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: Project
Now I have a question regarding RAW on my Canon SX200IS. Even having brightest sunlight this weekend I will shoot the whole day at ISO 400, to achieve shortest possible exposure times. I wil have water in the set and fast moving people and so on, to freeze them, I need exposure times at around 1/1000 or even shorter.
The 50 cameras will shoot the shole day every 15 seconds, resulting in about 4800 frames per camera. Then the 16GB cards will be filled.
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?
I mean, is there a way to let CHDK develop the JPGs but without saving the RAWs? I am NOT running a script on the cameras while shooting.
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?
(BTW.: Sorry for asking here without having done own researches, I am in that much work with my project...)