IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread

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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #570 on: 04 / September / 2011, 22:44:02 »
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    According to the guide on the SDM site, there's no way to manually control the aperture since there's no aperture diaphragm on this camera, correct?

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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #571 on: 05 / September / 2011, 00:02:45 »
    According to the guide on the SDM site, there's no way to manually control the aperture since there's no aperture diaphragm on this camera, correct?
    Yes

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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #572 on: 05 / September / 2011, 08:29:52 »
    So is there any way to compensate for it if you are using a fast shutter, such as 1/1000?

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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #573 on: 05 / September / 2011, 15:07:48 »
    So is there any way to compensate for it if you are using a fast shutter, such as 1/1000?
    There is an ND filter. edit... well actually that would go in the opposite direction ;)
    « Last Edit: 05 / September / 2011, 16:14:13 by reyalp »
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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #574 on: 05 / September / 2011, 15:40:02 »
    So is there any way to compensate for it if you are using a fast shutter, such as 1/1000?

    Seems like you should be able to crank the ISO setting up to increase sensitivity ?

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    « Reply #575 on: 06 / September / 2011, 05:34:02 »
    So is there any way to compensate for it if you are using a fast shutter, such as 1/1000?

    Yes.

    Select Force ND filter out and use Constant Exposure mode.

    You cannot select a particular shutter speed but the shutter speed used can be faster (outdoors) than the Canon one if the light is bright enough.


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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #576 on: 06 / September / 2011, 21:38:46 »
    So is there any way to compensate for it if you are using a fast shutter, such as 1/1000?

    Yes.

    Select Force ND filter out and use Constant Exposure mode.

    You cannot select a particular shutter speed but the shutter speed used can be faster (outdoors) than the Canon one if the light is bright enough.

    You mean by Constant Exposure Mode, the Long Shutter Mode?

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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #577 on: 07 / September / 2011, 05:56:48 »
    You mean by Constant Exposure Mode, the Long Shutter Mode?


    No, the option in Bracketing\Overrides menu.


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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #578 on: 07 / September / 2011, 15:06:43 »
    You mean by Constant Exposure Mode, the Long Shutter Mode?


    No, the option in Bracketing\Overrides menu.

    Okay, it helped a little. Really wish there was a way to set the aperture though

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    Re: IXUS 105 / SD1300 IS porting thread
    « Reply #579 on: 08 / September / 2011, 12:39:55 »
    So is there any way to compensate for it if you are using a fast shutter, such as 1/1000?

    Seems like you should be able to crank the ISO setting up to increase sensitivity ?

    On an IXUS 105 if you crank the ISO up to 1600, the delay between shots increases, a lot.

    Even if you set it to 2 MP mode and 1600 ISO, it still takes a long time.

    My guess is he is trying to do what I was trying to do a while back, i.e take photos outdoors, quickly, without blur, hence the 1/1000 speed.

    What I did was set it to ISO 80 (since it shot faster that way), 12 MP (since it doesnt make a difference on speed), and set exposure compensation on, ND filter OUT.

    Indoors, I switch to LOW LIGHT mode which, I dont know why, but shoots dramatically faster, but on 2MP and ISO 1600 to 3200, Tv 1/60, ND filter OFF.
    A proud owner of Canon IXUS 105

     

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