Now that CHDK Beta is available for the Powershot S100, I am looking for an update on those issues. Whether CHDK allows for exposures at a higher ISO, for periods longer than 15 seconds,
(and bulb mode).
Why did Canon create these limitations in their firmware?
And of course, is there a risk of hardware damage with long exposures at high ISO?
http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=7887.190Quote (and bulb mode).No, chdk does not have a bulb mode.
call_event_proc("Mecha.Create") call_event_proc("OpenMechaShutter") call_event_proc("CloseMechaShutter")
You'd have to wait for the whole 60 seconds for the shot to finish but you could get "Bulb" manual control that way?
Are the quality issues you referred to related to noise?
And the temperature sensor available in CHDK would be useful for thermal testing. Are the thermal limits known?
It would be nice to be able to create extreme time-lapse photography, if the opportunity arose.
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