Additionally I had a chance to test a EOS M3 from a friend.
Ev shift of -1/4
Bv Ev shift of 25% was too much, too.
Take care about continuous mode of M3. The camera limits this mode to 1000 shoots!
I would not do that at sunsets. I always limit overexposure. A negative shift can also be done in post processing.
I’m wondering the interval was set to 20s but delta between shoots is 15s…
What comes next will be hiding the camera and shooting in the evening and during night. I think it might be a good idea to delay the shooting. What I mean is that I start the script and the shooting will start an hour later or so.
I'm not very familiar with programming, but that problem might be easy solvable with a sleep-routine that I found that routine in another script (YASS 4), but rawopint is rather complex and I don't know where I should place the delay-code. Can anyone give me some hints where to place it best?
#ui_wait_minutes=0 "Minutes to wait"... license stuff etc...]]sleep(ui_minutes*60*1000)rawopint_version="0.24"
Mainly for sunsets.What comes next will be hiding the camera and shooting in the evening and during night. I think it might be a good idea to delay the shooting. What I mean is that I start the script and the shooting will start an hour later or so.
If battery life is a concern, you might want to stay in playback mode or allow the Canon firmware to shut off the screen and sensor while waiting, which could be a little more complicated.
The script will switch to rec mode if you start in playback, but you'd lose control of zoom and focus, and the LCD would still be on.
If you turn the camera on before sunset, the sun is usually even more intense. I would not put the camera in the sun without a lens cap for a long time. For cameras with ND filter, I would always activate. ...I would definitely put the camera in the playback mode, but I'm not sure if the sun does not come on the sensor. Presumably, then the aperture is full open.
I'm quite sure the cameras close the mechanical shutter when they are in sensor-off power saving mode or playback.
Sure?Not on my M3. The Senor is always visible. With a manual lens I can see the senor. Aperture is closed to minimum with EF lens. I looks like that same on G1x but I’m not sure.
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