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Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #80 on: 18 / November / 2009, 17:47:06 »
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would it be worth having an up to date list of features, with a link, on the WIKI?

Yes, the links in the Wiki are pointing to the very first versions of files as of 19 november 2009.
It could be great if author or interested person would keep the info up to date.

Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #81 on: 18 / November / 2009, 20:06:26 »
Is it possible to make the ISO below 100 and higher 3200? or even 1 / 8000 shutter speed?
« Last Edit: 18 / November / 2009, 21:57:05 by 021311 »

Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #82 on: 18 / November / 2009, 23:17:29 »
Is it possible to make the ISO below 100 and higher 3200? or even 1 / 8000 shutter speed?

I've asked about ISO below 100 and higher than 3200, and people said that this won't worked on XTi and probaly will not work on XT, maybe a hardware limitation of this version of digic processor.

About 1/8000, I think it's not possible by a mechanical limitation of the XT shutter.

Sorry about my bad english.

Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #83 on: 19 / November / 2009, 03:09:03 »
Is it possible to make the ISO below 100 and higher 3200? or even 1 / 8000 shutter speed?

I've asked about ISO below 100 and higher than 3200, and people said that this won't worked on XTi and probaly will not work on XT, maybe a hardware limitation of this version of digic processor.

About 1/8000, I think it's not possible by a mechanical limitation of the XT shutter.

Sorry about my bad english.

No worries, I could read it, it is good english. :D

Yes, like sergiomega said. Even if we force ISO 16 on software, the hardware will be executing base ISO + ISO16 = ISO116, just like 400D.
As for shutterspeed, it is hardware limit again. The reason why digital camera does not have this is that they do not have to flip up the mirror. If u like those function, do consider buying XXD series.

As for ISO 3200, in 350D, the actual ISO sensitivity is 4000 when it is at ISO3200. ISO3200 is already generating a fair amount of noise, even if we have an option to go ISO6400, I doubt the picture will turn out usable even if it is 100% working.

Remember, after this hack, Dig!c II is already making miracles.


Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #84 on: 19 / November / 2009, 04:52:51 »
As for ISO 3200, in 350D, the actual ISO sensitivity is 4000 when it is at ISO3200.

Do we have to set a 1/3 step exposure correction for that? Or does the camera automatics process this ISO value correctly?

Few tests I have made since yesterday, when I have successfully loaded firmware hack, did not show noticeable overexposure. But those were quick and dirty tests, so results might be screwed a bit.

Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #85 on: 19 / November / 2009, 21:13:02 »
Do we have to set a 1/3 step exposure correction for that? Or does the camera automatics process this ISO value correctly?

Yes, the camera process the exposure correctly. But the camera is actualy 1/3 step more sensitive than the value selected. But the mettering process everthing in the right way.

Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #86 on: 20 / November / 2009, 04:26:27 »
Yes, the camera process the exposure correctly.

Thank you for explanation. Good to know.

Could you, please, help pointing me to the right link for cyrustam's latest firmware hack?
maiohwmai's files are attached to the messages in this thread and I have downloaded and tried them all, but these are not, or I just don't have enough privileges to see them?

Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #87 on: 20 / November / 2009, 18:41:33 »
How come the new firmware is gone?


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Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #88 on: 20 / November / 2009, 19:05:37 »
I might know somebody who have a copy of them, but lets find out why they was deleted first. :-[

Re: 350d boot from cf card
« Reply #89 on: 20 / November / 2009, 21:24:49 »
I have all versions posted here in the original zip archives (some of then are no longer avaliable on the original posts).

Where I can upload the files?

 

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