I'm using the get_histo_range function and remain a little confused. The function operates over 0 to 1023 according to the info. This is 10 bits. However, I have a 12 bit canon (S95), which should mean the function needs to operate over 4096. What should I use? 1023 or 4095?
BTW I forgot to say that what I would really like was a display CHDK RAW histogram where one could specify how many stops of data to display.
Thus the 'Nomal' Canon JPEG histogram would be ugmrnts by one that plowed, for example, the right most stop to be displayed, ie stretched out across the full CHDK histogram base.
I would prefer to access the true RAW histogram, rather than the 10b scaled one.
Thus those of us that believe in ETTR would have a realtime tool to example the highlight area.
I don't understand this at all. "ugmrnts" "plowed"?
Can you show a case where this actually makes a difference?
Started by n6mod
Started by Graystar
General Help and Assistance on using CHDK stable releases
Started by mrblack51
Started by cantain
Started by Bernd R
General Discussion and Assistance