for i=1, n, 1 do ecnt=get_exp_count() press("shoot_full_only") repeat sleep(20) until(get_exp_count()~=ecnt) release("shoot_full_only")end
for i=1, n, 1 dopress("shoot_full_only") repeat sleep(50) until get_shooting() == true release("shoot_full_only") repeat sleep(50) until get_shooting() == falseend
press("shoot_half") repeat sleep(50)until get_shooting() == true
repeat sleep(50)until get_shooting() == false
and sometimes it just crash.
Is there any way to mimic manual shutter button holding via script? It seems to be about as fast as fastest scripts (~ 1.5 fps RAW+JPG) and it is 100% reliable.
Could faster memory card help to go above ~ 1.5 fps or the bottleneck is in hardware? I'm using Sandisk Extreme 30MB/s SDHC UHS-I
I have also tested some motion detect scripts like motion plus and the one in default CHDK, but camera just keeps shooting all the time no matter what threshold I set. Grids will flash either all of them or some of them even if there is nothing happening on the scene. Is this hardware limitation or this camera requires special script for motion detect? I would like to use it for lightning captures mostly.
I keep focus and exposure locked via Canon's default UI, but using af_lock() or nothing at all will re-focus before shooting so I use this instead to keep it locked. Script can still change exposure but camera keeps it locked before shooting.
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