Great! And did you find the broken part of the lens? Then you oculd try to reassemble the camera
Several parts of the lens gear are disrupted, probably due to brute force impact. Pointless to re-assemble the lens. No - I will try to frankenstein something! Any ideas?
Quote from: PhyrePhoX on 14 / February / 2008, 13:50:38dont they all have gyros, because of orientation?no. orientationsensor != gyro. Gyro sensors measure the angular velocity.I think orientation sensor used in cameras is just a switch, kind of mercury switch (nowadays without mercury).
dont they all have gyros, because of orientation?
There is a non-destructive way to find it out:call PutInNdFilter() in shooting_expo_param_override().when image is darker than normal, check whether DOF changes.
Exactly, gyros (or what they're called) are used to perform IS. There are integrated solutions (all-on-a-chip) but I think the perpendicular one is used because of the 'panning' mode of IS.Orientation is just a mechanical switch, a ball on grooves or something. If we are to stick to the topic, listen for a 'clunk' when rotating the camera.
where exactly do i activate this, do i haver to add it somewhere in sourcecode?
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