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Feature Requests / Re: Trigger Focus Stacking from Remote
« on: February 17, 2016, 11:14:00 PM »
Also looking forward to this. If anyone could guide me, I would be glad to make module/script to make it work :) . Just don't know where to begin.

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Modules Development / Re: Full-resolution silent pictures
« on: April 10, 2015, 12:43:28 PM »
Hello,

There're surprisingly few tutorials on silent full-rez timelapses of sunsets and all searches bring here. So I'll dare to ask in this branch.

I am using the latest nightly build (maybe it's an overkill and I need simply the latest ML, pls, tell me) on my T3i (600D) and willing to learn only one thing  - capture a silent full-rez timelapse of sunrise/sunset. The problem: I set up ETTR, intervalometer, silent mode, M-mode, but regardless of how I reinforce the ISO, it keeps jumping to the highest 3200 once the longest allowed shutter speed is reached. So if I start at 800 1/25th, it'll eventually roll over to 3200 3". Is it expected behavior? Or should I set the max shutter speed to 10sec? Other ideas?

I see all these wonderful stary nightlapses, but I also want to blend in some of the sunset.
A few pages back and you will see posts that 600D has 0.8 sec Shutter limit, posts also include  explanation links. I was also dreaming about starry timelapses with my 600D, but with current nightlies it is not possible (correct me if new versions allow more than 0.8s) In the old stable release there is no FRSP. Hope the community can figure it out.

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Could anyone be so kind and please make a full res silent picture with ability to save into mlv for 600D? Don't want to sound noob, but the 600D 19July Nightly, which I found from "Full-resolution silent pictures" main topic page 5, before it was deleted, doesn't include mlv saving. Only DNG mode. I believe other 600D owners would also like to test out this nice feature :)

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