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PROPCASE_FOCUS_MODE

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Offline RaduP

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PROPCASE_FOCUS_MODE
« on: 09 / October / 2009, 23:42:27 »
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What exactly is it supposed to do, and how does it change with different focus modes?
On my A570 it is supposed to be 12, and on my SD980 133.
It is used in shooting_get_focus_mode() by shooting_can_focus() to determine if manual focus is available or not.
prop 133 on my SD980 is 0, but 123 changes the values from 1 to 6 when pressing the shutter button.
For A570, prop 12 never changes the value.

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Re: PROPCASE_FOCUS_MODE
« Reply #1 on: 10 / October / 2009, 07:54:24 »
A710 (DIGIC II):
Prop 12 changes according to MF mode.
0=Auto
1=MF
It should have been called get MF mode :)

Prop 11 however says something about the focus mode:
0=Auto
1=Macro
 3=Infinity ?
4=MF
 5=Super Macro ?
SD1000 (DIGIC III)
Prop 133 is always 0 for me... (but the cam doesnt have an MF mode, so this might be the correct value for MF)
Prop 123 is always 1 for me...
Prop 6 however says something about the focus mode:
0=Auto
1=Macro
3=Infinity
 4=MF ?
5=Super Macro
A710 - SD1000(IXUS70)

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Re: PROPCASE_FOCUS_MODE
« Reply #2 on: 10 / October / 2009, 14:41:39 »
Ok, thanks! On my A570 AND SD980 prop 6 also changes with the focus mode. The other props do not seem to be affected.

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Re: PROPCASE_FOCUS_MODE
« Reply #3 on: 10 / October / 2009, 16:46:24 »
Ok, now I finally got it, I totally missed the "!" in the following line:
#if !CAM_CAN_SD_OVER_NOT_IN_MF && CAM_CAN_SD_OVERRIDE

And it didn't make any sense :)


 

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