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Share Your Photos / Re: CANON EOS M AMAZING DYNAMIC RANGE
« on: December 04, 2015, 09:31:59 PM »
I use cr2hdr 20bit but what is the difference with the other versions for exemple the one for lightroom or the non 20bit ?

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Share Your Photos / Re: CANON EOS M AMAZING DYNAMIC RANGE
« on: December 04, 2015, 09:31:04 PM »
In France in a little town called "Saint Just Chaleyssin"

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Share Your Photos / Re: BEST PHOTO I'VE EVER TAKEN // FOGGY SUNRISE
« on: December 04, 2015, 03:23:55 PM »
I use the Canon EOS M and I took it yesterday morning

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Share Your Photos / CANON EOS M AMAZING DYNAMIC RANGE
« on: December 04, 2015, 09:17:49 AM »
Canon EOS M
Dual ISO
100/1600
18mm
f/8
Processed with Lightroom

Foggy Sunrise by jojobernard523, sur Flickr

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Taken ith my EOS M
The Sun Goes Down - ML Dual ISO by jojobernard523, sur Flickr

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Share Your Photos / Canon EOS M Dual ISO Amazing Dynamic Range
« on: September 26, 2015, 12:24:35 PM »
This is so amazing
The Sun Goes Down - ML Dual ISO by jojobernard523, sur Flickr

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Share Your Photos / Re: Thread photos dual iso
« on: September 26, 2015, 12:23:41 PM »
Dual ISO is amazing on my Canon EOS M
The Sun Goes Down - ML Dual ISO by jojobernard523, sur Flickr

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Raw Video / 12 to 24 fps (FPS override Problem)
« on: April 14, 2015, 05:35:18 PM »
Hi everyone
I apologize in advance if I did not express myself well because I am french.

With my Canon EOS M I can shoot in RAW 1280x720 continuously but I wish I could shoot in 1792x1008 more than two seconds so I spent the whole night on the forum and I saw that it was possible to film 12 fps and recreate the missing frames with Twixtor .
So I immediately tried activating the FPS override function and selecting 12 fps and optimized for exact fps.

But I have two problems :
-My exposure is good (f/11; 1/250 shutter; and ISO 160) and when when I enable FPS override feature the exposure change : It's completely overexposed, even if I change the shutter speed the exposure is the same and the histogram don't change.
-The second problem is that when I chose optimizeed for exact fps I have a black bar on the right side of my video while that does not appear in the low light mode.

Thank you in advance
Magiclanterner

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Duplicate Questions / Re: Magic Lantern RAW - Bad quality
« on: March 20, 2015, 05:35:55 PM »
Yes when I crop the quality is just amazing.
I never understood why the crop gives image without moire or aliasing.

Magiclanterner

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Duplicate Questions / Re: Magic Lantern RAW - Bad quality
« on: March 20, 2015, 05:25:09 PM »
It's really weird because people filming with the same camera as me and get to have an incredible quality without moire, aliasing and other problems and I do not think it comes as the lens I use.
The video :
Magiclanterner

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Duplicate Questions / Re: Magic Lantern RAW - Bad quality
« on: March 20, 2015, 03:08:08 PM »
Thank you for your reply I try immediately

Magiclanterner

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Duplicate Questions / Re: Magic Lantern RAW - Bad quality
« on: March 20, 2015, 03:01:15 PM »
Thank you for responding so quickly Walter !!
Here is the DNG frame untouched:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/gyk6ivk90tbys0z/000001.dng?dl=0

I don't know my raw2cndg settings I just use a version apparently for the Canon 650D and M to remove the pink dots.

Thanks
Magiclanterner

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Duplicate Questions / Magic Lantern RAW - Bad quality
« on: March 20, 2015, 02:18:51 PM »
Hi everyone
I apologize in advance if I did not express myself well because I am french.


It's been that I have a problem when I shoot in RAW with Magic Lantern installed on my Canon EOS M. My lens is the 18-55 kit.
The thing is that the quality is just as good as horrible if I was filming in 480p in H.264.
The dynamic range is good but not the quality. My images are pixelated, jagged.
I record in 1728x692 in a 2.50:1 aspect ratio.
Yet my workflow is good I converted to DNG with raw2cdng, I open DNG in Adobe Camera RAW I only do color correction, but not color grading and I apply the profile VisionLOG for more dynamic range.
I save the images in TIFF 16 bpc and I open them in After Effects.
I Denoise the footage with Magic Bullet Denoiser, adding an unsharp mask and then I apply the LUT VisionLOG to Rec709 and then i color grade my footage in Magic Bullet Looks.
After I save the project and open it in Adobe Media Encoder, and render it.
I also have a lot of chroma subsampling even with the corrections of the lens enabled in Adobe Camera RAW.
Here is a picture of the quality once render :




This post is long but I try to describe my problem in the best and hope you can help me.
Thanks
Magiclanterner

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