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script request: unlimited timelapse with overheat protection

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Offline fudgey

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Re: script request: unlimited timelapse with overheat protection
« Reply #10 on: 09 / January / 2009, 16:27:52 »
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My version of fbonomi's variable exposure timelapse script logs temperature, among other things.

http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php/topic,2156.msg23247.html#msg23247

If shut_down() command exists in lua (and why wouldn't it, I'm just too lazy to check for you right now), it's easy to shut down the camera after a comparison with the temperatures if you wish.

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Offline PhyrePhoX

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Re: script request: unlimited timelapse with overheat protection
« Reply #11 on: 09 / January / 2009, 16:56:15 »
according to the other chdk in the straosphere thread (not fbonomis), the sensors minimum "resolution" is -20. search the forum, i think he put his cam in the freezer. (or did he said it in irc? dunno).

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Offline fbonomi

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Re: script request: unlimited timelapse with overheat protection
« Reply #12 on: 09 / January / 2009, 23:37:19 »
I am pretty sure the minimum temperature value we can get from the sensor on the Ixus 80 is -8 .

Look at the curve getting flat here:




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Offline barret

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Re: script request: unlimited timelapse with overheat protection
« Reply #13 on: 10 / January / 2009, 08:44:03 »
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I am pretty sure the minimum temperature value we can get from the sensor on the Ixus 80 is -8 .
so i'm happy i have s3, not ixus ;)

anyway, thanks for your answers, it seems like i have found what i was looking for.

thanks for your assistance, especially fudgey for his script :)


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Offline PhyrePhoX

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Re: script request: unlimited timelapse with overheat protection
« Reply #14 on: 10 / January / 2009, 10:13:37 »
I am pretty sure the minimum temperature value we can get from the sensor on the Ixus 80 is -8 .

Look at the curve getting flat here:





well, ur right: Ixus70 operating temps
wasnt -20, was -10 :)

 

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