From: ASAAR on
On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 10:30:06 GMT, New2_S3 wrote:

>> If you own any of these Canon camera makes and models:
>>
>> A610, Fw: 1.00D (with CHDK version for 1.00E), 1.00E, 1.00F
>> A620, Fw: 1.00F ( 1.00E is not compatible. You must upgrade to 1.00F first )
>> A630, Fw: 1.00C
>> A640, Fw: 1.00B
>> A710 IS, Fw: 1.00A
>> S2 IS, Fw: 1.00E, 1.00F, 1.00G, 1.00I (with CHDK version for 1.00G)
>> S3 IS, Fw: 1.00A
> . . .
>
> WOW!!!! NICE!!!!
>
> Thanks for posting this!

WOW!!!! NEAT!!!! A new sock puppet emerges whose sole purpose is
thanking itself for its own post!

> Yet another ersatz krelboyne has been added to the newly revised
>
> **** CHDK / Photoline 32 / anti-DSLR Sock Puppet Troll List ****
>
> Baumbadier, Brad M, CharleiD, email(a)email.com, FrankLM,
> GilfordBrimly, GoKiting, HokusPokus, JoeBS, New2_S3,
> nobody(a)noplace.org, RockyZ, SayWhat, SelfImporantName,
> SelfImportantName, spamless, TryinToHelp, WillyWonka and X-Man.

From: Brad M on
Thanks for posting!

"New2_S3" <97971234(a)maininator.com> wrote in message
news:b2im9355k0mbtbe57jgdqucmt13nd49cuo(a)4ax.com...
> On Sun, 15 Jul 2007 08:15:11 -0500, HokusPokus
> <findme(a)noaddress.org> wrote:
>
>>If you own any of these Canon camera makes and models:
>>
>>A610, Fw: 1.00D (with CHDK version for 1.00E), 1.00E, 1.00F
>>A620, Fw: 1.00F ( 1.00E is not compatible. You must upgrade to 1.00F
>>first )
>>A630, Fw: 1.00C
>>A640, Fw: 1.00B
>>A710 IS, Fw: 1.00A
>>S2 IS, Fw: 1.00E, 1.00F, 1.00G, 1.00I (with CHDK version for 1.00G)
>>S3 IS, Fw: 1.00A
>>
>>And haven't heard of CHDK yet, you need to check out these pages:
>>
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK
>>
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/FAQ
>>
>>Q. What does the CHDK firmware enhancement do?
>>
>>A. After loading of CHDK on your SD card you can get the following
>> functionality:
>>
>> Shooting in RAW (10-bit, 4096 levels for each RGB sensor, 6+
>> BILLION
>> colors)
>> Live histogram (RGB, blended, luminance and for each RGB
>> channel, in color)
>> Zebra mode (real-time under/over-exposure alerts, edit limits &
>> colors from
>> zebra options menu)
>> DOF-calculator display in your EVF/LCD
>> Hyperfocal Distance calculator in your EVF/LCD
>> Battery indicator in your EVF/LCD, edit your own low-battery
>> limit alert in
>> battery options menu, accurate to 1/1000th of a volt.
>> Scripts execution (exposure/focus/... bracketing, intervalometer
>> and more)
>> File browser, includes cut, copy, and paste files, multi-file
>> selection too.
>> Text reader, change fonts & colors, read e-books while on
>> vacation, or keep
>> reference material and tutorials handy, right on your SD
>> card.
>> Perpetual Calendar
>> Some fun tools and games
>>
>>And much much more.
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>New Features Added This Month:
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>Now make your own "grid" files for framing and composition. Download
>>any of the
>>user-contributed files to add frames to your EVF/LCD display for
>>8"x10" prints
>>or 16:9 aspect ratio for when you convert your movies to
>>wide-screen. Or even a
>>novelty "binoculars" mask. No longer will you be wondering if that
>>part of your
>>subject will be outside of your prints or movie-frame when taking
>>your shots. Or
>>overlay a true Golden Ratio alignment-grid that includes
>>golden-triangle ratios
>>in your FOV, instead of using the dumbed-down "Rule of Thirds"
>>approximation
>>that all camera makers have adopted. If you don't like the
>>pre-written color
>>choices for the grid's graphics then edit them yourself and make
>>your own
>>grid-files, or more simply override them from the simple Grids menu
>>options and
>>select new colors during your photo session.
>>
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/Grids
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>Don't you just hate when you are doing a lengthy photo session and
>>you can't
>>override the camera turning off your display every 3 minutes (or
>>less)? Now you
>>can do something about it:
>>
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/HDK_firmware_usage#Misc
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>Do you want to know if that new SD card is really living up to its
>>advertised
>>speed? Test it IN THE CAMERA with CHDK's benchmark option in the
>>Debug Menu
>>Tools. No longer will you be wondering if that card's speed is a
>>true test of
>>the card or if you're just testing the speed of your USB port,
>>benchmark
>>software, or card-reader.
>>
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/HDK_firmware_usage#Debug_menu
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/Benchmarks
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>Turn OFF the Dark-Frame-Subtraction Noise Reduction for ALL shutter
>>speeds! This
>>works whether you are saving RAW files or not. No longer do you have
>>to wait
>>between shots for the noise-reduction routine. A 15-second shutter
>>speed takes
>>16-seconds (1-second for file-processing overhead), not the usual
>>33-seconds
>>with automatic dark-frame subtraction tacked-on. You can put your
>>camera in
>>high-speed continuous mode manually or with an automated CHDK script
>>and have
>>your shutter open for as long as you want up to 95% of the time.
>>Fantastic for
>>lightning photography and astrophotography. Apply
>>dark-frame-subtraction
>>manually later by using 3rd party software instead of letting the
>>camera's
>>automatic mode interfere with more important matters -- like doing
>>actual
>>photography. With "frame-stacking" software you can have exposures
>>that last all
>>night. No longer will your stacked-frames star-trail photos be just
>>a series of
>>dotted lines in the sky. Have you ever wanted to do a time-lapse
>>movie of aurora
>>slowly-evolving all night? Now you can do that too.
>>
>>Or are you plagued with a few annoying Hot-Pixels and just learned
>>to live with
>>them? Turn ON Noise Reduction (dark-frame-subtraction) for ALL
>>shutter speeds!
>>Now you can map them out with every shot on every shutter-speed for
>>JPG or JPG +
>>RAW.
>>
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/HDK_firmware_usage#RAW_parameters_menu
>
>
>
> WOW!!!! NICE!!!!
>
> Thanks for posting this!
>
>
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>New Scripting commands for your own uBASIC scripts to automatically
>>control your
>>camera:
>>
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/uBASIC/TutorialScratchpad
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>wait_click timeout (waits for any button is clicked; timeout is
>>optional)
>>
>>is_key x "button-name" (if last clicked key was
>> "button-name" the 1 will be placed
>> to variable x; for timeout checking
>> "no_key" is used as button name)
>>
>>Now you can assign any button to perform any function, including
>>changing camera
>>parameters WHILE your CHDK script is running, or just have it wait
>>for your
>>input before going onto the next task.
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>set_zoom, set_zoom_rel, get_zoom
>>
>>syntax: set_zoom x (where x is 0 to 8, 14, or 129)
>> set_zoom_rel x (x is +/- relative change)
>> get_zoom x (zoom value placed in variable x)
>>
>>range: A-series x = 0 to 8 or 14 (9 or 15 steps)
>> S-series x = 0 to 128 (129 steps)
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>set_zoom_speed (S-series only, no effect on A-series)
>>
>>syntax set_zoom_speed x (where x is percentage of high-speed zoom, 5
>>(slow) to
>>100 (fast))
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>set_focus x, get_focus x (where x is distance in mm)
>>
>>x = 0 to 65535
>>
>>Yes, you read that right. Use scripts to set your focus accurate in
>>millimeter
>>precision up to 65 meters! Or just read the distance to have it
>>printed to your
>>EVF display.
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>set_iso x, get_iso x
>>
>> -1 = Hi ISO (where applicable)
>> 0 = Auto ISO
>> 1 = 50 (80)
>> 2 = 100
>> 3 = 200
>> 4 = 400
>> 5 = 800
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>Logical 'AND', 'OR', and 'NOT' now allowed in your scripts.
>>
>>uBASIC code like:
>>
>>if a=1 or b=3 and c>4 or d<>7 then gosub ...
>>
>>are now allowed.
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>The new "print_screen" command.
>>
>>Now you can record what happens during your scripted sessions to
>>text files on
>>your SD card. Or just record any of the "get_(parameter) x" values
>>during any
>>photo session to a text file.
>>
>>Whatever the script prints on the mini-console screen is also
>>written to file
>>'/CHDK/SCRIPTS/PR_SCREEN.TXT'.
>>
>>First call is either,
>>
>>print_screen 0 The text is appended to the last file. If the file
>>was there
>>already, the text is written at the end and the older text is not
>>removed.
>>
>>print_screen 1 The text is written to "A/CHDK/BOOKS/PS00000.TXT".
>>The new text
>>overwrites any existing text in the file if there was any .
>>
>>print_screen N The text is written to the next file number. The file
>>number
>>cycles between 0 and N-1. If the resulting file number is 5, then
>>the text is
>>written to file "A/CHDK/BOOKS/PS00005.TXT".
>>
>>The file number of the last written file is kept in file
>>"A/CHDK/BOOKS/PS_COUNT.TXT". Delete the file to reset the counter.
>>
>>'print_screen 0 turns off writing to the file and print_screen 1
>>turns it back
>>on.
>>
>>----------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>And so much more!
>>
>>http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/HDK_firmware_usage


From: Lurk on

"HokusPokus" <findme(a)noaddress.org> wrote in message
news:r72k93dqajihkm7r11f77h5e589taig3rr(a)4ax.com...
> If you own any of these Canon camera makes and models:
>
> A610, Fw: 1.00D (with CHDK version for 1.00E), 1.00E, 1.00F
> A620, Fw: 1.00F ( 1.00E is not compatible. You must upgrade to 1.00F
> first )
> A630, Fw: 1.00C
> A640, Fw: 1.00B
> A710 IS, Fw: 1.00A
> S2 IS, Fw: 1.00E, 1.00F, 1.00G, 1.00I (with CHDK version for 1.00G)
> S3 IS, Fw: 1.00A
>
> And haven't heard of CHDK yet, you need to check out these pages:
>
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK
>
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/FAQ
>
> Q. What does the CHDK firmware enhancement do?
>
> A. After loading of CHDK on your SD card you can get the following
> functionality:
>
> Shooting in RAW (10-bit, 4096 levels for each RGB sensor, 6+
> BILLION
> colors)
> Live histogram (RGB, blended, luminance and for each RGB channel,
> in color)
> Zebra mode (real-time under/over-exposure alerts, edit limits &
> colors from
> zebra options menu)
> DOF-calculator display in your EVF/LCD
> Hyperfocal Distance calculator in your EVF/LCD
> Battery indicator in your EVF/LCD, edit your own low-battery
> limit alert in
> battery options menu, accurate to 1/1000th of a volt.
> Scripts execution (exposure/focus/... bracketing, intervalometer
> and more)
> File browser, includes cut, copy, and paste files, multi-file
> selection too.
> Text reader, change fonts & colors, read e-books while on
> vacation, or keep
> reference material and tutorials handy, right on your SD
> card.
> Perpetual Calendar
> Some fun tools and games
>
> And much much more.
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> New Features Added This Month:
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Now make your own "grid" files for framing and composition. Download
> any of the
> user-contributed files to add frames to your EVF/LCD display for
> 8"x10" prints
> or 16:9 aspect ratio for when you convert your movies to
> wide-screen. Or even a
> novelty "binoculars" mask. No longer will you be wondering if that
> part of your
> subject will be outside of your prints or movie-frame when taking
> your shots. Or
> overlay a true Golden Ratio alignment-grid that includes
> golden-triangle ratios
> in your FOV, instead of using the dumbed-down "Rule of Thirds"
> approximation
> that all camera makers have adopted. If you don't like the
> pre-written color
> choices for the grid's graphics then edit them yourself and make
> your own
> grid-files, or more simply override them from the simple Grids menu
> options and
> select new colors during your photo session.
>
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/Grids
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Don't you just hate when you are doing a lengthy photo session and
> you can't
> override the camera turning off your display every 3 minutes (or
> less)? Now you
> can do something about it:
>
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/HDK_firmware_usage#Misc
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Do you want to know if that new SD card is really living up to its
> advertised
> speed? Test it IN THE CAMERA with CHDK's benchmark option in the
> Debug Menu
> Tools. No longer will you be wondering if that card's speed is a
> true test of
> the card or if you're just testing the speed of your USB port,
> benchmark
> software, or card-reader.
>
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/HDK_firmware_usage#Debug_menu
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/Benchmarks
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Turn OFF the Dark-Frame-Subtraction Noise Reduction for ALL shutter
> speeds! This
> works whether you are saving RAW files or not. No longer do you have
> to wait
> between shots for the noise-reduction routine. A 15-second shutter
> speed takes
> 16-seconds (1-second for file-processing overhead), not the usual
> 33-seconds
> with automatic dark-frame subtraction tacked-on. You can put your
> camera in
> high-speed continuous mode manually or with an automated CHDK script
> and have
> your shutter open for as long as you want up to 95% of the time.
> Fantastic for
> lightning photography and astrophotography. Apply
> dark-frame-subtraction
> manually later by using 3rd party software instead of letting the
> camera's
> automatic mode interfere with more important matters -- like doing
> actual
> photography. With "frame-stacking" software you can have exposures
> that last all
> night. No longer will your stacked-frames star-trail photos be just
> a series of
> dotted lines in the sky. Have you ever wanted to do a time-lapse
> movie of aurora
> slowly-evolving all night? Now you can do that too.
>
> Or are you plagued with a few annoying Hot-Pixels and just learned
> to live with
> them? Turn ON Noise Reduction (dark-frame-subtraction) for ALL
> shutter speeds!
> Now you can map them out with every shot on every shutter-speed for
> JPG or JPG +
> RAW.
>
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/HDK_firmware_usage#RAW_parameters_menu
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> New Scripting commands for your own uBASIC scripts to automatically
> control your
> camera:
>
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/uBASIC/TutorialScratchpad
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> wait_click timeout (waits for any button is clicked; timeout is
> optional)
>
> is_key x "button-name" (if last clicked key was
> "button-name" the 1 will be placed
> to variable x; for timeout checking
> "no_key" is used as button name)
>
> Now you can assign any button to perform any function, including
> changing camera
> parameters WHILE your CHDK script is running, or just have it wait
> for your
> input before going onto the next task.
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> set_zoom, set_zoom_rel, get_zoom
>
> syntax: set_zoom x (where x is 0 to 8, 14, or 129)
> set_zoom_rel x (x is +/- relative change)
> get_zoom x (zoom value placed in variable x)
>
> range: A-series x = 0 to 8 or 14 (9 or 15 steps)
> S-series x = 0 to 128 (129 steps)
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> set_zoom_speed (S-series only, no effect on A-series)
>
> syntax set_zoom_speed x (where x is percentage of high-speed zoom, 5
> (slow) to
> 100 (fast))
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> set_focus x, get_focus x (where x is distance in mm)
>
> x = 0 to 65535
>
> Yes, you read that right. Use scripts to set your focus accurate in
> millimeter
> precision up to 65 meters! Or just read the distance to have it
> printed to your
> EVF display.
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> set_iso x, get_iso x
>
> -1 = Hi ISO (where applicable)
> 0 = Auto ISO
> 1 = 50 (80)
> 2 = 100
> 3 = 200
> 4 = 400
> 5 = 800
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Logical 'AND', 'OR', and 'NOT' now allowed in your scripts.
>
> uBASIC code like:
>
> if a=1 or b=3 and c>4 or d<>7 then gosub ...
>
> are now allowed.
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> The new "print_screen" command.
>
> Now you can record what happens during your scripted sessions to
> text files on
> your SD card. Or just record any of the "get_(parameter) x" values
> during any
> photo session to a text file.
>
> Whatever the script prints on the mini-console screen is also
> written to file
> '/CHDK/SCRIPTS/PR_SCREEN.TXT'.
>
> First call is either,
>
> print_screen 0 The text is appended to the last file. If the file
> was there
> already, the text is written at the end and the older text is not
> removed.
>
> print_screen 1 The text is written to "A/CHDK/BOOKS/PS00000.TXT".
> The new text
> overwrites any existing text in the file if there was any .
>
> print_screen N The text is written to the next file number. The file
> number
> cycles between 0 and N-1. If the resulting file number is 5, then
> the text is
> written to file "A/CHDK/BOOKS/PS00005.TXT".
>
> The file number of the last written file is kept in file
> "A/CHDK/BOOKS/PS_COUNT.TXT". Delete the file to reset the counter.
>
> 'print_screen 0 turns off writing to the file and print_screen 1
> turns it back
> on.
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------
>
> And so much more!
>
> http://scratchpad.wikia.com/wiki/CHDK/HDK_firmware_usage
>


GREAT! Thanks!



From: ASAAR on
On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 09:31:58 -0500, BaumBadier wrote:

> I agree with the others, thanks for posting this!
>
> (don't worry, I read the other threads and learned to put
> that ASSARE troll in my troll-filter)

Hmm, this seems to indicate that your filter isn't very effective.
But if true, it's a shame that such a SelfImporantName as yourself
won't see :

> The new ersatz krelboynes just added to the newly revised
>
> **** CHDK / Photoline 32 / anti-DSLR Sock Puppet Troll List ****
>
> Baumbadier, Brad M, CharleiD, email(a)email.com, FrankLM,
> GilfordBrimly, GoKiting, HokusPokus, JoeBS, Lurk, New2_S3,
> nobody(a)noplace.org, RockyZ, SayWhat, SelfImporantName,
> SelfImportantName, Soujourner, spamless, TryinToHelp,
> WillyWonka and X-Man.

From: ASAAR on
On Mon, 16 Jul 2007 10:26:32 -0500, DOCJohnson wrote:

> I doubt I'll use all that scripting stuff, but this is really going to be nice!

But what isn't nice, at least from your standpoint is that almost
all of the replies in this thread are from you and your sock puppet
troll pseudo siblings. Your attempt to stimulate interest by
creating fake praise from several new sock puppet troll clones
doesn't seem to be working. Maybe you need create a few more.
Yeah, that's the ticket. And if you do, they'll be just as quickly
added to latest version of the :

> **** CHDK / Photoline 32 / anti-DSLR Sock Puppet Troll List ****
>
> Baumbadier, Brad M, CharleiD, DOCJohnson, email(a)email.com,
> FrankLM, GilfordBrimly, GoKiting, HokusPokus, JoeBS, Lurk,
> NameHere, New2_S3, nobody(a)noplace.org, RockyZ, SayWhat,
> SelfImporantName, SelfImportantName, Soujourner, spamless,
> TryinToHelp, WillyWonka and X-Man.