Hi everyone, i have a Ixus 75 (sd750) and it have a build in intervalometer that can take only picture at 640x480, and the interval can only be setted to 1 or 2 seconds.Is there a way to use this build-in intervalometer but changeing the inerval on the shoots?
I'd like to kwon also if, with a script, there is the possibility to use this build in intervalometer with variable shutter speed, something to take sunset time lapse for example.
Hello & welcome, Markeight !It should be doable in a script, use propset #165
There are several time lapse scripts, also some for sunset time lapse, here in the forum...with a script you can adjust whatever you want......try the forum search function with "sunset time lapse".
rem override Canon intervall, Digic III prop165, value in ms@title propcase@param a propid@default a 165@param b new value in s@default b 5b = b *1000get_prop a cprint "Old value : " , cset_prop a b print "Now set to: " , bsleep 2000end
The Manual mode give me the possibility to bring the exposure up to 15 second, but i'd like to have more.In chdk "Extra photo operation" i can set the Aperture up to 28.40 sec, but than my camera still uses the 15 second on the manual mode.
I know you're going to hate me for all my questions, but i'm new to chdk...forgive me
1) My Ixus seems to have no video compression (7 minutes at 640x480 and 30fps takes up to 1gb).With CHDK i can set the quality from 1 to 99, but i was wondering which is the lowest value i can set without compromising the video quality?
2)The camera has an option to record video @ 60 fps, but only in 320x240 mode.Is there a script that allows to record 640x480 videos at 60fps?
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