I would like to support chdk.
My attempts to find a working focus control method have not been successful (I would not say it's impossible, it's just substantially different from PowerShots). I don't know if Ant has found something on the M3, but even if, it's not in the source.
This command moves the focus 2500 steps forward with speed 10:lua call_event_proc("EFLensCom.MoveFocus",2500,10)
You could try to port the G1X Mark II
This command moves the focus 2500 steps forward with speed 10:lua call_event_proc("EFLensCom.MoveFocus",2500,10)https://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=12758.msg135783#msg135783I always want to try this but never found really the time. Moving the focus would be probably enough to do focus bracketing.
Quote from: c_joerg on 30 / November / 2018, 03:05:58You could try to port the G1X Mark II Yes, I know. This would be a great step ahead. But I'm really "fresh" with chdk. I need deep understanding of that what you brilliant guys have done. I will do some investigations in the current code base. I'm an embedded software developer. So, everything should be possible...
Is there a kind of "checklist" of what needs to be done for porting a "new" cam? Only for acceleration ...
If you want some realtime advice, I'm often in the irc channel #chdk on freenode evenings and weekends US/Pacific (GMT-8) time.
I read in another post the M3 port allows for setting clean overlays during recording. I have an M6 which has an option for no overlays except for the AF face-tracking rectangle. I'm trying to get clean HDMI out for off camera recording, preferably with the camera in standby vs recording mode. Do you guys have any initial thoughts from your M3 experience if that AF rectangle can be visually removed while still having the AF face tracking functionality? I just got the M6 firmware dump and am slowly starting to see how deep this rabbit hole goes before i jump in!
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