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Share Your Videos / EOS-M 3840x2160 Lake Pueblo
« on: October 13, 2020, 05:31:51 AM »
This short was filmed using the 10mm f/2 Carl Zeiss Tevidon CCTV lens.
I used the 2.5K center pre-set, taking Zeek's advice.
Up-scaled in Davinci to 3840x2160.
Minimal Post Editing.
Wind sound overwhelms the built in microphone.


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Share Your Videos / Park Rock Fountain
« on: September 12, 2020, 08:24:13 AM »

I have used the 5K Anamorphic mode, 12 Bit depth.  7 Artisans 25mm, f/1/.8 lens with VND filter. ML September 17th build.  I chnaging a few things in the MLV app, put the rest together in DaVinci Resolve. With the MLV app, I have been using the "uncompressed RAW - DNG" export option.

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Share Your Videos / Pueblo, Colorado Street Art short
« on: August 18, 2020, 09:39:08 PM »

My best short using my brand new Sirui 35mm f/1.8, anamorphic...using ML. Canon EOS-M.  It just goes to show that the more equipment you have, the more equipment you need.  The mural is almost 200 feet wide.  Even with a Moza Aircross 2, it is not buttery motion..(enough buttery motion)..

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General Help Q&A / Time Lapse
« on: August 17, 2020, 12:00:04 AM »
I have the August 2020 build.  I was using the regular time lapse.  And I like it because it made that frame by frame sound. And it does 1080p, so if it is functioning in the future, I would like that. The 4K time lapse is solidly working. I did 10bit and 12bit, and changing the SD card record speed at 160 and 192.  Thanks, Magic Lantern is a great tool.

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Share Your Videos / Short low light Pan
« on: August 16, 2020, 04:08:51 PM »

Very short Test...My first few hours with the Kaxinda 25mm f/0.95 lens and ML on EOS-M.  My first video post...

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User Introduction / Magic Lantern User - Southern Colorado
« on: August 15, 2020, 10:59:30 PM »
Hi, Michael here. I have jumped into the ML world, universe, where all things are Magic Lantern.  I've been watching YouTube video after YouTube video by Zeek... About two months ago, I jumped into the mobile filming arena.  As of today, I think I have spent around $1,800 on a Canon EOS-M, Moza AirCross 2, EOS-M mini cage, Sirui 35mm f/1.8 anamorphic, Kaxinda 25mm f/0.95, Sigma 16mm f/1.4, 7 Artisans 25mm f/1.8, large 5V, 2.4amp battery, ND filter, CPL filter, and a few stepup adapters.....I am retired, 67 years of age.  I used to be a Computer Tech guy, Networking Engineer, when I was earning a living.

Anyway, I am a novice, but an extremely passionate novice.  i am joining the forum, because I may pick up pieces here, pieces there, that build my macro and micro understanding of Magic Lantern.  In fact, Magic Lantern is a very, very challenging and complex software.  Magic Lantern kinda of reminds me of the learning curve I had in 1994, when I was a visiting engineer at Microsoft...the beginning Beta year of Windows 95.

Don't mistake me, I am humble as they come.  I am here to learn and listen.  Which kinda of brings me to my problem...I broke Magic Lantern.  Not sure how I did it, but I broke it at 2am last night.  It took me a number of hours to get Magic Lantern back up to the most recent build, Aug. 2020 this morning.   BUT, I am not totally up and running.  Presently, I cannot find how to get the EOS-M back into shooting mode "P"...which you know is where the firmware option comes up on wrench 4.  I am thinking I may have to find the Canon EOS-M utility disc.   Magic Lantern is running just fine...however, having worked with a lot of software, there may be a time where the two low-level files, the .bin and the .fir may change enough that I have to do the firmware install routine....

Anyway, you all are smarter than I am.  i am here to learn and there is so much to learn.  Add to that the art skills of composition and story-telling....it's all fresh and new to me.....thanks for reading...

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