In my opinion location sh script inside photos directory is better, You will just move all content to PC , and no checking other place.
For that issue it is not a big deal, I just skip the last image. Overall, both scripts are awesome. More robust than what comes with any stock camera
I recorded a video of the issue if needed (currently being processed by youtube)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ghr30hxWcZY&feature=youtu.be
Quote from: Razor512 on 16 / May / 2014, 06:05:25Only feature I miss from the fast HDR script was when you set an exposure, it always considered that to be the center exposure where the exposure steps will be equally divided on tither side of that center exposure, thus you always get a good balance of over exposed and under exposed images. I'm not sure I understand what you mean here. Both script take an automatic exposure reading, start shooting at an exposure set at a lower value, and then increase the exposure in steps to the highest value - all balanced around the initial exposure reading. What are you seeing?
Only feature I miss from the fast HDR script was when you set an exposure, it always considered that to be the center exposure where the exposure steps will be equally divided on tither side of that center exposure, thus you always get a good balance of over exposed and under exposed images.
should be working fine now
Those are the 2 images
for i=1, steps, 1 do -- take the shots as fast as possible print(" step=", i, "tv96=", print_tv(tv96val)) ecnt=get_exp_count() set_prop(pTV,tv96val) if( propset > 3) then set_prop(pTV2,tv96val) end press("shoot_full_only") repeat sleep(20) until(get_exp_count()~=ecnt) release("shoot_full_only") tv96val = tv96val+tvStep end
Not really sure what to do about that - this script is actaully a bit of a hack done to make it shoot faster. Works okay with jpg images but appears to have timing image saving DNG files. Oh bother ...
edit:Never mind, it looks like I was smarter than that. The raw hook runs after libdng->capture_data_for_exif(); so setting exposure for the next shot should do exactly what you need.
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