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Timelapse with variable shutter speed

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Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #140 on: 03 / August / 2008, 06:17:11 »
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yes, the new version  I am putting on has this compensation: (the delay between shots gets shorter if the exposure gets longer) but anyway the problem stays if exposure is greater than the specified interval: the interval goes to 0 but anyway the shots will be more spaced in time due to exposure itself.


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Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #141 on: 03 / August / 2008, 22:10:06 »
I was able to finally do another sunset tonight, but I still have the same issue as before, and which you also experienced, even though I've added in some overexposure compensation. The problem stems from the h values being too high, which kicks in the overexposure protection once guess mode starts.
So is there a reason h isn't decreasing fast enough to keep from having the overexposure compensation engage?

Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #142 on: 07 / August / 2008, 16:18:07 »

3. Has anyone tried the power adapter for the S5?  Batteries are a pain to keep changing every 4 hours ;-)

Fahlcor

Yes I bought it and use it for my S3 that's how I get 8 or more hours of pictures taken every 10 seconds without worrying about batteries. I come back home at noon set the thing up and go back to work... and harvest the pictures later !

Timelapse - a set on Flickr
 
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450D & 18-55mm, 100-400mm

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Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #143 on: 07 / August / 2008, 18:16:58 »
and having a gorgeous view from your window helps. Isn't it, fpfalangie ?


Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #144 on: 09 / August / 2008, 03:12:48 »
Yes it sure helps :)

Here are 7 seconds of sunset / twilight
August Sunset TimeLapse on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
S3 IS
450D & 18-55mm, 100-400mm

Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #145 on: 12 / October / 2008, 02:45:59 »
Let's bounce this thread, I'd like to see what people have made with this timelapse chdk, give us the links to your creations.
Here's my latest on a nice october day:

Bidart Timelapse Coastline on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

I plan on doing some city timelapse in the near future...
S3 IS
450D & 18-55mm, 100-400mm

Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #146 on: 21 / October / 2008, 01:34:11 »

Thanks to fbonomi for this great script - i've used it a bunch and have gotten the hang of it.  I shot this timelapse over the weekend at the docks on Wards Island, a quick ferry ride away from downtown Toronto.

I anchored my SD870is on the dock railing set sunset4.bas going after setting the parameters. The exposure ranges from 1/320th @ F8 to 0.8 seconds @ F2.8, ISO 80.  The timelapse was built from 860 5-megapixel frames taken from 5:58pm to 7:14pm.

Available in HD for your visual pleasure.

Sunset at Wards Island on Vimeo

"and the rain receded" courtesy of NAW / naw.music



Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #147 on: 24 / October / 2008, 23:04:41 »
Hi,
Can anybody let me if any of you are successful with intervalometer on S5 IS?
I installed it on my S5, when I run the script it is shuts down my camera, without retracting the lens.
Please help me out on this.
I am so excited to try time-lapse/intervalometer scripts on my camera..
Thanks,
Lalith


Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #148 on: 25 / October / 2008, 00:00:59 »
I have got it. I modified the script, because there is a command which is not supported by digic III processor.
So I removed it and its fine now.. Thanks to CHDK and all the contributors.

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Re: Timelapse with variable shutter speed
« Reply #149 on: 25 / October / 2008, 00:37:30 »
I have got it. I modified the script, because there is a command which is not supported by digic III processor.
So I removed it and its fine now.. Thanks to CHDK and all the contributors.
If you let us know what you changed, that might help others :)

It should be possible to put an if in the script so it works out of the box.
Don't forget what the H stands for.

 

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