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* The JPG's [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exchangeable_image_file_format EXIF] data is written by the original Canon firmware, not by CHDK. You could have a look to the other values in the EXIF meta data, especially to the Makernotes there, e.g. with a software tool like Phil Harvey's [[Software#Helpful_Tools|ExifTool]]. <small><sub> [[User:Fe50|Fe50]] 04:59, March 31, 2010 (UTC)</sub></small>

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This script is super! I changed the script substituting the following lines of the second script (by ~SuperManu~) to work with Allbest (build 50) for my A710IS

if i = -32764 then goto "ok"

if i = -32765 then goto "ok"

if i = -32766 then goto "ok"

print "P, Tv or Av ...",i

--Dashesy 01:09, 8 June 2008 (UTC)dashesy


Exposure Bias Value In Exif Tags

when i change the EV manually, the exif tag "exposure bias value" inf the resulting photoes contain the correct values (-2,-1,0,1,2). When i use the script, all pictures have exposure bias value set to 0 in their exif tags, althoug they are of different brightness as i expected. i wonder what is the reason for this?

80.137.210.44 21:54, March 30, 2010 (UTC)dirk

  • The JPG's EXIF data is written by the original Canon firmware, not by CHDK. You could have a look to the other values in the EXIF meta data, especially to the Makernotes there, e.g. with a software tool like Phil Harvey's ExifTool. Fe50 04:59, March 31, 2010 (UTC)
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