a question I wanted to ask a long time ago.
this is about shooting fps override timelapse in video mode, for low light situation.
I bought a 6D last year and installed ML and it works fine... except for the one specific feature I wanted it .
let me explain: before , I had the 600D, and in video mode the 'fps override' in 'low light' selection works great, so I could shoot e.g. at ISO 1600 some timelapses at night e.g. of the northern lights . Using a fast lens it works really good. But ISO 1600 is sort of the limit... beyond that there's too much noise...
if I choose ISO 800 on the 600D the video has even less noise but the shutterspeeds must be longer.
Now, since the 6D has better low-light capability, I was hoping I could use the same feature, in video mode, fps override, 'low light' setting, e.g. at ISO 2500 or 3200 ... but no, it results in horrible noisy mesh... even at ISO 1600... the 'low-light' setting ( long exposures of each frame in fps override ) is a mess on my 6D .
any idea what I would need to change in settings ?