PowerShot SD30 DIGITAL ELPH / DIGITAL IXUS i zoom / IXY DIGITAL L3[edit | edit source]
The Ixus iZoom (Europe) / Powershot SD30 (North America) / IXY Digital L3 (Japan) is a 5.0 MP compact camera, released in August 2005.
CHDK is available from the Download page for the Ixus iZoom / SD30 with firmware versions 1.00E, 1.00F, 1.00G and 100H
Reviews and Specifications[edit | edit source]
Technical Data[edit | edit source]
Digic II image processor VxWorks operating system
Sensor: 5.0 million effective pixels, 1/2.5 inch CCD type Lens: 38 - 90 mm, 2.4 x optical zoom, F3.2 - F5.4 ISO 50 to 400 Display: 1.8 inch TFT, 118,000 pixels Storage: SD / MMC Card Power: rechargeable Li-Ion battery NB-4L Dimensions: 96 x 45 x 24 mm (3.8 x 1.8 x 0.9 inch), Weight: 105 g (3.7 oz) (without battery)
Firmware information[edit | edit source]
When getting the firmware version of this camera, besides requiring an empty file called "vers.req" on the memory card, theand buttons have to be pressed (unlike some other models).
Canon PowerShot SD30 P-ID:30F4 NT Firmware Ver GM1.00G Adj Ver.002.019 Sep 26 2005 18:48:25
Using CHDK's USB Remote feature on the SD30 / IXUS i zoom[edit | edit source]
The USB connector is on the camera's cradle. While in the cradle one cannot switch to Rec mode unless one executes the following script with CHDK's Lua native calls option enabled. After using that one can switch to Rec mode and connect the USB Remote to the cradle. The cradle has a plastic tripod thread, too.
For Developers[edit | edit source]
- Platform ID: 30F4 (hex)
Firmware dumps[edit | edit source]
- A dump for firmware version 1.00G is available on Rapidshare (achieved using udumper.exe)
Download location for firmware dumps:
LEDs[edit | edit source]
AF_LED 0xC0220080 BLUE_LED 0xC0220084 RED_LED 0xC0220088 GREEN_LED 0xC022008C
Porting process[edit | edit source]
- Porting of the SD30 was started at 05-Dec-2008 by elektro255.
- A working beta version is available from here: Forum link (first you must be logged in)
Forum porting thread: SD30/IXUS iZoom porting...
→ Since changeset #621 (06-Dec-2008) the sources are included in the 'official' trunk ().