would there be any way to control aperture in our model, or can't it be adjusted on IXUS 85 IS?
what I need to down load and the steps to install!!
These models have got a "fixed aperture"... isn't it? But of course there aren't ND stops (just yes/no)
Quote from: machadojon on 03 / June / 2010, 16:08:42what I need to down load and the steps to install!! 1) use a SD card with max. 4GB & a card reader2) download Cardtricks3) backup the data from your card4) in Cardtricks: select your card, format the card, then make the card bootable5) let CardTricks download & install any CHDK package, e.g. the SD1100 full package, like descriped here: Installing_with_Cardtricks6) download the SD770 beta binary file diskboot.bin from this post: http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php/topic,2841.msg50844.html#msg508447) copy this diskboot.bin file to your card's root, overwrite the other fileNow lock the card, insert the card in your camera, power on...
-I tried the "firmware update" and it gave me a file error-If I can't get the firmware updated on this, then that means I have to run it off the autoloader each time... but my regular SD card is 8GB (larger than the 4GB limit), how do I get CHDK to run if this is the case? I don't mind updating it each time I turn it on, but I can't even update it
Hello & welcome, conanobrien !Quote from: conanobrien on 05 / June / 2010, 04:11:51-I tried the "firmware update" and it gave me a file error-If I can't get the firmware updated on this, then that means I have to run it off the autoloader each time... but my regular SD card is 8GB (larger than the 4GB limit), how do I get CHDK to run if this is the case? I don't mind updating it each time I turn it on, but I can't even update itThe autoload mechanism only loads CHDK when the card is locked; with the same card unlocked, the camera starts "normal", without CHDK...The SD770 Beta version from the download link above doesn't have the PS.FI2 file for manual loading through the "Firmware Update" menu item yet, so when you call this menu item, the camera tries to load the wrong CHDK file, the one from the dummy (SD1100) package - therefore you'll get the error message...--> diskboot.bin is the CHDK binary file for automatic loading with a CHDK-bootable, FAT12 or FAT16 formatted & locked card--> ps.fi2 is the same binary, encoded, for manual loading with the Canon "Firmware Update" menu item (works with all card capacities)When this port will be included into the official CHDK source code tree, both files & loading methods will be available.The autoload mechanism (with diskboot.bin) only work with FAT12 or FAT16 partitions; to use bigger cards, you can either use a single 4GB partition on your card, FAT16 formatted & bootable (as described above, prepared with CardTricks) - or you can use a multi partition setup with a small "boot" partition and a "data" partition with the remaining capacity.I'm not sure whether the multi partition support works with the SD770 beta, but you may give it a try...This setup is a bit tricky, especially on MS Windows; read more in the following links:* http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php/topic,2468.msg30911.html#msg30911 (Multi partitioning support & MS Windows )* http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php/topic,2468.msg36022.html#msg36022 (in-camera -- only possible with ps.fi2)* http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php/topic,3910.msg36763.html#msg36763 (SDM installer, for MS Windows)
Only issue right now is that if I want to get all the files to my PC, I have to swap partitions on the camera, then repeat the ENTIRE process over to get CHDK on my camera again (since I can't swap it back unless I'm on the CHDK firmware)Any ideas on how I can view the files in the larger partition on my PC without having to "swap" partitions with the camera?
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