set the interval in Interval.lua to 1 second, and this seems to be too fast for the camera and script to deal with. Looking at the capture times of the images it appears that the fastest the script/camera could achieve was 1 shot every 2 ½ seconds.
I also noticed some flickering especially when clouds were covering the sun, I am wondering if this was because the camera was too rushed and not setting the exposure properly. It appears that with this script/camera combo, a 3 second interval might be the quickest one possible to get consistent results.
The sequence started while it was cloudy which explains the image looking flat, but I think it still does as the light changes, is this a by product of this script?
There are a lot of variables in this script, that I still don't quite understand yet. Will have to experiment more.
This time I turned on the DR function in the Canon firmware, and also had the EV +⅓ again canon firmware (don't know if this will affect the script though),
The look I am looking for would be a bit less exposure in the sky/clouds, and the deep shadows not so blocked up and let the overall exposure go up or down a bit with the changing light.
The EV shift you mention is this in the script or the canon firmware?
I just started another test that will cover sunset (same boring view, not looking at the sun) before I read your response and in it I changed the Bv Ev shift base Bv to 9 instead of previous (read in one of the forums that 10 would be noonish) but the area is still 90%.
If I were to try and cover a sunrise were I could potentially have the sun go through the frame what settings would you recommend?
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