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faq [2017/12/10 17:18]
a1ex [Why is it so difficult to change the LiveView resolution, when elements like bit rate control and HDR video seem to be relatively easy to implement?]
faq [2018/01/09 01:54]
test [How do I see shutter counter / CMOS temperature?]
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 ===== How do I see shutter counter / CMOS temperature?​ ===== ===== How do I see shutter counter / CMOS temperature?​ =====
  
-Look in [[#id11|`Debug`_]] menu.+Look in the [[#​id11|Debug]] menu.
  
 ===== Can I use LiveView in complete darkness? ===== ===== Can I use LiveView in complete darkness? =====
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 ===== Why is it so difficult to change the LiveView resolution, when elements like bit rate control and HDR video seem to be relatively easy to implement? ===== ===== Why is it so difficult to change the LiveView resolution, when elements like bit rate control and HDR video seem to be relatively easy to implement? =====
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-Knowing where to tweak which register values to get other resolutions is as simple as translating a pile of Egyptian glyphs. 
  
 [[https://​xkcd.com/​1425/​|{{:​tasks_2x.png?​nolink&​180|}}]] [[https://​xkcd.com/​1425/​|{{:​tasks_2x.png?​nolink&​180|}}]]
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 +Knowing where to tweak which register values to get other resolutions is as simple as translating a pile of Egyptian glyphs.
 ===== Canon has announced that the SX280 will shoot 60fps at 1080p and a  14 fps Burst rate. I am sure the Digic 6 can easily handle the double of both rates. ===== ===== Canon has announced that the SX280 will shoot 60fps at 1080p and a  14 fps Burst rate. I am sure the Digic 6 can easily handle the double of both rates. =====
  
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