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a540 HDR 7 shots + 5 shot HDR TimeLapse + Firmware ISSUE help!

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a540 HDR 7 shots + 5 shot HDR TimeLapse + Firmware ISSUE help!
« on: 21 / February / 2012, 14:36:18 »
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Hi,
i got Canon a540 i have installed CHDK but i need to:
1) take Normal HDR 7 shots with Ev1 intervals (default is HDR 3 shots)
2) take 5 shot HDR TimeLapse.
3) Please also Tell me where to Download Original Canon Firmware for a540.

NOTE:
I need Original Canon Firware because i get this Error in Version Request screen when i press SET + DISP. buttons:

Screen 1:
Pressing SET and DISP button shows the following screen:
Canon PowerShot A540
P-ID:311B PAL

Firmware Ver GM1.00B
E18
Jan 31 2006 11:02:45

Screen 2:
Pressing SET and DISP button again results in:
Canon PowerShot A540
P-ID:311B  PAL

ZoomLensError
Adj Ver.002.002

How to Fix this Zoom Lens Error?

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Re: a540 HDR 7 shots + 5 shot HDR TimeLapse + Firmware ISSUE help!
« Reply #1 on: 21 / February / 2012, 16:46:09 »
@DevilMind
Do not bother with this error E18 if Your Cam work OK.
I'v had same and still persist - accidentally was blocked Lens when retracting for a while.
My Cam still working fine.
The Error is only registered by Canon Firmware.If another error occurs this one will disappear.
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If Your Cam do not work due to this Error, look at this link:
http://www.e18error.com/

Re: a540 HDR 7 shots + 5 shot HDR TimeLapse + Firmware ISSUE help!
« Reply #2 on: 21 / February / 2012, 18:41:06 »
I need Original Canon Firware because i get this Error in Version Request screen when i press SET + DISP. buttons:
CHDK does not change the firmware in your camera.  So you already have the original Canon firmware that was on your camera prior to loading CHDK -  it has not been changed.

How to Fix this Zoom Lens Error?
As Pier stated in answer to your post, the error message is only a note that your lens had a problem at one time.  If your camera is now working properly,  you can ignore it.
Ported :   A1200    SD940   G10    Powershot N    G16

 

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