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How-To: Expand your camera with CHDK
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Posted May 27th 2008 11:00AM by Logan Williams
As anyone who has lusted over the technical specifications for Canon's new Digital Rebel XSi knows, the capabilities of the average point and shoot camera are severely limited. Using the CHDK firmware hack, the features of Canon point and shoot cameras can be significantly expanded, allowing for ultra-high speed photography, very long exposures, time lapse photography, and RAW capture. This How-To provides a guide to our experiences using the CHDK firmware, and shows just how easy it is to get more out of a point and shoot than ever thought possible.
The first step is to install the CHDK software. Our friends at Lifehacker recently ran an article covering exactly that, so we won't bother repeating the instructions. Be sure to install the Allbest build, it has all of the nice features.
After installing, you'll want to have the firmware autoload when you boot up your camera. To do so, open up the main CHDK menu by pressing your ALT button, then the MENU button. Scroll down to "Debug parameters", then click on "Make card bootable..." After it is done, turn off your camera, remove the SD card, and toggle the write protect switch. When this switch is toggled, the camera will automatically boot into CHDK (you'll still be writing to it).
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