Hi,I made a short test and found the build to be working
Do you happen to know a command in CHDK basic/lua to switch offthe screen? The A3200IS does not offer a way to switch off the display
Aside from waterwingz suggestion, you can also set the display off timeout to something very low. Some cameras also let you assign the display off function to a key in the canon firmware (usually the print button) in which case you can send the key press from script. These display off modes should save a lot more power than just turning off the backlight, since they turn off the sensor hardware too. Of course, turning off the sensor will disable md. You may need to send an extra key press in your script to wake it up when you are ready to shoot too.Another way to do this is to hook up the video out cable. This disables the display, but doesn't save much power.
But "DISP" does not turn off the display, nor can you configure it from the canon menu.
I also started playing around with TV and AV overrides. TV only gets as high as 1/1600 and AV stops at 8.0...
The "f-stop" range is determined only by the zoom position (as you zoom in, the effective f-stop goes up in value as less light is collected).
Typically the newer A series cameras do not have a variable aperture. The "f-stop" range is determined only by the zoom position (as you zoom in, the effective f-stop goes up in value as less light is collected). The range for your cameras is f2.8 - f5.9 - nothing you do with Av override will change that. SO if you are seeing f8.0 then the values in trunk/platform/a3200/shooting.c are likely not right. A good bug to catch !
8.0 can also be found as a value in the picture info... So maybe 8.0 is possible?
The readme.txt states:"To enter CHDK <Alt> mode use the FACE button."It's the "Playback" button...
#define CAM_ADJUSTABLE_ALT_BUTTON 1#define CAM_LOAD_CUSTOM_COLORS 1
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