D10 porting thread - page 2 - DryOS Development - CHDK Forum  

D10 porting thread

  • 131 Replies
  • 54496 Views
Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #10 on: 22 / June / 2010, 07:06:57 »
Advertisements
Quote
I have found that there is significant noise even at ISO 80. If you want to control ISO, why not use P instead of auto ? Or do you want auto ISO in a restricted range ?
Actually I am using the P mode and try to keep the ISO settings low. It works quiet well and I am getting decent pictures if you call all sharp and well lighted a good picture. After all it is not a camera for composed pictures ... I am really looking forward to my first under water pictures. Anyway, I would very much like to use CHDK for improved control (like you supposed a limit for ISO numbers in auto mode).

Regards, Holobert

*

Offline reyalp

  • ******
  • 12731
Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #11 on: 27 / June / 2010, 00:30:31 »
Bump, test build added, see first post.
Don't forget what the H stands for.

Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #12 on: 27 / June / 2010, 18:18:31 »
Which "full" build from the autobuild server do you download?  Didn't see the D10 listed. 

*

Offline reyalp

  • ******
  • 12731
Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #13 on: 27 / June / 2010, 19:13:39 »
Which "full" build from the autobuild server do you download?  Didn't see the D10 listed.  
Any camera, all files (except the readme) not included in the attached zip are generic.

edit:
But I forgot the attachment limits were increased. Full builds are now attached. The only difference from the previous build is that you can now override jpeg quality to get "super fine". If you use this the files will be bigger, I haven't actually verified that the quality is noticeably better.
« Last Edit: 27 / June / 2010, 19:21:28 by reyalp »
Don't forget what the H stands for.


Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #14 on: 28 / June / 2010, 18:17:11 »
Motion detection script DOES work.  I just tried it out on my hummingbird feeder.  Hummingbird triggered the camera.  2nd shot using the flash at dusk.
« Last Edit: 28 / June / 2010, 20:54:47 by sbpoole »

Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #15 on: 28 / June / 2010, 18:38:56 »

*

Offline reyalp

  • ******
  • 12731
Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #16 on: 28 / June / 2010, 23:33:24 »
« Last Edit: 28 / June / 2010, 23:36:14 by reyalp »
Don't forget what the H stands for.

Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #17 on: 29 / June / 2010, 17:07:28 »

This is normal on all CHDK cameras that have play / power buttons rather than a play/rec switch. To start in record mode, just hold the power button down a bit longer.

(the reason this happens is that the information of how the camera got started is lost by the time CHDK has loaded)

Thanks man! sorry for bothering :)


Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #18 on: 30 / June / 2010, 22:41:55 »
Anybody tried bracketing yet?  I've had no luck.  Would like to try my hand at some HDR images.  Also tried some bracketing scripts with no luck.  All exposures end up with exactly the same settings.  Could be I don't know WTF I'm doing!  May need some hand holding.  By the way, BIG thanks go to reyalp for bring this project to light.  Thank you for your hard work.

*

Offline reyalp

  • ******
  • 12731
Re: D10 porting thread
« Reply #19 on: 30 / June / 2010, 23:04:41 »
Anybody tried bracketing yet?  I've had no luck.  Would like to try my hand at some HDR images.
Bracketing in continuous mode works for me. There are probably some cases where the overrides aren't applied, like if you don't let the camera focus before you do a full press.

The way this is supposed to work:
- Set the value you want to bracket in the "bracketing in continuous mode" sub menu of the "extra photo operations" menu. For example, set 1 ev in "TV bracketing value."
- leave the menu and CHDK alt mode
- In the regular canon FUNC menu, select continuous mode.
- Hold the shutter down for as many exposures as you want to bracket.

As noted in the first post, when I tried this with raw enabled, the camera crashed. In P mode without raw enabled, it seems to work fine.
Don't forget what the H stands for.

 

Related Topics