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The limitations you have described are clearly stated on page 49 of the Canon PowerShot G7 Advanced Camera User Guide. Since the limitation appears to be with regard to specific positions of the aperture diaphragm it is most likely a mechanical limitation of the camera's design. As the focal length increases the effective aperture will change for the same ...
AFAIK there is no way to do that with camera settings, nor with any mainstream tethering software (You may be able to do that if you don't mind getting your hands dirty and coding something, but it would just be too much effort). If you have the resources available you can do that shooting at 1/30 or more and firing a flash at the beginning (although I ...
It should support the same shutter, regardless of aperture. Unless the aperture and the shutter is in fact the same part. So the wider it is, the longer it has to travel to open up and close. Usually referred to as diaphragm- or leaf shutters.
This is an effect of being in 14 bit RAW mode - It takes longer to process the data from the sensor, which leads to a slight mechanical delay in the mirror / shutter mechanism (exact reason unknown) Switch to 12 bit and it will take the same time to process as a JPG Although in the spirit of pure quality 14 bit would be preferred if speed is not an issue. ...
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