Developer-friendly / experimental branch (dataghost)

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Re: Developer-friendly / experimental branch (dataghost)
« Reply #140 on: 28 / March / 2014, 03:48:11 »
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Hi,

thanks to all,

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Since these may directly control hardware, caution is advised.

I think I have no chance - I can try calling ISautoCenter from lua or not.
If I don't do it I will never see what happens - right?
But if I execute it what can I expect? What will be the result? Can I see the centering function on the cams monitor or is it a hidden process? Can I judge the result somehow?

2 x IXUS 860IS 100c
2 x Powershot S110 103a

Re: Developer-friendly / experimental branch (dataghost)
« Reply #141 on: 28 / March / 2014, 05:51:37 »
Can I see the centering function on the cams monitor

Yes.
I tried using the IS functions with a pair of S95's to set the stereo divergence point without toeing-in the cameras.

However, the amount of image shift was too small for my application.


David

Re: Developer-friendly / experimental branch (dataghost)
« Reply #142 on: 24 / November / 2018, 11:54:08 »
Hello dataghost


Please can you repost the link to your experimental branch dealing with the control of the IS (i.e. controlling the lens center and so on).


Thanks


toinech

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Re: Developer-friendly / experimental branch (dataghost)
« Reply #143 on: 24 / November / 2018, 16:15:55 »
Please can you repost the link to your experimental branch dealing with the control of the IS (i.e. controlling the lens center and so on).
That build was posted 10 years ago. Dataghost has not been active on the forum in a long time.

You can call the IS functions using call_func_ptr or call_event_proc in any current CHDK build. You can find known functions in the funcs_by_*.csv for your port.
Don't forget what the H stands for.


 

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