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Hardware and Accessories / Re: Looking for a cage - EOS M
« on: March 29, 2021, 05:52:24 PM »
It says 86 available

Damn. I was looking for it on mobile and it cut off that this thing is not only for the Sony cameras. Big facepalm. Thank you very much. You helped a newbie out :).

Hardware and Accessories / Re: Looking for a cage - EOS M
« on: March 29, 2021, 04:41:59 PM »
Zeek to the rescue:

Everything linked in description.

Thank you. I already watched that. This cage is unavailable as well.

Hardware and Accessories / Looking for a cage - EOS M
« on: March 29, 2021, 03:18:32 PM »
Maybe someone can help me here. I can't for the life of me find a cage for the EOS M where I'm from (Germany). Seems that smallrig doesn't produce theirs anymore. I read that the M100 cages work with some slight modifications but same problem: there are none.
Does the M50 cage fit? At least I can find those.
Or do you guys have any other suggestions? If there are modifications to be made then so be it. I'm fairly new to cameras but i know my way around tools.

First of all, thank you for the replies. I THINK i might have found the problem:

my working theory is that my aperture readings were completely off. i now opened it up completely, unscrewed the lens, reattached it while open and while the camera was on and it might have solved the issue. i also completely reset everything, including the canon firmware so that might have also helped. not sure. maybe actually user error and i still had some automation. but i doubt it.

maybe a bug with the lens or its readout in ML? i have no idea how i would recreate the issue, since my settings are the exact same as before.

i'm gonna go out today and capture some stuff. maybe it'll work now. we'll see. gonna get back to you if it's still bad.

but really, thank you for the quick replies. i think i'm gonna be happy here :D

EDIT: yes, everything is tip top now. very nice. Magic Lantern is awesome.

Hey guys,

I'm completely new to magic lantern but it's a great project and I'm pretty excited. So i got an EOS M with the kit lens.

But: my footage is always a noisy mess.

The histogram shows me exposure levels between 3 and 4, no matter the lighting conditions.

shooting in 2.5k or 2.8k RAW
ISO is set to 100, aperture to 3.5, shutter to 48 or 50.
if i play around with any of those the E value changes but it never drops below 1 and if it does it's for like a second.

I disabled everything in the canon menu i could think of. It's set to manual exposure ofc.

What's happening and how can i fix it? :(

I hope I'm in the right subforum...

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