but I guess, this is conform to the chdks manual. There is written, that also the exif info would be wrong = set to the maximum value, which are just plausible for the camera.If I take photos with 1/100k they are very dark -- therefore, the Tv is much higher than 1/4000... but to know the real Tv, one has to take test shots under constant lightning conditions with different TVs.to know exactly the override values, you could display them with chdk in the display.
I tried to manually activate/deactivate the override values via HalfPress+DOWN (or HalfPress+UP = G7)... but both procedures didn't work.
First check whether Disable Overrides is set to OFF,then try other half-press key combinations, e.g. half-press + left (Ixus series)...With the correct key you'll see NO OVERRIDES on the OSD...
Have looked at the exif data using the above tool, and it seems that the Tv has maxed out at 1/4,000 on all the shots I took, even when the override was set to a much faster value. Any ideas?
Yeah, although the canon firmware is able to display correctly higher apertures when I use the override aperture function - e.g. the canon firmware will display an aperture of 11 , when without chdk running too, it can't get that slow.
I can override Tv for values lower than 1/4k, but anything faster that doesn't work.
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