set_focus_interlock_bypass(1) sleep(1000) call_event_proc("SS.Create") call_event_proc("SS.MFOn") set_focus(1000) f1=get_focus() print("pre-shoot half") print(f1) press('shoot_full') sleep(200) f4=get_focus() print("post-full shoot") print(f4) release('shoot_full') sleep(2000) f5=get_focus() print("post-full shoot release") print(f5) set_focus(2000) f1=get_focus() print("pre-shoot half") print(f1) sleep(1000) press('shoot_half') sleep(2000) f2=get_focus() print("push-shoot half") print(f2) release('shoot_half') sleep(1000) f3=get_focus() print("release-shoot half") print(f3) press('shoot_full') sleep(200) f4=get_focus() print("post-full shoot") print(f4) release('shoot_full') sleep(2000) f5=get_focus() print("post-full shoot release") print(f5)
No success with those either... but I did figure it out!
I'm not quite sure what the interlock bypass does (tried searching around to find little about it), but it does in fact work now on the a2500.
Oh, and waterwingz, if you'd like to name a charity, I'd be happy to donate to it as a thank you.
I also have 2 quick questions. first of all I know you guys, especially waterwingz, are working on getting the manual focus to work on the a2500. I'm curious how this is coming along?
Do you think you will be able to override all the checks within CHDK to get manual focus to work, or do you think we'll have to end up downloading a user script outside of the main CHDK code?
Secondly is the operation that is "supposed" to control manual focus on this camera the "Override Subj. Distance"?
Just to inform I have been playing around with my A2500 and I found out that most properties are those of the Digic 3 as described here http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/PropertyCase.So far, only the white balance control is wrong: on my camera, I can set the white balance mode using property 271 (instead of 268 as noted).
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