Preceding calls (to fc43cd96 and fc2f2c0e in firmware 101a) appear to get the data those values are derived from.
So these values are obtained directly from the lens and are not stored anywhere.If someone want to get all distance info values using LUA there need to add new lua script command.
Or make the underlying shooting.c functions get_dofinfo / get_focus do something different under the hood for EOS cams.
Quote from: reyalp on 19 / July / 2019, 23:04:51AFAIK these functions return only one value, but consumers want at least two values. How to do that?But at least dof=get_dofinfo() could deliver dof.near and dof.far. So, the peeking in the lua code is not necessary.
AFAIK these functions return only one value, but consumers want at least two values. How to do that?
Although CHDK provides near and far DoF info
Thus, ‘all’ I need is focus position ;-)
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