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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #90 on: 13 / April / 2017, 20:47:18 »
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Thanks for the dump.
on the Canon website there is a 1.1.0 firmware created on 18th March 2016 - it seems it is the 1.1.0f since if I try to up/downgrade using this firmware I get a strange answer 'Update already' and updating process seems not to run
That really is the 110d firmware. Apparently only the official part of the firmware version is checked when updating, which is 1.1.0 in both cases.

Compared the dumps. The main firmware is different enough to require a separate port. Strangely, the bootloader is different too.
Build date of 110f is "Sep 29 2016", 110d is "Mar 18 2016".

Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #91 on: 14 / April / 2017, 01:37:14 »
greeting everyone!

you've done great work so far!

i just bought a ref M10, so i want to be tester of your porting!

and.....i have question for the unofficial release, is the intervalometer feature working yet?

Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #92 on: 14 / April / 2017, 02:25:28 »
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That really is the 110d firmware. Apparently only the official part of the firmware version is checked when updating, which is 1.1.0 in both cases.


maybe a downgrade to 1.0.0 works then an upgrade to 110d - I could give this a try if there is a 1.0.x version available somewhere


greetings
Zweistein

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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #93 on: 14 / April / 2017, 06:42:18 »
i just bought a ref M10, so i want to be tester of your porting!
First, you need to determine the firmware version of your camera. If it displays less than 1.1.0 in the camera menu, use the official upgrade (from the Canon support site) to update it - it will then be compatible with the release attached to this post.
If it currently displays 1.1.0, it may or may not be compatible (as you can read a few posts above yours).
Get a JPEG image shot with the camera, using a card reader. You can then use an application like STICK to check the firmware version. If you're comfortable with command line, you can also use ExifTool on the image.
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and.....i have question for the unofficial release, is the intervalometer feature working yet?
Intervalometer scripts should work. I'm currently researching why CHDK exposure overrides become ineffective when the shutter is kept halfway down for a longer time.

maybe a downgrade to 1.0.0 works then an upgrade to 110d - I could give this a try if there is a 1.0.x version available somewhere
As far as I know, the 1.1.0 update is the only official one.


Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #94 on: 16 / April / 2017, 09:09:49 »
Hello ,
I receved the eos m 10 camera and  he has also the 1.1.0f firmware by stick software information but only 1.1.0  by the camera information .
I think that all  recently M10 cameras on the market have this new firmware 1.1.0f .
I dont know if chdk work on this new firmware because i forgot to buy a SD read card.
My micro car for tablet pc with adapter does not work with this camera .

I would like to work at portage but I do not understand much.

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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #95 on: 16 / April / 2017, 09:48:53 »
I think that all  recently M10 cameras on the market have this new firmware 1.1.0f .
Yes, that's likely.
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I dont know if chdk work on this new firmware because
The current port will not work on 110f.

I do plan to add support for 110f eventually, but I'd like to solve the exposure override problem first.

Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #96 on: 16 / April / 2017, 10:08:50 »
I think that all  recently M10 cameras on the market have this new firmware 1.1.0f .
Yes, that's likely.
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I dont know if chdk work on this new firmware because
The current port will not work on 110f.

I do plan to add support for 110f eventually, but I'd like to solve the exposure override problem first.

I hope you will succeed for new firmware but may be they try (canon) to block the portage and if i can do something to help.

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Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #97 on: 16 / April / 2017, 10:44:07 »
I hope you will succeed for new firmware but may be they try (canon) to block the portage and if i can do something to help.
Watch this thread, and when I post a test version for 110f, please test and report whether it works.
Canon (luckily) doesn't seem to care about CHDK. We would have noticed if they did.


Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #98 on: 16 / April / 2017, 11:07:51 »
I hope you will succeed for new firmware but may be they try (canon) to block the portage and if i can do something to help.
Watch this thread, and when I post a test version for 110f, please test and report whether it works.
Canon (luckily) doesn't seem to care about CHDK. We would have noticed if they did.

Ok ,I will try your new portage and I will keep you informed.
In fact I would like to increase the exposure time and the isos for the live view of the stars and fix the camera on my telescope.
And also the long time exposure for astrophotography.

I will try to ask you the impossible.

Watch this:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJ89rp-TKyA

Thanks for all.

Re: eos M10 port
« Reply #99 on: 16 / April / 2017, 11:12:30 »
Https Link do not work ,type "A5000 astro YouTube" on google.

 

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