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I am not sure but this year experienced a lot of cloudy nights and even clear nights changed to cloudy all of a sudden. Generally I make an exposure plan and watch the weather on another window. Once I notice there is a chance of thin clouds think of changing my plan. 

Is there a way to change the plan without aborting the current plan? Plan change such as changing the total remaining exposure count or exposure time in seconds or ISO settings?

Also, is there a way I can execute a  command line from the plan such as adding extra delay after a few exposure if exif shows camera temperature is way more than expected or execute something else relevant?

Thank you,

Ansuman.

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I'm considered this in the past and I even looked at it... but it was simply not designed for this.  It is doable but it would require a lot of work on my part.  It's not off the radar for sure... but having said this it is not at the top of the list either.  Will consider it in the future.

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