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IXUS 70 SD1000 - which build?

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IXUS 70 SD1000 - which build?
« on: 17 / February / 2008, 10:07:38 »
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First off , thanks for all the hard work put in by people here

I am maybe purchase a IXUS 70 soon to use CHDK

Please tell me which build for to get

1 Control of shutter speed - like shutter proirty
2 RAW
3 Remote control

thanks

Re: IXUS 70 SD1000 - which build?
« Reply #1 on: 17 / February / 2008, 11:08:56 »
First off , thanks for all the hard work put in by people here

I am maybe purchase a IXUS 70 soon to use CHDK

Please tell me which build for to get

1 Control of shutter speed - like shutter proirty
2 RAW
3 Remote control

thanks


Although not officially released yet, 'StereoData Maker' supports all those features and also allows you to synchronise multiple cameras to far less than 1/1000 sec.

We will have the results of synchronisation tests in one weeks time.

StereoData Maker

You will also see a link to Yahoo StereoData Maker group.

If you do not require the stereo aids, do not enable them.

Otherwise, shutter half-press and key-right hides all the onscreen displays.


David

Re: IXUS 70 SD1000 - which build?
« Reply #2 on: 17 / February / 2008, 11:25:59 »
Hello David

Thankk you for your effort

It seems like I now buy 2 Ixus 70 :)

What would be best way to strap them together?

and how is flsh synced?

thank you fore your time

Re: IXUS 70 SD1000 - which build?
« Reply #3 on: 17 / February / 2008, 15:04:39 »

What would be best way to strap them together?

Side-by-side on an aluminium bar.
Use a miniUSB right-angle connector to reduce camera spacing.

Do not get nearer to subject than 4  metres and use standard focal-length or slight wide-angle.

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how is flash synced?

SDM does that automatically using the cameras own flash.
One flash is fired at -4 stops so that you do not get double shadows.

It is possible that in a few weeks time a device will become available that allows you to use external flash units.


David


 

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