Is it possible to make the G-11 remote capture using CHDK and the factory usb cord? I use 'capture one' which you can fire off the camera via the laptop and would love to have the G-11 be able to utilise this.
I think i dont understand the problem. The focus box only goes green if you half press the shooting button in shooting mode (and the camera is able to find focus in the area). What exactly do you mean with exit chdk?. Leaving the ALT-Mode via ALT-Key, or booting the camera without CHDK? If you are in ALT-Mode, i dont expect that you can focus via shooting button, because this button is used to start scripts in ALT-Mode.
Canon does not support the G11 via the Canon-SDK anymore, so it is not possible to do this via the "usual" software tools, available for older canon cameras. With CHDK you can trigger the camera to shoot, if you use the USB-Trigger way. To control thisvia software on the PC is not so easy. You need the posibillity to switch the powersupply on/off on your usb-port. I dont know if this is allready possible with a sw-tool.A possible solution could be to implement the PTP extension. But this is not done now for the G11. Also this way works only on 32-Bit Windows machines (the PTP Client software driver / USB-Lib need on the PC-Site is only available for 32-Bit windows). I dont know if there is client software available for linux or mac. As i have now only 64-Bit machines running, i currently dont have any intension to implement the PTP-Extension for the G11/S90. (Maybe i pick up this task if someone releases a stable running usblib for 64-bit windows). I tried in the past to get this stuff running for the G11, but it does not run very stable so i canceled any further implementation of the ptp-stuff.
CHDK does not "switch" over from one to another partition during shooting.During boot, CHDK checks if there is a second FAT32 partition avalaible. If so,ONLY this second partition is used to store the pictures.If you still got the pictures on the first (small) partition, you did something wrong by creating the SD-CARD.Maybe the second parition is not created, or not correctly formated, so that chdk is not able to detect a secondFAT32 partition and has to use the first small partition. If you have access to a windows pc, simply use the SDM-Installer. It will creates a corrected formated dual-partition SD-Card by a push of a button.
Well, good luck with your first job and home.That should take-up a lot of your time.The SDM installer can be used to prepare your card regardless of the firmware version.(If you want to try SDM for 100l I can upload a version for you.)David
Another odd ball question: What setting do I have wrong to make the lcd display an outline of the picture subjects, and a FROZEN msg appear?
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