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Could I achieve this , if I disable autofocus (I unterstand, that CHDK can make me focus manually?)? Or would this bring me only closer, that is, make the delay shorter, but still dependend on the time, that the camera needs to adjust?
So is there any way to make the release a totally safe issue, that means: a one-contact-release only?
Could I achieve this , if I disable autofocus (I unterstand, that CHDK can make me focus manually?)? Or would this bring me only closer, that is, make the delay shorter, but still depended on the time, that the camera needs to adjust?
Otherwise the only possibility I see would be a second circuit with a time switch, to make sure about a constant release.
This seems like a good application for the "hold down half press, click full" approach. ...Waterwingz probably has a better idea of how to accomplish this using the remote code.
Could anyone give me a short idiots guide of how to arrive at my goal to focus manually? I've found the MF-test sheet, where the a2300 is listed. But i have no idea, what this means. Actually i also don't know how to get a script running.
This came up a few months ago. It would be quite easy to add an output control module to the USB remote code to do this. The only messy part would be deciding when to release the "half press". After a user defined delay ( range 10 seconds to two minutes maybe ?) Or maybe after two quick USB remote presses to indicate a cancel ( less that 0.5 seconds apart)?Edit : what about USB=5V initiates the half press and then USB=0V goes to full press. If you then re-assert the 5V within 2 seconds, the sequence continues with half press held. Otherwise the half press is released and everything resets.
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