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Night timelapse (was Re: considerations for SX260 external power supply for time lapse situations)

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What can I do to fix or investigate?

I would investigate the sleep line in the log after each run like in my plot.
Well, I saw this only on one of my SD cards. I don’t use this card for timelapse anymore…
See here my investigation:
https://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=12697.msg125978#new
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Tested with 0.21, worked OK!
Exposure went up to 17 seconds.
Thanks for fixing the issue!
« Last Edit: 05 / April / 2016, 03:54:17 by udo »

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In another run I lowered the overexposure fraction.
Now the exposure went to 20 seconds.  :)
So I guess all is set for a night timelapse outside somewhere.

 

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