Decided to try another test. The settings this time: ND Filter was in use, focus was set to AFL, images taken at a 3sec interval, and meter filter factor was set to low. The time interval also doesn't seem consistent as can be seen with the speeding up or slowing down of action in the video.
Had a major error and the sequence stopped early. See error at the end of the log. Though this might have to do that I was saving RAW files by accident and the 16g card ran out of memory,
Did another test befor and after sunset with filter factor set to medium. Lots of flickering and the change in speed.One note, I set this for 3000 images and it stopped before that. I wasn't home so don't know if there was an error message. The camera was powered off and the lens was still extended. Hit the power to turn it back on then off again to retract the lens.
I didn't keep any of the RAW files but I do have the jpeg's from test 7, I also have the jpeg's from test 8. I only had RAW files saved for the one test and none of the others. Just lest me know which jpeg's you would like to see.
I would be happy to test a simplified intervalometer script that just shoots every 4 seconds in AUTO mode and that also logs to the SD card, is there one you suggest? As a note I usually shoot in program mode, would that affect the results in any way?
For fun I did a test with the AUTOEXP3 script yesterday set at a shot every 3 seconds. It seems to hold the 3 seconds.
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