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Gphoto2 canon s100

joe garrido

Hello, thank you for any support on this.  i can see that the s100 does support image capture but I am unable to set capture to 1 or true or yes.

Thank you

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RPi B with rasbian.
Camera model:
canon s100 (later model from 2011)
gphoto version: gphoto2 2.5.10.1

Capture Config
Label: Capture                                                                
Type: TOGGLE
Current: 0


summery.txt (attached)

config.txt (attached)

debug.txt (attached)

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lsusb

Bus 001 Device 006: ID 148f:5370 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT5370 Wireless Adapter
Bus 001 Device 024: ID 04a9:3236 Canon, Inc. PowerShot S100
Bus 001 Device 004: ID 046d:c52b Logitech, Inc. Unifying Receiver
Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0424:ec00 Standard Microsystems Corp. SMSC9512/9514 Fast Ethernet Adapter
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0424:9514 Standard Microsystems Corp.
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub


$ gphoto2 --auto-detect

Model                          Port                                            

----------------------------------------------------------

Canon PowerShot S100           usb:001,024     


$ gphoto2 --capture-image

*** Error ***              

Sorry, your camera does not support generic capture

ERROR: Could not capture image.

ERROR: Could not capture.

*** Error (-6: 'Unsupported operation') ***       


For debugging messages, please use the --debug option.

Debugging messages may help finding a solution to your problem.

If you intend to send any error or debug messages to the gphoto

developer mailing list <[hidden email]>, please run

gphoto2 as follows:

env LANG=C gphoto2 --debug --debug-logfile=my-logfile.txt --capture-image


Please make sure there is sufficient quoting around the arguments.



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Re: Gphoto2 canon s100

Marcus Meissner
Hi,

No, sadly it does not support remote capture.

All Canon Powershot cameras since several years no longer support it.

(CHDK adds support, but its a bit tricky.)

Ciao, Marcus
On Tue, May 17, 2016 at 01:54:54PM -0700, joe garrido wrote:

> Hello, thank you for any support on this.  i can see that the s100 does
> support image capture but I am unable to set capture to 1 or true or yes.
>
> *Thank you*
>
> ===================================
>
>
> *RPi B with rasbian.Camera model: *canon s100 (later model from 2011)
> *gphoto version: *gphoto2 2.5.10.1
>
>
> *Capture Config*Label: Capture
>
> Type: TOGGLE
> Current: 0
>
>
> *summery.txt (attached)*
>
> *config.txt (attached)*
>
> *debug.txt (attached)*
>
> ===================================
>
> *$ lsusb*
>
> Bus 001 Device 006: ID 148f:5370 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT5370 Wireless
> Adapter
> Bus 001 Device 024: ID 04a9:3236 Canon, Inc. PowerShot S100
> Bus 001 Device 004: ID 046d:c52b Logitech, Inc. Unifying Receiver
> Bus 001 Device 003: ID 0424:ec00 Standard Microsystems Corp. SMSC9512/9514
> Fast Ethernet Adapter
> Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0424:9514 Standard Microsystems Corp.
> Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
>
>
> *$ gphoto2 --auto-detect*
>
> Model                          Port
>
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------
>
> Canon PowerShot S100           usb:001,024
>
>
> *$ gphoto2 --capture-image*
>
> *** Error ***
>
> Sorry, your camera does not support generic capture
>
> ERROR: Could not capture image.
>
> ERROR: Could not capture.
>
> *** Error (-6: 'Unsupported operation') ***
>
>
> For debugging messages, please use the --debug option.
>
> Debugging messages may help finding a solution to your problem.
>
> If you intend to send any error or debug messages to the gphoto
>
> developer mailing list <[hidden email]>, please run
>
> gphoto2 as follows:
>
> env LANG=C gphoto2 --debug --debug-logfile=my-logfile.txt --capture-image
>
>
> Please make sure there is sufficient quoting around the arguments.

> Camera summary:
> Manufacturer: Canon Inc.
> Model: Canon PowerShot S100
>   Version: 1-11.0.1.0
> Vendor Extension ID: 0xb (1.0)
>
> Capture Formats: JPEG
> Display Formats: Association/Directory, Script, DPOF, MS AVI, MS Wave, JPEG, Defined Type, CRW, Unknown(b103), Unknown(b105), Unknown(b104), Unknown(bf01)
>
> Device Capabilities:
>         File Download, File Deletion, File Upload
>         No Image Capture, No Open Capture, No vendor specific capture
>
> Storage Devices Summary:
> store_00010001:
>         StorageDescription: None
>         VolumeLabel: None
>         Storage Type: Removable RAM (memory card)
>         Filesystemtype: Digital Camera Layout (DCIM)
>         Access Capability: Read-Write
>         Maximum Capability: 15923150848 (15185 MB)
>         Free Space (Bytes): 6705217536 (6394 MB)
>         Free Space (Images): -1
>
> Device Property Summary:
> Event Emulate Mode(0xd045):(readwrite) (type=0x4) Enumeration [1,2,3,4,5,6,7] value: 2
> Property 0xd04a:(readwrite) (type=0x2) Enumeration [0,1,2,3] value: 0
> Size of Output Data from Camera(0xd02e):(read only) (type=0x6) 524288
> Size of Input Data to Camera(0xd02f):(read only) (type=0x6) 524288
> Battery Level(0x5001):(read only) (type=0x2) Enumeration [0,1,2,3] value: 3% (3)
> Battery Type(0xd002):(read only) (type=0x4) Enumeration [0,1,2,3,4,5] value: Unknown (0)
> Battery Mode(0xd003):(read only) (type=0x6) Enumeration [0,1,2,3] value: Normal (1)
> UNIX Time(0xd034):(readwrite) (type=0x6) 315534058
> Type of Slideshow(0xd047):(read only) (type=0x4) 2
> DPOF Version(0xd046):(read only) (type=0x4) 257
> Remote API Version(0xd030):(read only) (type=0x6) 256
> Model ID(0xd049):(read only) (type=0x6) 51445760
> Camera Model(0xd032):(read only) (type=0xffff) 'Canon PowerShot S100'
> Camera Owner(0xd033):(readwrite) (type=0x4002) a[0]
> Firmware Version(0xd031):(read only) (type=0x6) 16777472
> Property 0xd050:(read only) (type=0x2) 0
> Property 0xd051:(read only) (type=0x4004) a[2] 14337,45317
> Property 0xd052:(read only) (type=0x2) 1
> Property 0xd402:(read only) (type=0xffff) 'Canon PowerShot S100'
> Property 0xd406:(readwrite) (type=0xffff) 'Windows'
> Property 0xd407:(read only) (type=0x6) 1
> Property 0xd303:(read only) (type=0x2) 1
>

> Current: 1
> Choice: 0 0
> Choice: 1 1
> Choice: 2 2
> Choice: 3 3
> /main/other/d034
> Label: UNIX Time
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 315534158
> /main/other/d047
> Label: Type of Slideshow
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 2
> /main/other/d046
> Label: DPOF Version
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 257
> /main/other/d030
> Label: Remote API Version
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 256
> /main/other/d049
> Label: Model ID
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 51445760
> /main/other/d032
> Label: Camera Model
> Type: TEXT
> Current: Canon PowerShot S100
> /main/other/d033
> Label: Camera Owner
> Type: TEXT
> Current: (null)
> /main/other/d031
> Label: Firmware Version
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 16777472
> /main/other/d050
> Label: PTP Property 0xd050
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 0
> /main/other/d051
> Label: PTP Property 0xd051
> Type: TEXT
> Current: (null)
> /main/other/d052
> Label: PTP Property 0xd052
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 1
> /main/other/d402
> Label: PTP Property 0xd402
> Type: TEXT
> Current: Canon PowerShot S100
> /main/other/d406
> Label: PTP Property 0xd406
> Type: TEXT
> Current: Windows
> /main/other/d407
> Label: PTP Property 0xd407
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 1
> /main/other/d303
> Label: PTP Property 0xd303
> Type: TEXT
> Current: 1

> 0.000873 main                        (2): ALWAYS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING LINES WHEN SENDING DEBUG MESSAGES TO THE MAILING LIST:
> 0.001070 main                        (2): gphoto2 2.5.10.1
> 0.001188 main                        (2): gphoto2 has been compiled with the following options:
> 0.001236 main                        (2):  + gcc (C compiler used)
> 0.001265 main                        (2):  + popt (mandatory, for handling command-line parameters)
> 0.001294 main                        (2):  + exif (for displaying EXIF information)
> 0.001322 main                        (2):  + no cdk (for accessing configuration options)
> 0.001350 main                        (2):  + no aa (for displaying live previews)
> 0.001377 main                        (2):  + no jpeg (for displaying live previews in JPEG format)
> 0.001405 main                        (2):  + no readline (for easy navigation in the shell)
> 0.001469 main                        (2): libgphoto2 2.5.10.1
> 0.001525 main                        (2): libgphoto2 has been compiled with the following options:
> 0.001555 main                        (2):  + all camlibs
> 0.001580 main                        (2):  + gcc (C compiler used)
> 0.001608 main                        (2):  + ltdl (for portable loading of camlibs)
> 0.001634 main                        (2):  + EXIF (for special handling of EXIF files)
> 0.001676 main                        (2): libgphoto2_port 0.12.0
> 0.001722 main                        (2): libgphoto2_port has been compiled with the following options:
> 0.001758 main                        (2):  + gcc (C compiler used)
> 0.001796 main                        (2):  + ltdl (for portable loading of camlibs)
> 0.001825 main                        (2):  + USB (libusb0, for USB cameras)
> 0.001852 main                        (2):  + serial (for serial cameras)
> 0.001879 main                        (2):  + no resmgr (serial port access and locking)
> 0.001906 main                        (2):  + no ttylock (serial port locking)
> 0.001932 main                        (2):  + no lockdev (serial port locking)
> 0.002028 main                        (2): CAMLIBS env var not set, using compile-time default instead
> 0.002066 main                        (2): IOLIBS env var not set, using compile-time default instead
> 0.002096 main                        (2): invoked with following arguments:
> 0.002123 main                        (2):   --debug
> 0.002248 load_settings               (2): Creating gphoto config directory ('/home/pi/.gphoto')
> 0.002636 load_settings               (2): Loading settings from file '/home/pi/.gphoto/settings'.
> 0.003459 gp_camera_free              (2): Freeing camera...
> 0.003515 gp_port_free                (2): Freeing port...
> 0.003566 gp_filesystem_reset         (2): resetting filesystem
> 0.003595 gp_filesystem_lru_clear     (2): Clearing fscache LRU list...
> 0.003622 gp_filesystem_lru_clear     (2): fscache LRU list already empty
> 0.003652 delete_all_folders          (2): Internally deleting all folders from '/'...
> 0.003685 lookup_folder               (2): Lookup folder '/'...
> 0.003714 lookup_folder               (2): Found! / is 0x14f4b40
> 0.003742 recurse_delete_folder       (2): Recurse delete folder 0x14f4b40//

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