I 'll post it on the Monday,power supply in my PC is dead.Did you try the test build 3?
Did you try the test build 3?
My cam happens to be f/w 1.00a, so I did some testing with your build 3, although I really see little reason for testing. As I understand, you own such a camera, and so can test as well as any. Unless we find some obscure bug.
The DNG colors are horrible, as might be expected. Still, I'll see what I can do about it with a color target (it is old, but cannot be worse than the DNG colors)
- flicker in shooting mode is more than tolerable, judging by what I read about recent cameras. Do you have a special solution for that?
I believe you and srsa_4c should submit the code to SVN, and for alpha-build.
QuoteAs I understand, you own such a camera, and so can test as well as any.I do not have such a camera, otherwise I would have tested myself.
As I understand, you own such a camera, and so can test as well as any.
Are the colors just a different tonality compared with jpeg or looks like it's all covered with green or pink color?
Attached is the source code used to create the test3
- The sigfinder's hit for time() is the right one - the ixus160 port was (or still is) using a different function at the time I created this.
edit:The camera does start with the current code because the loader routine sets the reboot flag (0x12345678). But the startup flag is indeed overwritten in sub_ff86b1bc.edit2:Thinking about it some more, I'm no longer sure that starting in rec mode is impossible, using the current code.
As a result, I would expect the camera to start in a certain mode (playback?) regardless of the button used to start it. Pressing and holding the ON/OFF button would likely result in the same start as pressing the playback button.@momo: can you confirm this?
It would be good if someone with a camera can upload one DNG file.No one has yet answered whether "firmware update method" to load CHDK works or not.
Here is a pair dng/jpeg, and I'm confused. Now the dng colors appear to be about right, whereas the first time I tried they were definitely wrong, see the histogram some posts above. I'll sort it out on occasion.
How are you viewing / converting the DNGs? Some programs like raw therapee and irfanview for example do an auto adjustment which can look really bad depending on the scene. In raw therapee, the "reset" button in the exposure tab will give you a neutral adjustment.
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