PowerShot ELPH300HS (Firmware v1.01G) time laps not working

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CHDK version I am using is ixus220_elph300hs-101g-1.2.0-2761-full_ALPHA.

When I try to shoot time laps with "ult_invl.bas" with focus override, it displays "1cycle time: 0min. 25sec" and it shoot unto 25 sec. I guess, then the screen goes dark. Lens stays open/extended. If I press the power button, the camera restart in normal mode.

How do make it keep shooting indefinitely? I did not find Cycle parameter in the script menu!

Thanks


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Offline reyalp

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Re: PowerShot ELPH300HS (Firmware v1.01G) time laps not working
« Reply #1 on: 05 / May / 2013, 23:46:53 »
CHDK version I am using is ixus220_elph300hs-101g-1.2.0-2761-full_ALPHA.

When I try to shoot time laps with "ult_invl.bas" with focus override, it displays "1cycle time: 0min. 25sec" and it shoot unto 25 sec. I guess, then the screen goes dark. Lens stays open/extended. If I press the power button, the camera restart in normal mode.
This usually means the camera has crashed, maybe because of a bug in the port or something wrong with the script. In the CHDK menu, got to miscellaneous->debug->save ROM crashlog and post the ROMLOG.LOG file here.

You might want to check the ixus220 porting thread for any known issues: http://chdk.setepontos.com/index.php?topic=6341.800
Don't forget what the H stands for.

Re: PowerShot ELPH300HS (Firmware v1.01G) time laps not working
« Reply #2 on: 07 / May / 2013, 07:55:58 »
Thanks for your reply reyalp, here is the log-

With RAW 1.3
Code: [Select]
ASSERT!! AFScanDriver.c Line 1407
Occured Time  2013:05:05 19:41:26
Task ID: 24510517
Task name: AFTask
SP: 0x0039D238
StackDump:
0x00000000
0xFF8EE2C4
0x0000057F
0x000A1D84
0x00000000
0x00000000
0x00000001
0x00008004
0x00005140
0x00000001
0x00000002
0xFF8EE27C
0x000A3C88
0xFF901D38
0x00000000
0x00038244
0x00038284
0x00002070
0x19980218
0x19980218
0x19980218
0x19980218
0x19980218
0xFF84E600
0x00038244
0x00000001
0x00002070
0xFF84E33C
0x00038284
0x003731A0
0x19980218
0x19980218
0x19980218
0xFF816B78
0x19980218
0x19980218
0x00001008
ShootConDump:
01 02 07 08 09 0a 0c 0b 00 00
CameraConDump:
06 01 0f 0f 0f 0f 0f 0f 0f 0f
00144350: SS: Raw[1]
00144350: SS: Raw[1]
00144350: UI:ShootSeqToUI:0x2001:adr:0,Para:0
00144350: UI:Sht_CancelStrobeChargeTimer
00144350: UI:DSIC:4c,0
00144360: UI:_CaptureStanbyForReview
00144640: UI:ShootSeqToUI:0x2008:adr:0x29dd,Para:10717
00144640: UI:_MuteOff
00144640: UI:DSIC:44,0
00144640: UI:DispSwCon_MuteOffPhysicalScreen
00144640: UI:Window MuteOff
00144640: UI:MuteOffPhysicalScreen
00144640: UI:ScreenLock
00144640: UI:ScreenUnLock
00144640: UI:ShootState:0xA
00144640: UI:ShtCon_StartReview
00144640: UI:ShootState:0xC
00144640: SS:ExitShoot
00144650: UI:_EntryPrepareRecreviewOff
00144650: UI:ShootState:0xB
00144650: UI:ShtCon_StopReview
00144650: UI:DisplayPhysicalScreenCBR
00144750: UI:DSIC:47,0
00144750: UI:DSIC:46,0
00144760: UI:ShootSeqToUI:0x201e:adr:0x29dd,Para:10717
00144760: UI:ShootSeqToUI:0x2029:adr:0x29dd,Para:10717
00144760: UI:_ExitSequence
00144760: UI:Sht_CancelStrobeChargeTimer
00144760: UI:DSIC:4c,0
00144760: SS:CancelPre
00144770: SS:NextAvail(2),ReviewAvail(5)
00144910: UI:DSIC:48,0
00145210: SS:ChargeComplete
00145210: UI:DispSwCon_MuteOffPhysicalScreen
00145210: UI:Window MuteOff
00145210: UI:MuteOffPhysicalScreen
00145210: UI:ShootState:0x0
00145210: UI:ShtCon_Deactivate
00145210: UI:DSIC:14,0
00145210: UI:DSIC:60,0
00145210: UI:DispSwCon_TurnOnDisplayDevice
00145210: UI:ScreenLock
00145320: UI:ScreenUnLock
00145340: UI:DispSw: Unlock
00145340: UI:DispSwCon:Unlock
00145350: UI:TerminateDeliverToZoomController
00145350: UI:OPTICAL_ZOOM_POS
00145350: UI:UnpressZoomLever
00145350: UI:ScreenLock
00145350: UI:ScreenUnLock
00145350: UI:ScreenLock
00145350: UI:Reduce ScreenUnLock
00145350: UI:_EntryIdleShoot
00145350: UI:ShootState:0x0
00145370: UI:DisplayPhysicalScreenCBR
00145370: UI:Re ScreenUnLock
00145370: UI:ScreenUnLock
00145370: UI:DisplayPhysicalScreenCBR
00145380: UI:DisplayPhysicalScreenCBR
00145540: UI:ScreenLock
00145550: UI:ScreenUnLock
00145570: UI:DisplayPhysicalScreenCBR
00149830: UI:Button:0x000009A1:PressSwOne
00149830: UI:DSIC:25,0
00149830: SS:PreBuf
00149830: UI:ShootState:0x1
00149830: UI:ShtCon_Activate
00149830: UI:DispSw: Lock
00149830: UI:ShtCon_PrepareCapture
00149830: UI:DSIC:61,0
00149830: UI:ScreenLock
00149840: UI:ScreenUnLock
00149850: UI:ScreenLock
00149850: UI:Reduce ScreenUnLock
00149850: UI:LogicalEvent:0x3135:adr:0,Para:0
00149850: SS:LoadTest:10
00149860: SS:PreCapt
00149900: UI:ShootState:0x2
00149900: UI:ClearEventComp
00149900: UI:DisplayPhysicalScreenCBR
00149900: UI:Re ScreenUnLock
00149900: UI:ScreenUnLock
00149920: UI:DisplayPhysicalScreenCBR
 

Thanks for your time

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Re: PowerShot ELPH300HS (Firmware v1.01G) time laps not working
« Reply #3 on: 07 / May / 2013, 13:28:57 »
Thanks for your reply reyalp, here is the log-

Code: [Select]
ASSERT!! AFScanDriver.c Line 1407
This tells us the camera crashed in Canon autofocus (AF) process. If  you are using subject distance overrides, this might be related. You can also try searching the forum for AFScanDriver.c to see if others have had similar problems.

You should check that the time "Occured Time  2013:05:05 19:41:26" is right for when the crash could have happened. Sometimes the camera can crash without making a romlog, and then you will just get the log from whatever was there before.
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Re: PowerShot ELPH300HS (Firmware v1.01G) time laps not working
« Reply #4 on: 07 / May / 2013, 14:49:45 »
Thank you so very much for a very clear explanation! I am not a programmer, therefore no clue what is going on!

I will search for solutions

Thanks again! :)

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Re: PowerShot ELPH300HS (Firmware v1.01G) time laps not working
« Reply #5 on: 07 / May / 2013, 16:07:27 »
Thank you so very much for a very clear explanation! I am not a programmer, therefore no clue what is going on!
Are you using focus overrides like "subject distance override" in the the menu, or set_focus in the script?
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