Yes, once you load the CHDK onto your camera hit the play button (alt) then menu. This will take you into the CHDK Menu. Go into Extra Photo Operations, there you can change the ISO Value manually (imput a value and a multiplier). Make sure you change Disable Overides at the top as well. While you are shooting it will tell you the ISO you're using in the top Left.
Quote from: mv3830 on 11 / July / 2012, 16:02:19I think this is one of the best features of CHDK on the s100.As a matter of interest what practical benefits have you seen from this and under what situations ?David
I think this is one of the best features of CHDK on the s100.
Thanks for that.Can you explain what difference I am looking for ?If you did not use override what would the difference be ?I bet you get really clear skies there !David
CHDK-SVN Autobuild DownloadThis is the development version of CHDK which is considered "Unstable"For the stable release click hereComplete zips contain additional files like scipts, grids, language files, RBF fonts and curvesSmall zips contain the bare DISKBOOT.bin and PS.FIR/PS.FI2Camera FW Complete SmallErrors occured during this build! Old version available here
the autobuild website is probably being updated since chdk stable version is going to change (trunk will become stable and heavy development will resume), you may need to wait a bit until everything is restored (and probably will find s100 in the 'stable' autobuilds)
I don't want to push or anything, just wondering as I have the S100 with firmware 1.01B. And there's no CHDK for 1.01B available yet. Is there already development on 1.01B? I saw it was already dumped here July 02.
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