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HDR and Dual ISO Postprocessing / Pink highlights
« on: May 22, 2014, 12:34:02 AM »
Hey guys,
I've been browsing around for quite a bit, because I supposed this is a classical error, although I couldn't find much.
I am well aware of the purple-highlights effect in case the ISO is amped down, but this has happened without all that thing, simple dual iso: 100 and 800.

Here are the files, the original interlaced image seems perfectly fine, but once I process it with cr2hdr the result is a nasty turn in blue/purple/pink.
The nature of this error showing up I'm rather sure it's a processing fault of the cr2hdr...

How can this be fixed?
A quick fix would be erasing all the excess info of the image, but I have no clue how to get there.

also, I'm using a rather recent version of it (v1.0.3)

Feature Requests / Dedicate a button to LV digic peaking
« on: May 07, 2014, 11:55:38 PM »
Now LV digic peaking is by far the most accurate way of focusing and it's awesomely lightweight as well, I just love it. Now the problem is it's rather distracting at times you do not need to be focusing, because of course you can't really get the overall impression of the image.

Could we give an option for LV digic peaking to work while any of the following buttons are being pressed? I'm thinking of the Av button (it would be really handy, just a thumb move away), if that conflicts with some other features (although none that I use) it could also function with say he DOF button - something completely unused - or even the flash. Of course these last two proposals are not that ergonomic, still far superior to not having a button for it at all.

Of course linking it to the Av button would mean (I'm a 600D user) the feature would turn on as long you are changing aperture - but then, so what? That whole action takes a second or so.

I would completely love such a feature, and I'm sure I'm not alone with this!

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