Could some one post a sample script that I can work with?
@title Exposure Locked Remote do wait_click 1until is_key "remote" press "shoot_half"do sleep 50until get_shooting = 1while 1 click "shoot_full_only" do wait_click 1 until is_key "remote" wend:restore release "shoot_half"end
Thank a lot for your help. I was wondering if we can "spice" it a bit.
in order to do some exposure bracketing as well. So, after the initial half press, we'd have 3 shots taken each time USB remote is activated - one with the estimated exposure, one plus half a stop, and one minus half a stop. Would that be possible?
sheesh .. can I come to your house, cut your grass and wash your car too ?
in order to do some exposure bracketing as well. So, after the initial half press, we'd have 3 shots taken each time USB remote is activated - one with the estimated exposure, one plus half a stop, and one minus half a stop. Would that be possible? I'll leave the scripting part of this as an "exercise for the reader". But the development version of CHDK already pretty much supports this. See this link -> USB Remote Bracketing.
The last time I've tried this it was not working properly. What was happening was the camera will add half a stop up and down with each next shot, lets say we've start with 1/60 -> 1/30, 1/100, then 1/15, 1/200 and so on.
This is the reason I've asked, if there is a way to get the exposure value in the scrip and then set it accordingly. And please don't get me wrong, I do write my own scripts, but it has been a while and the sintax had changed since.
Started by PhyrePhoX
« 1 2 3 4 »
Started by Sarkore
Hello, I'm a NEWBIE - HELP!! (Newbies assistance, User Guides and thank you notes)
Started by Dicko
General Help and Assistance on using CHDK stable releases
Started by bananyus
General Discussion and Assistance
Started by rikbeter