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hacking Canon EOS 1000D

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Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #30 on: 10 / September / 2009, 18:23:24 »
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I doubt it, the buffer seems to be small enough (I got my hands on a broken 1000D and opened it up, for the laugh)

Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #31 on: 11 / September / 2009, 12:42:07 »
is the buffer so much smaller then in a 450D ?? i can't imagine...

Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #32 on: 11 / September / 2009, 13:35:51 »
From my poking around, I'm fairly sure it's only a 16MB buffer which is inline with the 3/second JPEG and 1.5/second RAW.

Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #33 on: 20 / September / 2009, 16:36:45 »
Why there is no progress ? Nobody's working on it ?


Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #34 on: 21 / September / 2009, 15:15:19 »
Hi,

I've seen some progress in DSLR development for the EOS 300d (ISO 3200) and the 400d (ISO 3200, Spot Metering etc.) and am wondering whether ist would be possible to port that stuff to the EOS 1000d as it runs basically the same OS?
Has anyone started working on this so far?

I would highly appreciate the possibility to use Spot Metering and ISO 3200 on the 1000d.

Cheers!

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holamanola

Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #35 on: 21 / September / 2009, 15:59:11 »
Everyone would like to have CHDK in a DSRL.

But if no one has a 1000D AND programming skills, we are going to ask every month why there's no progress and no replay at all.

Instead of asking, we could start a "database" of people with a 1000D and the courage to test experimental firmwares.

Perhaps we could catch the attention of some developers.



Thanks to a guy named "Gratiz" (Who was interested in hacking the 1000D, according to what I found in this forum), we already have firmware dumps and strings:

Dump: http://chdk.wikia.com/index.php?title=Special:Outbound&u=http%3A%2F%2Fdrop.io%2Fchdkdumps3%2Fasset%2F14-05-2009-by-gratiz-1000d-fw-1-0-5-7z
Strings: http://chdk.wikia.com/index.php?title=Special:Outbound&u=http%3A%2F%2Fdrop.io%2Fhl8lszo%2Fasset%2Fstrings-1000d-txt


There are more links in the 1000D page of the CHDK wiki.



Anyone with programming skills here?

Gratiz dude, any ideas? Pretty please with sugar in the top?

(Btw, I tried to decompile the bin file with W32dasm, but no success. Anyway I suck at programming)
« Last Edit: 21 / September / 2009, 16:05:04 by holamanola »

Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #36 on: 23 / September / 2009, 18:21:15 »
I'm willing to use my 1000D to help test out firmwares.

Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #37 on: 24 / September / 2009, 02:32:22 »
Me too (as long as it doesn't have the potential to "permanently" brick the camera).

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emre


Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #38 on: 27 / September / 2009, 08:33:21 »
sorry atm i dont have time to work on this anymore :/ (have to finish my studies). but its not a big deal to port the 400d hack to the 1000D. all that needs to be done is to find the functions offset inside the 1000D firmware. you can use a dumped 400D firmware for that and ida pro to search for the functions. then you need to enable the boot from sd card flag which should be the same as for the 400D (but better check my firmware dump to get sure) .. and thats all. maybe i will find some time in the next months to finish the port.

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holamanola

Re: hacking Canon EOS 1000D
« Reply #39 on: 27 / September / 2009, 13:00:25 »
sorry atm i dont have time to work on this anymore :/ (have to finish my studies). but its not a big deal to port the 400d hack to the 1000D. all that needs to be done is to find the functions offset inside the 1000D firmware. you can use a dumped 400D firmware for that and ida pro to search for the functions. then you need to enable the boot from sd card flag which should be the same as for the 400D (but better check my firmware dump to get sure) .. and thats all. maybe i will find some time in the next months to finish the port.

I failed quite a lot while trying to load the dump into IDA.

If no one here has programming skills, I guess we will have to wait :(

 

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