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Levas

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Using I.S. for higher resolution (just like apple...)
« on: May 26, 2014, 07:26:35 PM »
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Is it possible for magic lantern to use the Canon in lens image stabilization to create multiple photo files with little shift in perspective so a super resolution image could be created from these multiple files ?
Just as talked about in this article:
http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/05/08/future-iphones-may-use-optical-image-stabilization-to-create-super-resolution-images

I believe this technique was also used in the past in camcorders, with a shifting sensor instead of optical image stabilization, but the results are the same, higher resolution...

I have no idea if this is possible for magic lantern, nor if there's interest from the users.
Would be nice to create some stunning high resolution landscape images...
Or use it for example for video, once we reach 50 fps on the 5d Mark III wit MLV video, I say, let's use image stabilization and create some stunning 25fps super resolution video...