Nice.For ISO values, Canon has "Real" and "Market" ISO which are different.
So now I need to remember what 'real' ISO values correspond to the camera ISO values - seems to be about a 1.6x factor.
Wouldn't it be easier for the average user to treat the CHDK override value as a Canon 'market' ISO value?
I haven't looked at this stuff recently, hence the vague answers. Not trying to make your life difficult
I tried and looks like the EXIF data is correctly written now.Just one thing I noticed. If I set the Av in camera to 3.1 and override in CHDK to F11 everything is ok, when I set to F8.0 and try to override to F3.1 the exif shows F3.1 but in reality the value didn't change (the shoot remains the same F8.0).The EXIF ISO values looks correct, they just don't match to what I set up (if I set 3200 in chdk the actual and exif value is 800).
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