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A2200 IS porting thread

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Re: A2200 IS porting thread
« Reply #510 on: 03 / March / 2016, 10:44:26 »
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Didn't realize there was a boot flag.I've used STICK in the past...I'll rebuild using the package you just posted rather than the one that auto downloads with STICK.

Thanks for the quick response.

--tom

Re: A2200 IS porting thread
« Reply #511 on: 03 / March / 2016, 23:26:54 »


free memory : 374144
chdk size : 134848

The new build appears to have fixed the problem.
camera boots(does not lock up) and  ultimate.lua launches (no memory error)
the autotracking focus function is kind of a pain (know how to turn that off permanently?)


Thanks for the help


--tom




Re: A2200 IS porting thread
« Reply #512 on: 03 / March / 2016, 23:46:06 »
the autotracking focus function is kind of a pain (know how to turn that off permanently?)
According to page 92 in the A2200 User Manual , the choice of AF Frame mode is the first menu entry in the Canon menu when the camera is in shooting mode.  You probably want to select the Center option?
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Re: A2200 IS porting thread
« Reply #513 on: 04 / March / 2016, 01:46:27 »
free memory : 374144
chdk size : 134848

The new build appears to have fixed the problem.
Thanks for testing, I've made this change in the 1.4 and 1.5 autobuilds.


Not sure what I should do about EXMEM on this cam, 370k is still kind of marginal, but EXMEM has side effects on some cams. For now I've left it the way it was: 100d with EXMEM and 100b/100c without.
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Re: A2200 IS porting thread
« Reply #514 on: 04 / March / 2016, 11:58:40 »
Found it, thanks. RTFM, right  :) I did have to put camera in P mode to make this change. I've only had this camera for less than an week (bought used). Still figuring it out.

--tom

the autotracking focus function is kind of a pain (know how to turn that off permanently?)
According to page 92 in the A2200 User Manual , the choice of AF Frame mode is the first menu entry in the Canon menu when the camera is in shooting mode.  You probably want to select the Center option?

 

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