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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #160 on: 22 / December / 2017, 15:22:46 »
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I have checked in a minor improvement that should allow using the "bracketing in continuous mode" feature in CHDK menu, without crashes. Tv, Av, ISO bracketing should work. Focus bracketing is still not possible due to lack of focus control - but selecting this should no longer trigger an assert.
Updated builds are available at the usual place.

Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #161 on: 28 / December / 2017, 14:37:21 »
I have checked in a minor improvement that should allow using the "bracketing in continuous mode" feature in CHDK menu, without crashes. Tv, Av, ISO bracketing should work.
How does TV bracketing on M10 works? Does the M10 have a custom timer?
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https://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=12863.msg134727#msg134727
 
Focus bracketing is still not possible due to lack of focus control - but selecting this should no longer trigger an assert.
Do you see a chance that it will ever work? Would be really interesting with a real macro lens ...
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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #162 on: 28 / December / 2017, 15:12:16 »
How does TV bracketing on M10 works?
It worked when I tried.
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Does the M10 have a custom timer?
Yes, it does (odd that it's omitted from the M3).
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Focus bracketing is still not possible due to lack of focus control - but selecting this should no longer trigger an assert.
Do you see a chance that it will ever work? Would be really interesting with a real macro lens ...
Traditional focus related Powershot firmware functions do not work (I've no idea why are they even included). It's possible that some newly introduced ones would, but I have not done research into those. AFAIK, focus distance feedback is not necessarily a feature of an EF(...) lens, so whatever can be implemented also depends on lens.

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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #163 on: 28 / December / 2017, 16:09:14 »
Do you see a chance that it will ever work? Would be really interesting with a real macro lens ...

You can play with EFLensCom.* event procedures to control your lens.
For example type in chdkptp: lua call_event_proc("EFLensCom.FocusSearchFar")


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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #164 on: 30 / December / 2017, 16:53:21 »
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This command moves the focus 2500 steps forward with speed 10:
lua call_event_proc("EFLensCom.MoveFocus",2500,10)

The total quantity of steps is different for various lenses and it looks like camera doesn't know this number. At least I did't find anything similar in lens reports generated by corresponding functions...

But we can get some info:
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Subject Distance Near = 13 cm
Subject Distance Far  = 14 cm
Defocus Near = 1 mm
Defocus Far  = 6 mm

Target: 2500, Speed: 10

Focus Move Complete!!

Subject Distance Near = 232 cm
Subject Distance Far  = 316 cm
Defocus Near = 5 mm
Defocus Far  = 1 mm

Target: 2500, Speed: 10

Focus Move Complete!!

Subject Distance Near = 65535 cm
Subject Distance Far  = 65535 cm
Defocus Near = 6 mm
Defocus Far  = 1 mm
« Last Edit: 31 / December / 2017, 15:22:07 by Ant »

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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #165 on: 14 / January / 2018, 14:35:54 »
Firmware version 110g is now supported, the 110f port turned out to be compatible. Download is attached to the usual post.

 

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