I guess something about the way CHDK hooks work doesn't allow it to run at the full continuous speed.
Not only that. I once took a simple test script. The quick mode is faster than the continuous mode.Quick Mode => 0.53sContinuous Mode => 0.65sThis is only the case with the M100. With all my other cameras the continuous mode is faster or the same as the quick mode.
it likely has more to do with the port than the script.
for i=1,ui_shots do
If I've seen that correctly, then you can increase the interval in the following loop, right?Code: [Select]for i=1,ui_shots do
What do you do with the following command before the loop? Set on the maximum interval?Code: [Select]hook_shoot.set(2000+interval)
I now had a situation where the script really started swinging. I couldn't even fix that in Lightroom anymore.
Why did over-exposure drop to 0? I don't know, would probably have to look at the individua frames.
I have now marked all parts of the image in red, where the RAW values are> 15000. As you can see, there is a large plateau there. Small EV changes ensure that the area is sometimes overexposed and sometimes not.
Maybe ev_change_max = 32 was too big.
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