I’ve spent a day trying to get to the bottom of some strangeness in using ISO bracketing in continuous mode, on various cams.
What I see and I don’t understand is that if I set up the custom timer for two images and set bracketing in con mode in CHDK to, say, 1600, the cam takes the two brackets, ie at base ISO and the 1600, the reported canon exposure reports the base cam values, ie the 125 and not the 1600, but the image on the screen is clearly th3 1600 one, ie bright.
f I then review the images via PLAY the images look good, and when I go back to the live view the image returns to the base image.
Can someone throw some education my way, as its driving me insane and I wish to use bracketing in con mode in a new script I’m writing.
If I do the same, but with ISO bracketing, at 670, which should be around 800, and repeat, the on screen, canon reported exposure on screen is the correct, ie Tv and ISO, but the screen brightness is like the higher ISO is in effect.
Screen brightness when? After the shooting completes?
@reyalp QuoteScreen brightness when? After the shooting completes? Yes.As I say, I'm not using this in a script, 'just' accessing bracketing in continuous mode via the shutter.
I hate to say this, but it looks like a 'bug'
other than going in and out of Play.
"Yes. A very old bug."Does that mean I will have to live with it?Or will/could it be fixed in a future update?
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