Overall I guess I'd like to know that it is a pretty safe bet that a CHDK will eventually exist for this model, especially given that it is the evolution of the D10 which is currently supported in beta from what I understand.
In the case of D10, I did the port because a forum user wanted it badly enough that they bought the camera for me. I'm not looking to do this again, but it's possible someone else would. This isn't a particularly good deal for the programmer: For a ~$300 camera the programmer is getting less than minimum wage for their time.
The Canon site says the D20 works with the AC Adapter Kit ACK-DC40, which is the same as the SX260. There's a flap in the battery door of the SX260 where you plug in the AC adapter. Is this present in the D20? It seems it might break the water seal.
FWIW, this adapter is also specified for the D10, which has an external power plug behind the same waterproof door as the USB plug.
On the SX260, I have to have a dummy battery to plug the power into. Does the D10 have its own power connector? I guess that means you have to have the waterproof door open to connect to USB or external power as described here?http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=9048.msg93996#msg93996
I guess that means you have to have the waterproof door open to connect to USB or external power as described here?
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