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I use cr2hdr 20bit but what is the difference with the other versions for exemple the one for lightroom or the non 20bit ?
In France in a little town called "Saint Just Chaleyssin"
I use the Canon EOS M and I took it yesterday morning
December 04, 2015, 09:17:49 AM
Canon EOS M
Dual ISO
Processed with Lightroom

Foggy Sunrise by jojobernard523, sur Flickr
This is so amazing
The Sun Goes Down - ML Dual ISO by jojobernard523, sur Flickr
Share Your Photos / Re: Thread photos dual iso
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
Raw Video / 12 to 24 fps (FPS override Problem)
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
Yes when I crop the quality is just amazing.
I never understood why the crop gives image without moire or aliasing.

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 :
Thank you for your reply I try immediately

Thank you for responding so quickly Walter !!
Here is the DNG frame untouched:

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

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.