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Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!

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Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #60 on: 28 / March / 2012, 09:35:45 »
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ixus220 / elph 300 :D , oups i tought i was in the ixus220 porting thread

Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #61 on: 14 / October / 2012, 18:55:17 »
Anyone know if this script run on sx230hs?

Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #62 on: 24 / November / 2012, 01:32:11 »
This works on my SX40HS.  I need to adjust max/min Av though.

Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #63 on: 04 / December / 2012, 01:01:10 »
Oh my god! I created this thread 2 and a half years ago and can't believe it, does this mean it's actually done? Can't get the final conclusion from the posts.

I no longer have a Powershot but I might get one as my second camera as the manual exposure in video is a very catchy feature.

Thanks a lot to the people who clearly put effort in this feature addition!

If it can be done what are the instructions to make it work?
« Last Edit: 04 / December / 2012, 01:08:43 by Aket »


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Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #64 on: 09 / March / 2013, 12:29:12 »
@bigbluezuk: Would you help me to use the script for my SX40? PLEASE HELP!
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Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #65 on: 13 / March / 2013, 17:11:19 »
@D@noosh

The script attached to this post should work on your camera.
However, you need to install the development version of CHDK, and enable native calls in the CHDK menu: Miscellaneous Stuff -> Enable Lua Native Calls

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Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #66 on: 14 / March / 2013, 13:39:35 »
Thanks, it worked but problems occurred... see here for more information:
http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=9545.msg97874#msg97874
« Last Edit: 14 / March / 2013, 13:42:05 by D@noosh »
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Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #67 on: 31 / March / 2013, 18:59:00 »
@D@noosh

The script attached to this post should work on your camera.
However, you need to install the development version of CHDK, and enable native calls in the CHDK menu: Miscellaneous Stuff -> Enable Lua Native Calls

Tried that script with the SX230HS, and it crashed after about 3 seconds with the lens still extended.

had CHDK save a log file (cant really make sense of it as it is just a bunch of random values)


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Re: Video Manual Control: ISO, APERTURE & SHUTTER SPEED CONTROL, PLEASE!!!!
« Reply #68 on: 31 / March / 2013, 19:31:50 »
Tried that script with the SX230HS, and it crashed after about 3 seconds with the lens still extended.

had CHDK save a log file (cant really make sense of it as it is just a bunch of random values)
That's our old "friend", I'm afraid. The script draws on the screen, which causes a crash - the same happens when CHDK OSD is active during movie recording, if I remember correctly.

if this script was combined with the motion detection script

although script  can also affect pictures (so it can force a high-iso shot
but what's different is that it post-processes it as what the CANON-GUI treats it so that
if canon-set to low ISO there is almost no noise removal from it)

but changing the shutter-speed-pseudo-value also changes the live-view so that it is brighter
so could have a really light sensitive low-iso (but low frame rate ) live view

if could find a tv value so that the live view is max and wont go higher,
and iso to what's represntive of what your shooting (since overexposed wont go higher, and more noisy)
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