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Porting: sd600/ixus60 1.00d (beta) | 1.00a (in progress)

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    Re: Porting: sd600/ixus60 1.00d (beta) | 1.00a (in progress)
    « Reply #90 on: 25 / January / 2009, 14:40:30 »
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    reyalp has it spot on, no firmware updates or bricking can occur. Read the FAQ and you should be sorted.

    Also Ive found CHDK doesnt do much for panoramic photography (aside raw photos, they mean you can be a little lazier with matching the exposures across images). I recommend Hugin for playing around with pano's, makes things easy as pie!

    Also I no longer have access to any sd600's to play around with, movie implementation is up to the masses now!

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    Re: Porting: sd600/ixus60 1.00d (beta) | 1.00a (in progress)
    « Reply #91 on: 25 / January / 2009, 22:24:35 »
    Oh great, thanks!
    So, on my 512MB card, how much space would be taken? :)

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    Re: Porting: sd600/ixus60 1.00d (beta) | 1.00a (in progress)
    « Reply #92 on: 25 / January / 2009, 22:36:36 »
    less than 1MB. Read the wiki http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK
    Don't forget what the H stands for.

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    Re: Porting: sd600/ixus60 1.00d (beta) | 1.00a (in progress)
    « Reply #93 on: 03 / April / 2010, 06:36:05 »
    Hi,
    I've got Ixus60 and wanted to use Remote Shooting via USB. CCouldn't find working implementaion, so I looked in chdk source and was really surprised about these easy to install and really good working toolchain :))

    I recoginzed that the USB Pwr Bit is located in
    physw_status[1] (0x8000000)
    I introduced
    Code: [Select]
    #define USB_MASK (0x8000000)and modified

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    int get_usb_power(int edge)
    {
    int x;

    if (edge) {
    if(physw_status[1] & USB_MASK)
    return 1;
    //return remote_key;
    };
    x = usb_power;
    usb_power = 0;
    return x;
    }
    now USB rmt is working, but I'm quite sure that this is not really good implementation. I've looked into sd300 & sd780 implementation, but these seem to be quite different.
    How is a good way to include that functionality in a clean way, so that it could be pushed back to chdk repos!?
    Is there any doc or link that may help!?
    Thanks in advance.
    Cheers.


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    Re: Porting: sd600/ixus60 1.00d (beta) | 1.00a (in progress)
    « Reply #94 on: 01 / August / 2010, 11:25:51 »
    I've downloaded  autobuild version 918 100d. Two battery issues.
    - The battery drains very fast. It looses about 1% every 6 seconds.
    - A fully charged battery only shows about 70% charged.

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    Re: Porting: sd600/ixus60 1.00d (beta) | 1.00a (in progress)
    « Reply #95 on: 01 / August / 2010, 17:01:50 »
    I've downloaded  autobuild version 918 100d. Two battery issues.
    - The battery drains very fast. It looses about 1% every 6 seconds.
    - A fully charged battery only shows about 70% charged.
    Is the actual battery life of the camera affected, or is this just the CHDK indicator ?

    If it's just the display, you can adjust the min and max values in settings.

    The sd600 port has the voltage high and low values 4110 and 3550, which seems a bit high to me. A battery fresh off the changer might be at 4110 but it will drop to ~4 very quickly. If it's an old battery (likely given how old this model is), it will do worse.

    You can adjust the voltages used for the CHDK display in OSD->Battery settings
    Don't forget what the H stands for.

     

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