I have done some tests to disable Focus Frame. There is a task called DispFace, using LED for debug I detected a function which seems to draw focus frame. Finally, I added conditional call to that function, something like:if ALT mode enabled, then skip draw focus frame, else draw focus frame.
My opinion is that it would be better to prevent Canon screen updates completely when the CHDK menu is visible. Or even better, always do CHDK screen writes right after Canon screen updates to prevent flickering. But that would require quite a bit of research...
Do I see it correctly, that the function you're making conditional is actually setting a huge sized propcase?If so, this page will need an update.
I think that - if tests prove stability - you can do this, as it's a local change to the port. Does this solution handle the not face related moving focus frames (in live / easy mode or similar)?
It stops focus tracking in other modes too, but frame remains on screen.
I wish to experiment with Astrophotography and would like some way to force the camera to "infinity", rather than trying to get the autofocus to focus on the stars.
Hi All,I received my A810 yesterday and am trying to get to grips with the CHDK - it's going fairly well, but I would like to know whether or not the manual focus has been sorted out. I am referring to the fact that you can turn the man. focus on by pressing "up", but as the "Down" and the "Display" are the same button you cannot set inf or hyper.I wish to experiment with Astrophotography and would like some way to force the camera to "infinity", rather than trying to get the autofocus to focus on the stars.Any help, etc.All the best,Neil.
To force infinity on my A810 I press the left (flower) button and then press right to select the mountains (infinity).
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