Thank titbb. I've attached the log. This is an interesting bug - it crashes my SD940 all the time, it only crashes your SD980 when zoom requests are made too fast (apparently). One SD780 user reports no crashes - the other gets lots of them. Update : The SD940 reports 11 zoom steps but crashes when set_zoom(10) is called. If I change the autozoom.lua code to only go from 0 to 9, and set the step interval to 1 second, its seems to be willing to run all day. If I set the step interval to 5 seconds, it never makes it through even one complete cycle. Can you try 5 seconds with yours ?Also, I just notice that the script set zoom speed to the step size too. Not sure I really want to do that -slows down the zoom speed when you slow down how fast zoom steps happen. Might be part of the problem with the script.
Same with mine, it reports 11, but it only goes upto 10 and then back again on the automatic script.
I don't know if this is related with your issue. Are you sure that set_zoom_speed() is realy supported for your camera. If so, this command accepts only values 5-100. set_zoom_speed() was designed for S2, S3 and S5 with variable zoom speed.
This change also affects the G10 as well - can you test to make sure it doesn't break the set_zoom on the G10.
However, if I adjust the manual focus (via the jog wheel) while the test is running (forcing a refocus) then the camera will reset after a random number of focus changes.
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