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Magic Lantern Firmware Wiki

Magic Lantern Firmware Wiki
Magic Lantern Firmware Magic Lantern is a software enhancement that offers increased functionality to the excellent Canon DSLR cameras. We have created an open framework, licensed under GPL, for developing extensions to the official firmware. Magic Lantern is not a "hack", or a modified firmware, it is an independent program that runs alongside Canon's own software. Each time you start your camera, Magic Lantern is loaded from your memory card. Frequently Asked Questions What is it? Magic Lantern is an enhancement atop of Canon's firmware that frees your Canon DSLR, allowing you to use many useful features. Is it only for video? No. Initially, Magic Lantern was developed by independent filmmakers and tailored for video production on 5D Mark II. Where do I get it? See the Download page. Will it break my camera? As of September 2009 the software has been downloaded over two thousand times and there have been no reports of damage to the cameras. What can I do to help? Where do I report bugs?

The Event Videographer's Resource Choosing Your GlassLet's say you choose the first option and go with the Canon brand lenses. For a minimum suite of lenses for shooting a wedding video, you're looking at an investment of about $2,768. This would include a 17mm-55mm f/2.8 with image stabilizer ($1,119), a 70mm-200mm f/2.8 without image stabilizer ($1,300), and a 50mm f/1.4 ($369.95). You can cut this total nearly in half if you go with lenses from companies such as Sigma, Tokina, and Tamron. The upside of this approach is that there's a reason the Canons are so expensive. If you choose the second option, you'll save some money, but you won't get the most you can out of your equipment. Going Old SchoolOnce again, let's take the example of the minimum suite of lenses you'll need for a wedding shoot. If you go this route and have a lens budget of $500, you'll have money left over. By now, you probably have a few questions, and they are probably in this order: Where did you find these lenses a such a great cost?

Vectorielle libre graphiques, icônes gratuites, des modèles de site internet gratuit, psd graphique, photoshop brush, font, téléchargement gratuit Why I Chose to Invest in a C300 over a RED MX(or a SCARLET) - Blog - Alex Wagner After lots and lots of deliberation, I finally made the decision to invest in a new camera. To be exact, I bought a Canon C300 with EF mount. I have been agonizing for almost 2 months now over getting a C300, a used RED MX, or putting together a DIT cart. I've owned a 7D for a couple of years now and my hope was that purchasing a higher end camera would help me get better work/less run 'n' gun videography-type gigs, or at the very least, provide me with another stream of income through rentals. I considered many options but one of my main criteria is "what do people want to rent?". Through research and recent experience working at a rental house, I narrowed it down to two cameras: the RED MX and the Canon C300. You may disagree that the RED MX is still a popular camera to rent but, I have to say, I know some local owner/operators of RED Camera packages and they stay pretty busy in the Dallas/Ft. Some other notes: I did not consider the Scarlet because I do not like it's design.

ASTUCE CAM : débrider, améliorer le rendu sur Caméra Canon ! D|Focus - The Affordable Follow Focus System - La prise de vue en studio: l'éclairage du portrait - objectif photographie argentique - le site du labo Par Danny DULIEU 1 - Introduction Facile et en même temps difficile, le portrait en studio (et par là même la photographie en studio) est une technique à la fois très simple mais également complexe. Types d'éclairage. Actuellement, deux types d'éclairages sont très répandus. Le flash électronique a désormais mes faveurs. Film ou sensibilité à utiliser On préfère actuellement utiliser des films ou un réglage de sensibilité basse à moyenne, autrement dit entre 50 et 200 ASA. Le flash-mètre Jadis très onéreux, on peut aujourd'hui trouver de très bons flash mètres en neuf ou occasion pour quelques dizaines d'euros. Je me fâche souvent avec les collectionneurs et snobinards du matériel ancien, mais sachez qu'il existe également des compléments flash mètre pour cellules Lunasix ainsi que moultes modèles anciens, au look "vintage" avec leur indicateur à aiguilles. synchro ou synchro RC ? Les appareils modernes sont très sensibles si vous utilisez de vieux flashes de studio. 2. Tente ou parapluie ?

Low light test of 5D Mark III raw vs H.264 The 5D Mark III is already a very capable low light camera. In its factory guise whilst not quite as clean as the Canon C300 or Sony FS100, it is the best DSLR for low light shooting (though the Nikon D5200 puts up a good fight). But that was before the latest developments with ML Raw. Has low light improved even further? The answer is a resounding yes. The image is cleaner in low light with raw, with even exposures I rated ISO 12,800 coming out perfectly usable. The power of raw is that you can fully exploit the dynamic range of the image, and in low light that means going into the shadows and giving them a lift, or crushing them back for more contrast and less noise. First an important note – don’t judge noise from the Vimeo streaming embedded clip. RAW (click it to enlarge) Download the DNG and grade it yourself in Photoshop Note on warm cast – that is on purpose, creative choice to match look of scene how my eyes saw it. Also look at the poster – half of it is gone. Latitude Raw Exposure

2011 Top 10 Entry-Level DSLR Cameras Review | High Definition Video Life Copyright © 1999-2012, LLC. All rights reserved. *One FREE .COM, .CO, .NET or .ORG with purchase of a new 12-, 24- or 36-month website builder plan. + New .COMs $7.99/yr plus 18 cents/yr ICANN fee. Camera Raw and DNG Converter : For Windows : Adobe DNG Converter 7.2 This update contains the Adobe DNG 7.2 Converter. The Adobe DNG Converter is a free utility that enables you to easily convert camera-specific raw files from more than 350 cameras to the more universal DNG raw format. Digital Negative was developed to address the lack of an open standard for the proprietary and unique raw files created by each digital camera. DNG allows photographers to archive their raw camera files in a single format for easy cataloging and access in the future. With the format specification freely available, any developer can build software that supports and takes advantage of DNG. Support for the following cameras has been added. Refer to the following ReadMe file for other updates in this version: DNG 7.2 ReadMe System requirements Microsoft® Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, or Windows 7 Installation Instructions After downloading a ".exe" file in Windows, double-click on the ".exe" file to access the file's contents. Need help with downloading? 1. License agreement