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Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #90 on: 15 / December / 2007, 04:26:52 »
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Corrected IXUS800 shooting tables

Does this mean that Allbest CHDK v11 allows full manual control over shutter, aperture, ISO, focus and bracketing on the IXUS800 IS (just like on the S3)?

Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #91 on: 16 / December / 2007, 18:07:47 »
Hey Allbest, awesome job!  Any chance on getting your build ported to the SD1000/Ixus70?

Thanks.

Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #92 on: 17 / December / 2007, 06:40:10 »
Does this mean that Allbest CHDK v11 allows full manual control over shutter, aperture, ISO, focus and bracketing on the IXUS800 IS (just like on the S3)?
I hope! Please try it!

Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #93 on: 17 / December / 2007, 06:49:26 »
Hey Allbest, awesome job!  Any chance on getting your build ported to the SD1000/Ixus70?

Thanks.
Hellow, Jive!
There is no firmware or firmware dump for your camera now. May be it depends from u too  ;)
Please read this page http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/Porting_the_CHDK
Thanks


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Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #94 on: 17 / December / 2007, 08:47:16 »
Does this mean that Allbest CHDK v11 allows full manual control over shutter, aperture, ISO, focus and bracketing on the IXUS800 IS (just like on the S3)?
I hope! Please try it!


I don't have an IXUS800, but if your version of CHDK does these things, I think I might get one while they are still available new!

However, I do have an S3 IS, and I have some questions about version 11 on this camera:
1. "Show build info" displays "allbest, #10" (also shows #10 on slash screen at startup) - I expected to see #11.
2. The "english.lng' file shows 256 "Autostart" and 257 "Remote Enable (USB)", but on the camera (under scripting parameters) the words are slightly different: "Script Autostart" and "Enable remote (USB)". Also, on the camera I cannot find the words corresponding to "english.lng" numbers 258-263.

What should I do to get the camera text to be the same as in the "english.lng" text?

Steve

Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #95 on: 17 / December / 2007, 09:52:16 »
1. "Show build info" displays "allbest, #10" (also shows #10 on slash screen at startup) - I expected to see #11.
Yes. Here some mismatch, sorry. Don't warry. It's most recent build ;)
2. The "english.lng' file shows 256 "Autostart" and 257 "Remote Enable (USB)", but on the camera (under scripting parameters) the words are slightly different: "Script Autostart" and "Enable remote (USB)".
What should I do to get the camera text to be the same as in the "english.lng" text?
there is no need to do it. But if u want u can load "english.lng" into the lang folder on your card. after that necessary to choose it from the corresponding menu
Also, on the camera I cannot find the words corresponding to "english.lng" numbers 258-263.
You are right. This points are reserved for future releases....
Thanks

Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #96 on: 17 / December / 2007, 13:00:54 »
Hellow, Jive!
There is no firmware or firmware dump for your camera now. May be it depends from u too  ;)
Please read this page http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/Porting_the_CHDK
Thanks

I'm new here, so I'm still trying to get my bearings on the Wiki.  I was under the impression that the firmware for the SD1000 had been dumped, as someone had posted the info here:

http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/SD1000

If this is not the case, then please let me know, and I will do what I can to get the firmware off my camera.

Thanks :)

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Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #97 on: 19 / December / 2007, 14:33:49 »
I am noticing a problem with ISO override in the latest build (#10)

My camera is an A570IS and the ISO override will not work at all.
I have set the "Show real ISO" option in OSD settings.  When I try to change the ISO override to _anything_ it _always_ shoots at ISO160.

Is this a known problem?  If so, is there a fix in the works?

BTW...Thanks Allbest for the A570 builds.   :)


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Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #98 on: 19 / December / 2007, 15:44:33 »
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My camera is an A570IS and the ISO override will not work at all.
I have set the "Show real ISO" option in OSD settings.  When I try to change the ISO override to _anything_ it _always_ shoots at ISO160.

I think it works for me. I have an A570IS (1.00e) and what I believe is the same Allbest build you are using. I did a quick test: I booted with CHDK, set the camera in M mode, no flash, shutter 1/10 and aperture F2.6 and set ISO 80. Then I set ISO override to 1*100 (thinking I'd get ISO100), took a picture, set ISO override to 4*100 (thinking I'd get ISO400).

The latter is much brighter, i.e. the camera clearly does something with the override. I took shots without CHDK as well, using the camera's ISO100 and ISO400 settings and they look the same (a really quick glance) as the ones I took using CHDK override. Both overriden pictures read ISO160 in the exif info (or at least in the camera's own browser, didn't actually pull the shots out of the camera). You can't trust exif data if you use the override.

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Re: New releaser - Allbest. His build.
« Reply #99 on: 19 / December / 2007, 17:39:58 »
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My camera is an A570IS and the ISO override will not work at all.
I have set the "Show real ISO" option in OSD settings.  When I try to change the ISO override to _anything_ it _always_ shoots at ISO160.

I think it works for me. I have an A570IS (1.00e) and what I believe is the same Allbest build you are using. I did a quick test: I booted with CHDK, set the camera in M mode, no flash, shutter 1/10 and aperture F2.6 and set ISO 80. Then I set ISO override to 1*100 (thinking I'd get ISO100), took a picture, set ISO override to 4*100 (thinking I'd get ISO400).

The latter is much brighter, i.e. the camera clearly does something with the override. I took shots without CHDK as well, using the camera's ISO100 and ISO400 settings and they look the same (a really quick glance) as the ones I took using CHDK override. Both overriden pictures read ISO160 in the exif info (or at least in the camera's own browser, didn't actually pull the shots out of the camera). You can't trust exif data if you use the override.

If I turn off the "Show real ISO" in OSD settings, the EXIF ISO shows the ISO override.  If I have the "Show real ISO" on it defaults to ISO160 in EXIF.  why?  The OSD settings should not have anything to do with the file, should it?

 

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