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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 80D
« on: May 17, 2019, 05:49:48 PM »
Wowww.
I can see development has advanced a lot.

Thanks a lot to all people thas is participating.

May we consider the port in alpha stage?

I could not make myself an idea what is working now.

Is there a more or less simple way to try it in the camera?

I mean not having to compile source code or make changes to the camera, just something similar to installing the working firm of ML in other cameras.

May you provide a link to current firmware and way to install it, if you considere that it is time to be tested by final users?

I will like to test it and report bugs I find.

I have been waiting for many year to have a camera were I could test ML and see by my self what I just could imagine till now (previous owner of a 40D).

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 80D
« on: June 18, 2018, 04:36:16 PM »
Wowww

Great to see active developement in this model, with several of you working hard.
Thank you all for your efforts.
I will wait for the first working version to see if i can help with alpha testing.
You are great guys.

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 80D
« on: July 13, 2017, 11:20:40 AM »
I post just to thank emkap efforts and a1ex support.

As the author of the original post, I am following all your steps.

As I cannot help in this phase of development, I am not posting often here.
I don't want to make the impression that I am trying to put preassure over developers.

Thanks again I hope you could get it working.

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 80D
« on: February 22, 2017, 11:52:33 AM »
Because they have a firmware in a file to play with it in the emulators.

It seems that it is not easy to get the firmware out from the camera.

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 80D
« on: October 15, 2016, 11:04:01 AM »
I am glad to know that there are experienced devs working in the port.

It is a ver y interesting camera, a step ahead previos models, with a very good focusing engine.

The day we could see the hello world message in it will be a great day.

With ML the camera will be a dream.

May be that ml could take advantages of the focusing system and put it a step further, closer to high end models.

Thanks for your grant work.

If I can help please tell me how, may be I have to wait to the alpha release to help in testing.

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 80D
« on: June 28, 2016, 12:00:24 AM »
Great news to find you have been started working on the 80d.

I have not enough expertise in low level programming or electronics to help at this stage, but will try to help in testing as soon as an installable version is available.

I' ll keep an eye in your progress.
Thank you for your efforts

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 80D
« on: June 05, 2016, 12:13:23 AM »
Sorry to era that.

I would loke to teste ml for ten first time.
I was lookong for it in the 40d bit it dic note arribe.

Bit 7d ii has a digic 6 proceso top and ml is on the way...

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Camera-specific Development / Canon 80D
« on: June 02, 2016, 09:27:03 AM »
I have bought a Canon 80D right a few days ago.

I know it is to early to expect a magic lantern port for it, as probably no developer has one.

But hope is a human trait.

Is 80D hardware similar enough to 70D or 7DII in order to expect the port not being too difficult or lengthy?

I have read that the first thing developers need is a firmware image.

Is there a waty to obtain it?
Do we need to wait until a firmware update from Canon?

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 40D
« on: August 07, 2013, 11:08:36 AM »
Well come back.
Glad to hear you aee ok and tour health problemas are gone.

Great to ser you are back to the project toó.
As soon as you have a operational alpha versión i will try it in my camera.

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 40D
« on: April 10, 2013, 10:32:27 PM »
Great, I see that you are now back in the developement and makin progress.

Thank you for your work and time.

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Feature Requests / Re: [Canon already has it] Hot Pixel Mapping.
« on: March 25, 2013, 11:35:32 PM »
I don't use dpp,  just tried it a few times.
Yes,  it is supposed that there is a hot pixel removal automatically using the stamp feature., based in the info from raw meta data. No
I haven't used it,  just for trial.
But it is not used in other soft like acr  or dark table.

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It seems I have not expressed it correctly sorry, my English is not all that good.

I don't know if it is trivial or even possible.
I just meant that if it were trivial to implement it would be a good thing to have it.
But I don't think it is so trivial,  and if  it takes a big effort,  the time and effort is in my opinion better inverted in other areas,  as confirmation chips are cheap and work flawlessly with manual lenses.

I haven't got the skills in firmware development or with canons firmware to implement even trivial tasks.

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Anyway,  the price of the confirmation chips,  a few euros,  don't justify too much effort in that feature,  but if it is trivial to implement it...

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Ok,  thank you,  I understand.
Any way  I think it is a useful and may be easy to implement feature in cameras that support filters.

That would be a thing in favor of 60d against 7d.

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Thank you for your quick response.

I understand for your answer that 7D and other cameras are not able to do it in real time as you cannot stablish a filter to make the perspective correction in the image processing on the fly (as it travels the pile line to the liveview).

It would be of help even if it is not done on the fly in cameras that are not able to do it on the fly.
I mean, using a buttom to trigger a "ghost capture" and see the resulting imagen static in the lifeview to see the corrected picture and the cropping rectangle.

Does 50D or 60D support the filters?

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Feature Requests / Re: [Canon already has it] Hot Pixel Mapping.
« on: March 25, 2013, 01:55:49 PM »
Of course that would be the optimal solution, but I don't expect them to do it. May be it is not even possible for them it the metadata is encrypted in the raw (I don't know it it is).

May be it is easier if you have access to Canon's internals in the firmware, but I don't know if it is easy or even possible.

But it would be of great help to make Canon's functions of dust removal and dead/hot pixels elimination usefull to people who don't use Canon DPP.

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Feature Requests / Re: [Canon already has it] Hot Pixel Mapping.
« on: March 25, 2013, 01:29:32 PM »
Canon already has it by firmware, but resulting correction is written in the file as metadata.
Thus, only the Canon DPP software uses that data to eliminate hot or dead pixels (or even dust).

Many of us use Adobe ACR or other software to develop, and thus this function is useless and cannot automatically correct dead pixels.

It would be great if ML could use the dead pixel information and write the RAW file with the dead pixels corrected, interpolated from their neighbour pixels.

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I could not enjoy ML yet, as I have a 40D and there is not yet an official port.
But it will come and in the future I hope to buy a 7D and first thing I'll do is install ML in it.

One thing that I think would be easy to implement and will be great is a preview of perspective correction in LiveView.

It would be of great help in architectural photos, helping you compose the image and preview the area of the image you will be cutting later when you make perspective correction by software.

You could use the joistick to increase the perpective correction in one or another axis until you see the line convergence corrected. Thus you can see what part of the image will be lost and move the camera or use a smaller focal if it is needed.

Zooming in the image will help to make the composition.

Guiding line from the small axis would help to see what will be the final cut if you are not using the cloning brush to expand the usefull area.

Thanks  for your attention.

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 40D
« on: March 21, 2013, 10:21:07 PM »
YES!!! You are right! Thank you for your kindness.

You may not believe but I finally went and uncle have not photographed the child with a DSLR. :(

I love to shoot a little of everything but children are at the top of my list. And now I have a new reason to shoot.

BR
Well come back and many thanks for your efforts.  Glad to hear from you.
Hope your personal troubles and your health issues have been solved.

Programming is a very time consuming task,  and this kind of programming Is even more demanding.
Hope you find the time to complete the task,  but even if you cannot complete it,  we should be gratefully for your efforts and time.

I come often to the thread to read about the progress.  I would like to test ml in my 40d and test video in a DSLR.

May be in the near future,  when the price lowers more,  I will buy a 7d as my video camera is dead,  but I am not sure that a DSLR is an alternative to a consumer video camera.

Anyway there are many interesting g things in ml for photography too.

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 40D
« on: March 06, 2013, 11:13:04 PM »
The dveloper does  not seem to be active in the forum, not just this post.
It seems he is busy with personal tasks.

Of course this is not  probably his main priority, there is work and family, personal troubles...
Hope he will work en this soon.

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User Introduction / Another one from Spain
« on: February 21, 2013, 06:41:41 PM »
I am waiting for the firmware for my 40D.
I have been seeking for a port since I bought it 4 years ago.
Now it seems there is active developement, and I am happy about it.

I have not been able to try ML yet, but it is an amazing software.

Thanks for your efforts in giving us all the things that Canon should have put in its own firmware

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Camera-specific Development / Re: Canon 40D
« on: February 21, 2013, 06:38:21 PM »
I have just registered just to post here and give you a thumbs up.

Great effort, I have been long waiting for somebody to port ML to my 40D.
It would be great to be able to record video and many of the ML features in photography, like focus peaking, advance bracketing, focus bracketing, etc.

I am seeking for any news about it.

Please keep trying and thanks for your efforts.
I will pay for the firmware as soon as there is an early versión.

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