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Magic Lantern - internal intervalometer for a Canon 1200 d


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Hi all,

 

today I installed the Nightly Builds from Magic Lantern website with the intention to get an internal intervalometer on my modified camera. 

I followed the procedure as  suggested here Magic Lantern Nightly Builds.

 

New firmware installed and all the new feature works pretty good however I didn't find any internal intervalometer or time lapse feature to add to my main menu.

 

Does anybody know if the intervalometer is available only for different Canon version ( 1100 d etc.. )  or is there any alternative way to install it ?

 

I really would like to leave my external intervalometer at home if possible...

 

Thank you in advance for your kind respond.

 

P.S. : I wasn't sure if here is the right place for this post or rather under the astronomy software section.

 

Gabs

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, gabs said:

Hi all,

 

today I installed the Nightly Builds from Magic Lantern website with the intention to get an internal intervalometer on my modified camera. 

I followed the procedure as  suggested here Magic Lantern Nightly Builds.

 

New firmware installed and all the new feature works pretty good however I didn't find any internal intervalometer or time lapse feature to add to my main menu.

 

Does anybody know if the intervalometer is available only for different Canon version ( 1100 d etc.. )  or is there any alternative way to install it ?

 

I really would like to leave my external intervalometer at home if possible...

 

Thank you in advance for your kind respond.

 

P.S. : I wasn't sure if here is the right place for this post or rather under the astronomy software section.

 

Gabs

 

 

 

The Magic Lantern website says the 1200D is not supported yet, it is in progress. Maybe they haven't installed the code for the intervalometer yet.

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4 minutes ago, AstronomyUkraine said:

You might have a long wait. The 1200D has been in progress for 12 months.

Oh well! Fair enough.. 😞

Thanks anyway! 

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I don’t know how but I managed to get the intervalometer installed.

Using the same firmware and installing the code for 1100d seems to work!

 

gabs

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