizontal and in Equatorial mode. The orientation of the object is changing relative to the camera's FOV frame which shouldn't be the case, at least in the equatorial mode. I could demonstrate this better if I could send a series of screenshots to you.
Ok, I have uploaded them to dropbox
The first one shows Polaris up and Pherkad centered
In the shot time is advanced by one hour. It shows the same view but this is misleading.
The moment I press "center" button again or if I advance time 2 hours it changes to the following
Polaris keeps drifting from the middle top of the frame towards left when I advance the time further
Maybe I'm doing something wrong :)
Many thanks for your time.