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Some questions abt the SX20 is

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Some questions abt the SX20 is
« on: 29 / May / 2010, 03:59:46 »
Hi to all the Canon Pros....
My sx20is (1.02b) is still new and have installed and got the CHDK running fine...went thru all the menus and modifications and callibrations that can be done..

I am curious abt..

How to click single HDR images...i am a 3D visualisor working with 3D max and Vray rendering stuff..where we use HDR images for GI lighting and it possible to click such HDR images with this camera and with help of CHDK?

which are all the available working scripts...i did find a link somewhere where i could download lightning, motion detector, ultra intervalometer, HDRTime, and time lag.

some of them i figured out how to use them while the others are still a mystery to me . :(
are there any other script i am not aware of that work with this sx20is...

btw i am already glad and thankful for this CHDK release for sx20 is..though in beta is still great.

Also i was not able to locate and download the partitioning software for the SD card...i have a 8GB sandisk extreme which i want to partition with the suggested unequal partitions...please help me...

also if any tutorials available for the various scripts ...please help me find them...

Shomit Sarkar,

Re: Some questions abt the SX20 is
« Reply #1 on: 29 / May / 2010, 04:02:10 »
Also i dont know what is a DNG and how to view or edit RAW with the *.CRW extention....any help on that too...please   :)

Re: Some questions abt the SX20 is
« Reply #3 on: 30 / May / 2010, 12:07:13 »
wow...thanks...thats a lot to read but i will surely go thru them... :)

thank u again..

Re: Some questions abt the SX20 is
« Reply #4 on: 30 / May / 2010, 17:40:52 »
I didnt see being noted else where but this shutter speed stack worked perfectly on my SX20is and i tested it till a slow speed of 32 seconds exposure...will test it later for longer exposures....


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