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This intervalometer will lock focus and exposure and take pictures as rapidly as possible. It should work on any CHDK equipped camera as it has nothing specific to any camera model. It also does not require the camera to be in continuous shooting mode. Typical shooting speed is reported to be less that two seconds per shot.
--[[ @title Fast Shooter @chdk_version 1.3 @param n number of shots @default n 5 @param d start delay seconds @default d 1 --]] -- restore function restore() set_aflock(0) end set_console_layout(10, 0, 40, 14) print("Fast Shooter Started...") -- switch to shooting mode if necessary if ( get_mode() == false ) then sleep(1000) set_record(1) while ( get_mode() == false) do sleep(100) end end -- programmable delay to let you get in the picture too sleep(d) start_tick = get_tick_count() -- lock in the exposure and focus press("shoot_half") repeat sleep(50) until get_shooting() == true set_aflock(1) -- fire away as fast as possible for i=1, n, 1 do ecnt=get_exp_count() press("shoot_full_only") repeat sleep(20) until(get_exp_count()~=ecnt) release("shoot_full_only") end_tick=get_tick_count() second = (end_tick - start_tick)/1000 milliseconds = (end_tick - start_tick)%1000 print("shot "..i.." at "..second.."."..milliseconds.." seconds") end -- done restore() print("...done")