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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?

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.

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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