RE: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Canon EOS 7D pics and specs leak out
- I don't know why they haven't applied some of the 1D mark ii and mark ii
features like expanded autobracketing to the newer models. My 40d can only
shoot 3 bracketed images 2 stops apart, for a max of 4 stop range, while my
older 1D mark ii can shoot up to 7 autobracketed images 3 stops apart for a
total range of 18 stops.
Surely its only a slight change in the firmware as Trausti suggests.
From: PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com [mailto:PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com] On
Behalf Of Trausti Hraunfjord
Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 4:43 PM
Subject: Re: [PanoToolsNG] Re: Canon EOS 7D pics and specs leak out
There surely must be some good ... well... let's just call them "hackers" or
"crackers" out there, that have been able to access the built-in software
(firmware) and change the default settings?
In the case of Olympus, the range is only -1 0 +1 ... and that is of course
far from being enough for anything serious.
When digital cameras run on software, it has to be possible to access and
change the data to fit one's personal needs, when the producers don't
On Sep 1, 2009 2:09pm, luca vascon <vascon@iuav. <mailto:vascon%40iuav.it>
> frustrating...<mailto:matthew%40360precision.com> n.com>
> to have a -2 0 +2 range in a 8 shots pano, I mean.
> 2009/9/1 Matthew Rogers matthew@360precisio
>> It would be good if you could[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> > expand it to 2ev I guess but apart from that limitation it works well.
> > On 1 Sep 2009, at 09:18, panoramicsdk wrote:
> > > Still no intelligent bracketing. Same -2+2EV
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- Sometime around 4/9/09 (at 14:52 -0500) Trausti Hraunfjord said:
>Olympus E-series do support this "tetheredTethered shooting means it can be controlled from a connected (i.e.
>shooting"... but I still haven't got a clue about what it means.
'tethered') computer, so you can set controls and take shots remotely
rather than having to poke the dials and buttons on the camera itself.