Now I wonder if there is any RAW-development-feature of CHDK I could involve, that would result in JPG images but better ones than delivered by the Canon system?
Or, if that doesn´t work, does anyone have an idea how to increase image quality? Are there any CHDK-features that would make an ISO 400 image developed by Canon look better?
Hello, I am driving a camera array with 50 of them to achieve the so called bullet-time effect, and I am making a project with them this weekend: ProjectThe 50 cameras will shoot the shole day every 15 seconds, resulting in about 4800 frames per camera. Then the 16GB cards will be filled.
You need to get a good photo editing program like Photoshop or something like that and you must have skills to image processing. If you want the picture looks better than ones produced by Canon, you need a lot of skill, there is no easy solution to this, Canon is doing its job very well.Postprocessing 240.000 images will require a lot of time.
Update : never mind - found this on your website...
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