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SD1200 IS Porting Thread

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Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #250 on: 04 / February / 2011, 08:37:42 »
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Is bracketing in continuous mode working?

When I enable "TV Bracketing" and shoot in manual mode using the camera's continuous mode, it doesn't change the exposure for each photo.

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Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #251 on: 17 / March / 2011, 06:28:45 »
@zeke...yes it works, do u want the step by step instructions?
CanonIxus 95IS/sd1200

Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #252 on: 19 / March / 2011, 07:22:34 »
Please, does anyone know how to change colors of the games? They are a mess actually, almost unusable.
Thank you.

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Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #253 on: 27 / March / 2011, 23:31:19 »
whats up guys this is tillo back again, I've been checking on all of the new stuff you got and I see some big changes like sokoban finally working (really?), usb trigger taking pictures (in my camera going loop when not using a script), resolution is great so grids are clean, scripts still as flawless as allways, no optical zoom at video (I don't remember well but I think we had that covered already) nice dof using combinezm all else stills the same (I think) tell me what you think of video zoom, am I imaginating things or did I really had it?


Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #254 on: 17 / April / 2011, 09:15:02 »
@abhay
Yes please, I would be very grateful.

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Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #255 on: 17 / April / 2011, 11:28:20 »
pretty simple @zeke, 1) in extra photo operations in main menu, set the disable overrides value to off 2)select the include autoiso & bracketimg 3)u may set an override shutter speed value to say 1/4 sec and its value factor to 1      4)override iso value value factor to off         5)bracketing in continuous mode tv bracketing value to lets say 1Ev at the moment and bracketing type to +/-.

bring the cam to shoot mode again and ensure that it is in continuos shoot mode, then keep the shutter pressed for as many shots as u want, say 3,5,7 etc, it will shoot with variable exposures for each shot by varying the shutter speeds like 1/4(initial),0.5,1/8,1,1/15,2,1/30 secs etc
CanonIxus 95IS/sd1200

Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #256 on: 18 / April / 2011, 10:39:00 »
Thank you very much, but is there an option or script which shoots continuous photos with only one pressing of the shutter button?

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Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #257 on: 18 / April / 2011, 12:22:10 »
Try the custom timer option. Specify the delay until the first exposure and the number of exposures. I find that this works using SDM, but not CHDK (for HDR using bracketing)
Ixus 300HS S100


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Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #258 on: 19 / April / 2011, 03:30:57 »
@zeke thanks, yes you can do with script also, try the HDR bracketing script
CanonIxus 95IS/sd1200

Re: SD1200 IS Porting Thread
« Reply #259 on: 04 / May / 2011, 17:41:35 »
Try the custom timer option. Specify the delay until the first exposure and the number of exposures. I find that this works using SDM, but not CHDK (for HDR using bracketing)

I agree that HDR bracketing in SDM seems to work with the custom canon/native timer, but the normal CHDK ( http://mighty-hoernsche.de/bins/ixus95_sd1200-100c-0.9.9-1173-full_BETA.zip ) doesn't.  Without it, it's kinda pointless since I have the shakes :'(

I've tried nearly every script I could find and none of the delays work or the actual bracketing didn't work.


 

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