Hello CHDK Community,
I'm using CHDK scripting with the Canon S110 for a while, but recently I've found that the parameters introduced in the script menu (exposure, aperture, iso) doesn't affect the photos in same way as if we manually take a photo - in the exactly same conditions of light.
During the script run, the S110 works as expected, the photos are beeing recorded with the parameters defined earlier, but most of the the time they are always overexposed when compared to the same photo, same light, but taken manually.
Problem: there's no truly relation between the parameters defined with the script and the photos taken.
In the same conditions, a photo taken manually is visual more/less exposed than a photo taken using CHDK.
Desperately, I found a way to minimize this problem.
Using the overrides, I can adjust the values a little more or a little less and go checking the photos, until they seem fine.
But still can't trust the settings.
This is getting really annoying, there's anyone around with this kind of problem and a possible solution?