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by steinardo
29 Feb 2016, 12:12
Forum: Feature request/ideas
Topic: Support for Custom (C) mode
Replies: 2
Views: 4494

Support for Custom (C) mode

I tried saving my typical timelapse settings to the custom dial on my EOS camera. But trying to use this C mode in qDD did not work - it was requesting the M mode (even though the M setting was stored within the C mode). Would it be possible to support C mode - as I typically have other settings dur...
by steinardo
29 Feb 2016, 12:06
Forum: Error reports
Topic: Average pool size/Correction every frame
Replies: 4
Views: 5123

Re: Average pool size/Correction every frame

It's just to understand the minimum time frame a correction can be made. So in this example with a pool size of 3 and correction every 2 frames, and let say exposure every 5 seconds - the minimum possible correction rate will be every 2*3*5=30 seconds (given that the floating average is below the re...
by steinardo
29 Feb 2016, 11:57
Forum: Error reports
Topic: Night timelapse issue
Replies: 2
Views: 3564

Re: Night timelapse issue

Yes, I was using aperture ramping. I was using the same set-up during the sunset a few hours earlier (but in sunset mode), and it worked like a dream for that.
by steinardo
28 Feb 2016, 08:51
Forum: Error reports
Topic: Night timelapse issue
Replies: 2
Views: 3564

Night timelapse issue

Last night I tried to capture the stars and planned to leave the camera outside all night to also capture the sunrise. I set it the camera on T-8s, A-4.5, ISO-400, which according to the camera was the correct exposure. I sett qDDb to auto holy grail sunrise at an interval of 30 seconds. After an ho...
by steinardo
28 Feb 2016, 08:42
Forum: Error reports
Topic: Average pool size/Correction every frame
Replies: 4
Views: 5123

Average pool size/Correction every frame

I am struggling to understand the average pool size wrt to correction every frame.

Eg. use a pool size of 3 and correction every 2 frames - does this mean that the pool size average is covering the last 6 of the total exposures?