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Wednesday, September 9, 2009


In Debug page I published some info about SYSPARAM.TXT file.
I belive that most interesting is to play with noise reduction setting.
Do not use other commands without STORE prefix, as it is quite dangerous.

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[ Posted by TN,January 05, 2010 18:59 ]
     Thank you for all the hard work and progress. Cheers!

[ Posted by TSV,January 11, 2010 1:03 ]
     I've been following your progress. Not a computer programmer so I can't really add to the effort. Congratulations and thank you for all the work.

[ Posted by Lammy,February 06, 2010 10:38 ]
     I've been following the hacking site for a few things... is it possible to hack and unlock manual control of ISO and Shutter for Video mode of the K20/K7/Kx? Thank you =]

[ Posted by Canto,March 10, 2010 7:32 ]
     The work you have done is extremely impressive. I have been searching your site for something in particular. If anyone knows how to disable the limitation on multiple exposures, I would be very interested in finding out about it. Many thanks

[ Posted by CDA,November 27, 2010 10:10 ]
     FYI I managed to disable on my GX20 the dark frame substraction using the following settings in SYSPARAM.TXT (didn't have time to check which one is exactly the culprit) [FORCENR] 1@[DISABLENR] 1@[DISABLEBLC] 1@ For a long exposures the camera used to wait (calculate NR ?) almost as long as the exposure. Now with a 30" exposure the picture is displayed instantly after the show.

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