how do I set the shutter speed and intervalometer in CHDK for Canon A470?

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A simple intervalometer script is the Countdown Intervalometer. There is a short tutorial on the page that should get you started quickly. You can adjust the shutter speed using a CHDK shutter speed override.


I chose this intervalometer: http://chdk.wikia.com/wiki/UBASIC/Scripts:_Ultra_Intervalometer

How do I set it to take photos at 5 secs though? Is there a way for me to edit the script? I am confused on the setting part.

Does the shutter speed adjuster come with the package that this website gives? or do i need to download the shutter speed script separately?

http://www.zenoshrdlu.com/acid/acid.html
(This was suggested by the user Zeno)

Just do this ...

Determine the firmware version of your camera using 'acid'.
Install CHDK.

Have you done that ?

Then, ask further questions.

Just do this ...

Determine the firmware version of your camera using 'acid'.
Install CHDK.

Have you done that ?

Then, ask further questions.

okay i will. I just wanted to clarify so I wont be lost during the process. anyway thank you.

 

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