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@waterwingz could you please also help me my display keeps switching on and off on the SX240HS that i finally got the CHDK working with your script i set display to off but it keeps switching on....
Quote from: reyalp on 06 / July / 2019, 16:52:51Ixus185 discussion moved to https://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=13837.0This question was evidentally sweep up with the move, resulting in my missing it and not providing any response ...Quote from: willievermeulen on 06 / July / 2019, 11:48:47@waterwingz could you please also help me my display keeps switching on and off on the SX240HS that i finally got the CHDK working with your script i set display to off but it keeps switching on....@willievermeulen : What setting are you using for Display off mode (day) and Display off mode (night) ? (The choices are None LCD BKLite DispKey PlayKey ShrtCut).Also, does your display switch on each time it shoots? And then does it turn off again immediately after?Please post the KAP.log file from the root folder of your SD card here as an attachment?
Also i just put disable display on yes on the script settings, i dont understand the other day and night things?(or i havent seen them)
It switches the screen off takes a picture and then previews the picture(so switching on the display) i tried to disable review but it didnt make any difference...
Also how do a get the pictures to save on the second partition???
I'm very new, so please bear with me. I'm trying this wonderful script and I wonder if it can be controlled via chdkptp? I'm actually hoping to use this on a remote control car with a raspberry pi onboard and trigger (remote) shoot via USB. My understanding is that there's no function for (remote) shooting implemented, but there seems to be some sort of USB mode. Anyone know how to do remote shooting with this script?
I'm confused. Why do you want to do remote shooting with this script? Why not just use chdkptp on your Pi to shot without a script running on your camera (i.e. just having CHDK loaded on the camera is sufficient) ?
I just thought that the shutter speed control logic in your script would be useful. If I have just CHDK loaded and run chkptp rs then the shutter speed would have to be handled manually. I might be missing something though.
Quote from: dayzman on 23 / December / 2019, 01:47:50I just thought that the shutter speed control logic in your script would be useful. If I have just CHDK loaded and run chkptp rs then the shutter speed would have to be handled manually. I might be missing something though.FWIW, if you want to have the exposure and interval control from a camera side script have the images saved over USB with remote shoot, it should be possible using the remoteshoot -script option and a glue script to set the menu options, like what is described in https://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=13386.msg136688#msg136688
Thanks for the advice. Is exposure control actually better done on the camera side or PC side?
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