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IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread

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Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #110 on: 29 / September / 2009, 18:48:08 »
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Like I said before, I'm graduating this December, and untill then, I'll be pretty busy. After that, if nobody else managed to get 1.00B out of their cameras, I will give it a shot.

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Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #111 on: 29 / September / 2009, 18:53:33 »
FWIWI, doing a new sub from an existing completed port is usually straightforward. See http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/Adding_support_of_a_new_firmware_version
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Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #112 on: 29 / September / 2009, 21:27:42 »
Does CHDK bracketing work only for RAW capture?  Is bracketing of JPG (other then native canon fw) done by script? 

Canon Models - SD300, SD780, & SX210

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Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #113 on: 29 / September / 2009, 21:41:39 »
Does CHDK bracketing work only for RAW capture?  Is bracketing of JPG (other then native canon fw) done by script? 
No, bracketing works whether or not you have raw enabled.
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Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #114 on: 29 / September / 2009, 22:02:19 »
« Last Edit: 29 / September / 2009, 22:14:10 by Mongomeri »

Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #115 on: 30 / September / 2009, 00:17:04 »
Can someone confirm that when doing zooming in a movie that when returning from digital zoom (reentering optical zoom) that you must stop the zoom lever and then continue. 

IE - When on the SD780 I zoom to 12x (3 optical * 4 digital); when returning to 0 zoom i have to let the lever alone at the boundary of the optical and digital zooms?   If this is not the case on other cameras I have a bug to fix otherwise I don't.  LOL

Thanks,
Harpo
Canon Models - SD300, SD780, & SX210

Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #116 on: 30 / September / 2009, 03:00:58 »
This one is missing on bug-list:
- in video mode the (half-pressed) AF Key doesn't work.

As far as I know, a half-pressed AF key should trigger an auto-focus run in (hacked!) video mode.

Jens

Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #117 on: 30 / September / 2009, 07:22:45 »
Can someone confirm that when doing zooming in a movie that when returning from digital zoom (reentering optical zoom) that you must stop the zoom lever and then continue. 

Works that way on my cam! It would be nice if it also stopped when zooming-in. Right now it pauses for a moment, and than digital zoom kicks in. Do you think you could add an option to block digital zoom in video mode? There is such a function for photo-shooting.

And I think that you have introduced a new BUG - when shooting picture in RAW format, the camera shuts down after saving the picture on the card. Only RAW is saved, without JPG.


Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #118 on: 30 / September / 2009, 09:52:40 »
@mstawick - There is a canon fw item for disabling the digital zoom.  Is there a reason that does not fit your need?  If so I'll look to adding an option for disabling digital zoom in video.

I also agree I have added a new bug in the raw processing.  LOL   must have been when i merge in 810 changes.  I'll take a look tonight and release v7.  I was using all non-raw during my bracketing testing.
Canon Models - SD300, SD780, & SX210

Re: IXUS 100 IS (Europe) / PowerShot SD780 IS - Porting Thread
« Reply #119 on: 30 / September / 2009, 10:08:26 »
@Harpo
Sorry, I'm retarded ;) I disabled digital zoom being in shooting mode, then switched to video-recording mode. I thought that it was a global setting. Everything is cool now, that I disabled digital zoom in video-recording mode. I hate digital zoom, it should have never been invented  >:(

It's extremely cool that you managed to fix autobooting - loading firmware every time you want to take a photo would be a bit annoying.

 

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