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Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« on: February 04, 2014, 05:40:59 PM »
Ok, so after a couple of tests and playing around with the histogram options i DID find the way to somewhat match the two histograms - in the end it was about having selected "logarithmic scaling" what boosted up the curve. stupid me.
thanks again for all your input!!

and as for the auto ettr issue - I still dont know why i cant find it in the exposure menue. For a second i thought i might have hidden the option by accident but this wasnt the case.

Any further clue what i might have done wrong this time? auto ettr wont show.

Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« on: February 03, 2014, 09:30:42 PM »
Thanks for your reply!

I wasnt specific enough earlier: I am aware of the fact that the camera screen is not representative for the RAW video output. But as you already named the RAW histogram - I actually stuck to expose to the right but the histogram at adobe camera raw wouldnt show an identic curve but go 2-3 stops down (which in practical terms is not a problem as 2-3 stops down would actually represent the correct exposure, its just that its not what the camera histogram showed).
The YUV-exposure meter is a good point and probably the answer to my question.
So the RAW histogram in ML is more like an approximation as it still depends on the values of the yuv-exposure meter?

Autoettr is not available for the 60D.

Raw Video / Re: 60D RAW video - it's working !!!
« on: February 03, 2014, 05:37:46 PM »
Anyone else noticing that the shots seem properly exposed on the camera and then underexposed when your editing? You then have to brig up the exposure which creates more noise.

Same here, i found the same observation in a couple of comments but no proper explanation. I mean - I certainly do know how to fix this in post, but I couldn't really figure if this is a GENERAL problem affecting all cameras or a 60D specific issue.

I tried different lenses and different settings but on the computer the footage is always underexposed compared to the camera.
Is there a workaround??

Any hint would be appreciated!

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