It seems that ever since S90, canon still didn't realize people want it to be disable-able.http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/35501746
To clarify, I'm not talking about the play mode rotation, but the saved picture rotation.
Canon uses an orientation sensor to determine the camera's rotation state and saves the photo in the "correct" position. the problem is that sometimes one doesn't want it to be corrected.
In my case, we are flying with the camera stabilized and pointing to the ground.
From time to time the sensor decides it's a portrait or upside-down picture and rotates it... even though I for me it is the same rotation state as all the others...
Is there any way (CHDK way or another) to turn this sensor off or to manipulate it somehow so it would-not think nothing... just keep the pictures straight?
I will appreciate any kind of solution for this nuisance.
EDIT: I'm shooting with S110