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HD features can't "undo"?


rocky969@icloud.com
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I think that I can duplicate what the OP is reporting with BYE 3.2.2 and my T5i.

After connecting I start by taking a 1 second Snap image. Since the body cap is on the camera, I get a black image. I enable the Star HD tools and click on the Logarithm (the checkbox label is misspelled as "Logarihtm") and the image turns a mottled gray. I then click to select the Invert checkbox and the displayed image changes again to a different mottled gray image. If I uncheck the Invert checkbox I would expect the image to change back to before Invert was checked, but it becomes whiter.

With LiveView active where I am being presented with new frames, it behaves as I expect, but with a Snap Image it does not.

Perhaps it is the design behavior, but it is not what I was expecting.

Oh, and Rocky969, in order to tell you if what you are seeing will be, or perhaps already is, fixed in a future release you need to tell us what release of BYN you are using and what model of camera (in case that matters, as well).

Thanks,

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