Author Topic: I used 7D Magic Lantern RAW to explain the internal data of RAW files  (Read 937 times)

maxotics

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I feel there's a tremendous amount of misinformation about LOG gammas, how they supposedly give RAW like dynamic range.  So I've been working on stuff to clarify it.  Anyway, this is another proof of just how great ML!  How else could I create RAW DNGs at 640x360 resolution!  Like all my videos, I wish it was better, that I had more time, but I hope it will help someone out there get beyond the hype of S-LOG, V-LOG, etc.

BTW, took a long time to figure out how to pull out integer values from a DNG file, so, in case there are other slow people here like me:

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import rawpy
import numpy

raw = rawpy.imread('D:\\M08-2120_000520.DNG')
rawdata = raw.raw_image
numpy.savetxt("D:\\dng520.csv", rawdata, delimiter=",")

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togg

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Re: I used 7D Magic Lantern RAW to explain the internal data of RAW files
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2018, 02:42:17 AM »
very nice videos! I've listen to them while cooking, thanks.

sveinpetter

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Re: I used 7D Magic Lantern RAW to explain the internal data of RAW files
« Reply #2 on: January 11, 2018, 07:50:24 AM »
Thanks, made me understand a lot more.

maxotics

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Re: I used 7D Magic Lantern RAW to explain the internal data of RAW files
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2018, 08:16:29 PM »
very nice videos! I've listen to them while cooking, thanks.
  I'm sending this to my sister.  She will crack the heck up :)