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Re: SD980 beta release
« Reply #260 on: 20 / June / 2011, 07:32:08 »
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Well the zebra looks really weird but at least the edge overlay is recognizable so lets start there.
What does the edge overlay look like if the camera image size is set to 16:9 (again a photo would help)?
Phil.

I'm not sure that one can actually change the size of the live view image. Think it is fixed at 4:3.

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Re: SD980 beta release
« Reply #261 on: 20 / June / 2011, 07:46:56 »
Well the zebra looks really weird but at least the edge overlay is recognizable so lets start there.
What does the edge overlay look like if the camera image size is set to 16:9 (again a photo would help)?
Phil.

I'm not sure that one can actually change the size of the live view image. Think it is fixed at 4:3.

The sensor is 4:3; but according to the manual (pg. 73) you can change the image size to 'W' (widescreen) which should be a 16:9 image (4000 x 2248 pixels). This will capture a cropped portion of the sensor.

If it works like the Ixus 1000 then the image should fill the live view area.

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Re: SD980 beta release
« Reply #262 on: 20 / June / 2011, 08:05:25 »
Ah okay, I understand. Will have a look at it when i'm back home.   Simon

Re: SD980 beta release
« Reply #263 on: 20 / June / 2011, 14:39:07 »
Okay, here are edge overlay test photos i've taken with wide screen live view size.
Hope they help as motives and quality are kind of [admin: avoid swearing please]. So if you need something specific, please let me know.


Re: SD980 beta release
« Reply #264 on: 20 / June / 2011, 19:18:22 »
With lots of help from philmoz,  here's a new Beta version that we hope will address some of the problems with zebra & edge overlay.

IXUS200-SD980 firmware 1.01C Beta 8

Also,  can anybody confirm they have RAW and DNG working ?

Edit :  now at Beta 9 or higher
« Last Edit: 20 / June / 2011, 23:56:29 by waterwingz »
Ported :   A1200    SD940   G10    Powershot N    G16

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Re: SD980 beta release Shooting Raw and DNG
« Reply #265 on: 20 / June / 2011, 19:53:39 »
I enabled RAW and DNG. It's not saving RAW files now. Earlier betas were savings RAWs. It is saving DNG files however. They also seem to be properly formed. I opened one up in photoshop.

I created a badpixel.bin using the camera. It seems to have actually saved the two shots it takes to do that. I don't remember that being the case on my a480.


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Re: SD980 beta release
« Reply #266 on: 20 / June / 2011, 19:56:06 »
This release has working bracketing for me. That's a huge one for me. Thanks for getting this so far.

I've just barely tested this beta, but so far it's looking really good.

Thanks again to everyone involved with this.

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Re: SD980 beta release more RAW and DNG
« Reply #267 on: 20 / June / 2011, 20:02:09 »
If I turn off DNG saving I do get RAW files. Maybe this is how it is supposed to work?


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Re: SD980 beta release Bracketing with custom timer
« Reply #268 on: 20 / June / 2011, 20:17:12 »
Upon playing around with bracketing some more, I've found that Tv bracketing doesn't work with the custom timer set to multiple shots. It only works with regular continuous mode with the shutter button held down.

I suppose I can get by with a script to do steady brackets.

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Re: SD980 beta release
« Reply #269 on: 20 / June / 2011, 20:55:44 »
Here are two sets of images. One is a DNG and the corresponding JPG file. The second is a RAW and the JPG.

https://sites.google.com/site/tylervagle/files/IMG_0002.JPG
https://sites.google.com/site/tylervagle/files/CRW_0002.DNG

https://sites.google.com/site/tylervagle/files/IMG_0010.JPG
https://sites.google.com/site/tylervagle/files/CRW_0010.CR2

Both sets are of the same scene with the same lighting and exposure.

It is kind of impressive how much post processing the camera is doing to the RAW. the DNG is a nice middle ground. I shot these at maximum zoom out. ISO 80. You can probably see all that in the exif.

 

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