I've done a search and read through the posts which describe the badpixel.lua routine, but I wanted to see if there is a way to handle bad pixels in JPG captures as well as RAW. Is there a way to do this using chdk?
You mean the show_bad_b method?
Ah, I see. I'll give this a try. Does this processing add any significant time to the image capture timeline?
Also, what does the X tolerance actually do? I see the range is 32 < X < 1023, but how does the result change as X takes different values in this range?
Thanks again. Is the G9 a 12bpp camera?
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