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Quote from: goldenchild9to5 on July 12, 2013, 05:07:24 PMDoes the overheating effects the sensor after sometime?
Quote from: johansugarev on July 12, 2013, 06:28:01 PMQuestion: I'm trying to shoot 1584:674 raw at 30fps with Gregory's latest Jun28 build. I don't understand the shutter values at all. Most of the time it says different things on the top screen from the ml settings in live view. The shutter sometimes locks at 1/33.3 or other values. The ISO shows 100eq or 200eq. When I change the ISO, shutter also changes. It all appears to be a bit random. I can get 1/59.7 with exposure override, but I don't think that is the correct way. What am I doing wrong?I use movie mode 1080p 30fps, 1584:674, no FPS override, small hacks ON, Global draw ON all modes and RAW histogram. Everything else is turned off. And btw, does the Image Finetuning menu do anything in RAW?
Quote from: goldenchild9to5 on July 12, 2013, 04:22:22 PMThat would be great for Newbies Andy.. by the way yesterday was testing your lastest build for some reason my camera heated up quickly that's the first time I got the Red overheating warning any thoughts on why this is occurring?
Quote from: LEVISDAVIS on July 12, 2013, 10:38:22 PMI shoot in lo-jello because the image is in line with the sensor refresh rate rather than an FPS trying to align to the shutter. It should hold better motion values. The jello effect is basically an issue with the sensor not refreshing fast enough to capture the time distances between frames. Essentially, lo-jello ought to provide a quicker capture of the time between sensor refreshes.I'm considering shooting at 25 FPS lo-jello because it's a perfect 180 degree shutter.
Quote from: goldenchild9to5 on July 12, 2013, 07:36:55 PMDownload Gregory's latest July 11 Built Here: https://bitbucket.org/GregoryOfManhattan/magic-lantern/downloadsSo far its running real smooth, for 30fps Raw it's best to use aspect ratio 2:21 it runs with no problems.
Quote from: FilmPerson on July 13, 2013, 03:05:52 AM(I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this,so if not, my apologies!)I was thinking about trading in my t2i for a 50d to take advantage of the raw capabilities. If I wanted to film a long project, would a hacked 50d work better than what I've got? I've been researching specs but I'm still a bit fuzzy on how stable this thing is.
Quote from: KahL on July 13, 2013, 11:35:11 PMStrong results from the latest build as well, guys.A few frame captures from a comedy short we're in post for, "The Passive Aggressive Little Toaster"So this now marks the SECOND official production that I've shot totally in Magic Lantern DNG RAW. The Director didn't mind not having playback at all actually. I just gave him a second monitor to manage the shots as if we were shooting on film. Actually it made things FASTER, since the idea of playback from a Producer or anyone else wasn't on the table :-) *um...can we NOT have playback in the final build, by the way? HAHA*
Quote from: goldenchild9to5 on July 14, 2013, 12:55:27 AMGreat Job Kahl.. real nice images and colors. Got a question how how did you keep the noise down from the 50D. Any specific Settings from Canon menu, and ML settings?
Quote from: KahL on July 14, 2013, 02:07:33 AMWell my usual setting fall in line w/ using magic lantern iso settings by default, but that may not play a part in it at all. Best guess: it's probably how I lit the scenes. Also the dng noise looks more like grain as well, so that could be a factor too.
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