i recently tried using the intervelometer that came with the default CHDK setting. i've noticed in some of the shots taken the images are blurred. i shot a timelapse photos of the clouds in the sky. some images were blurred. what's causing this?
what's the possible solution for this? thanks.
i'll try setting the focus to manual. what is the focus to infinity mode?
Quote from: txcat on 09 / September / 2012, 18:28:01i'll try setting the focus to manual. what is the focus to infinity mode? On some cameras, the Canon firmware has an option to keep the focus fixed at the maximum distance. From a quick look at the G9 manual, I don't see anything like this.
posting some example pictures might help too ...
do you have any idea why half the time the G9 focuses properly and the other half not so much?
Quote from: txcat on 10 / September / 2012, 12:19:47do you have any idea why half the time the G9 focuses properly and the other half not so much?The exif information in those two pictures confirms that the camera found two different "focus" settings.The simple intervalometer script uses a "shoot" command. I wonder if it's having trouble with low contrast images and shooting without a focus lock at times. Don't have access to the code right now and can't remember the exact steps "shoot" follows. Will look later - its possible a more explicit "half-press" "wait until camera ready to shoot" "full press" script sequence will be needed.
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