00310870: UI:LogicalEvent:0x1162:adr:0,Para:000310870: UI:USBDisconnect00310880: PTPRspnd.ShutDownPTPFrameworkClient00310880: ShowCameraLog00310890: UI:ShtCon_Shut 00310890: UI:DSIC:4,0 00310890: SS:AFUL00310890: SS:AFUL*00310890: UI:DSIC:1c,0 00310890: UI:ScreenLock00310890: UI:ScreenUnLock00310890: UI:ScreenLock 00310890: UI:Reduce ScreenUnLock00310890: UI:ScreenLock00310890: UI:Reduce ScreenUnLock00310890: SS: Raw00310900: SS: Raw 00310900: SS: Raw00310900: UI:ScreenLock00310900: UI:ScreenUnLock00310900: UI:_StopBlinkSelfTimerLamp00310900: UI:AC:RecOff00310900: UI:ShutdownRecMode00310900: UI:UI_StrobeCon_Stop00310900: SS:ISChg00310900: UI:ScreenLock00310900: UI:Reduce ScreenUnLock00310900: UI:ExitRecModeBeforeStopEVF 00310900: UI:LogicalEvent:0x3007:adr:0,Para:000310900: UI:ShutdownMovieController00310900: UIFS_ChangeShootState00310900: UI:MovieState:0x000310900: UI:ShtCon_Shut 00310900: UI:_StopBlinkSelfTimerLamp00310910: UI:CC_ShtdwnRec00310910: UI:DispSwCon_MuteOnPhysicalScreen00310920: UI:Window MuteOn00310920: UI:MuteOnPhysicalScreen00310920: UI:DispSwCon_TurnOffBackLight00310920: UI:TurnOffBackLight00310930: UI:AC:ShtDwnRec00310930: SS:#Rec
00857120: UI:Button:0x000010B4:DisconnectUSBCable00857120: UI:USBDisconnect00857120: PTPRspnd.ShutDownPTPFrameworkClient00861650: ShowCameraLog
I am playing with the "usb_force_active" command but the situation where the USB cable is disconnected is different:Code: [Select]00857120: UI:Button:0x000010B4:DisconnectUSBCable00857120: UI:USBDisconnect00857120: PTPRspnd.ShutDownPTPFrameworkClient00861650: ShowCameraLog
<snip>Shoot photos (usually for 20-30mins at 20 shots/min) <snip>The issue is that I am still getting partial photosets - the cameras are stopping taking photos for some reason. The timing of this is quite random. Sometimes it doesn't happen and we get all 400 odd photos, sometimes it does and we get some random fewer number.<snip>Anyone have any ideas?
I have confirmed that the cameras are in fact turning themselves off. So I need to figure out why. It does not appear that there is a ROMLOG being generated. Is there a good way to determine what the "last shutdown reason" is through PTP?
Quote from: arsenix on 26 / February / 2017, 11:13:16I have confirmed that the cameras are in fact turning themselves off. So I need to figure out why. It does not appear that there is a ROMLOG being generated. Is there a good way to determine what the "last shutdown reason" is through PTP?In general, unexpected shutdowns like this are the camera crashing.The only record would be a romlog. You are certain that there is no romlog created? You have to download it to the SD card using the CHDK menu (or eventprocs). The timestamp in the romlog should tell you if it was from the your crash. If your camera clock isn't set correctly, be sure to account for that.
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