Also, I have tested these camera's and power supplies for many days on end without problems. So why do they have problems in that location?
Perhaps a good example of where cheap eBay stuff falls short.
So, half an hour after I switched the power supply... Camera had crashed. I'm really clueless by now. The only thing I can now think of is that the 220V from the wall is unstable?
Well, I haven't tested this to be honest but I can with great certainty guess that it does. Why? Because usually, the camera has no problem to stay running during the "night" modes. This is the periods that the camera does not take photos.
Makes sense - just trying to give you some different ideas and eliminate maybe script errors / CHDK bugs as a source. How about running a simple script that just shoots every so many seconds continuously (set the jpg compression / image size for minimum file size to preserve card space - or have the script delete each image after shooting it)?
Anybody any suggestions?
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