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Quote from: rockfallfilms on August 11, 2013, 05:42:07 PMA question for anamorphic shooters:I've got one of these lenses, which I haven't used for years. I was going to sell it but figured I might as well try it with the 50D as a way to get more resolution.Does anybody know what is the widest taking lens I could pair it with? It's got a 39mm rear thread if that makes a difference.Cheers!
Quote from: Andy600 on August 11, 2013, 05:51:03 PMNice. I'm jealous I think you can't go much wider than 50mm but it's probably best to ask on the eoshd forum
Quote from: johansugarev on August 11, 2013, 05:13:53 PMEnable FPS override and push the FUNC button. A menu will popup where you can select your desired fps. Anything below 30 works like a charm. You also have to interpret the footage as 24fps in you NLE. BTW, what mode of FPS override do you guys choose with RAW? I leave it with low light.
Quote from: 1% on August 11, 2013, 06:32:54 PMI guess the canon preview black is too crushed then. Not sure which reg brings down the shadows.
Quote from: rockfallfilms on August 11, 2013, 06:14:06 PMYeah it's a pretty good copy of the lens too. I found it in a drawer a couple of months ago, forgot I even had it!I don't find it that friendly over on eoshd, lots of infighting. Also if you ask a question you are just told to buy Andrew's buyers guide. I have a 50mm Nikon here so I'll see how it looks on that.
QuoteI think it has something to do with 'get_halfshutter_pressed'? I wouldn't know where to look though
Quote from: 1% on August 11, 2013, 09:04:07 PMHe sets 3 regs, one is 0, one is FFFFFF and another one is some binary looking value like 01010101.Real ML raw preview I think happens on 1/2 shutter.
Quote from: goldenchild9to5 on August 11, 2013, 04:53:48 PMThat's a very nice shot..
Quote from: dogmydog on August 11, 2013, 10:23:10 PMI know it is a bit off-topic, but since I'm a 50D Raw Video Shooter, here it comes:I usually my RAW2DNG DNG's as a sequence to AE CC and grade them in ACR at the time of import. Sometimes, the light changes during the my shot, in the same video clip. So the beginning is ok, but in the rest I would have to push its exposure (for example) up a bit.My question is: after imported into AE, is it possible to return to ACR controls to grade a specific part of my clip? As many times as I need? Or I can only grade it on the import, and then all I have to work with is the Color Controls of AE itself? Does Resolve allow me to do it? What is the best time to color grading my clips, using ACR?Also, if I color correct the video color inside AE, do I lose data or is it the same as grading DNGs in ACR?Sorry for the noob questions, but I didn't know where to put these questions...
Quote from: D.L. Watson on August 06, 2013, 05:12:31 PM....And no, it's not trying to squeeze wide dynamic range it into a 8-bit (unless that is what you are rendering your files to). I recommend using a DNxHD 4.4.4. 10bit which is 20 times better than what any camera can provide internally. Obviously, working straight with DNG's will be better, and there is no denying that. But like I've said in the beginning, this is especially for people who want to save space on hard drives and speed up their workflow.
Quote from: Andy600 on August 12, 2013, 01:05:56 AM1% you sir are a genius!!!! Just seen the new addition and gonna compile. It will surprise a few 50D users I'm sure.
Quote from: rommex on August 11, 2013, 11:27:50 PM1. I would suggest importing two copies/clones of the same clip with different expo corrections. And then use two different parts from these clones.2. You don't lose your data of course. The .DNGs stay intact.
Quote from: arrinkiiii on August 11, 2013, 11:42:51 PMYes you can Just go to -interpret footage- and then the sub-menu and then hit the -options- button and will open again ACR.
Quote from: Andy600 on August 11, 2013, 05:16:37 PMThe shot I posted above is 3x crop ISO800 at F4 - is that not shallow? I could shoot the same thing again in non-crop and the DOF will be no different. I think the crop vs non-crop argument is more relevant to print resolution. Afterall, there is only a certain amount of pixels on a screen/monitor. Crop mode removes the aliasing/moire problems. Shallower DOF helps with those issues for non-crop modes.
Quote from: 1% on August 11, 2013, 05:23:03 PMThere is real "crop mode" where DOF is screwed up (EOS-M/600D/650D) and the 5X zoom mode where its just less pixel skipping so DOF is the same, you're just shooting through the middle (hopefully) of the lens. Actually it should be better quality since you're using the center and can cut off vignettes/edge distortion/etc.
Quote from: araucaria on August 12, 2013, 04:02:26 AMI've come across this and I don't quite understand it,in general terms, dof depends on focal length and aperture. So if you shoot a 12mm at f4 on 3x crop you will get an fov equivalent 57,6 but the dof will be the same as on the 12mm @ f4 but not the same as a 58mm @ f4 on the full sensor, if I remember it right it would be more like a 58mm @ f12. I don't know what lens you are shooting with (andy) but if there is a shallow depth of field in the shot it's because you are very close to the subject in relation to the background.So actually it "screwes up" the dof. I would also know how this mode is not a real crop compared to what ever distinct mode there is on the 600d,etc... Just curios ^^.Regarding anamorphics, I just got a sankor 16c on ebay for 150€ (I know, its not the best deal but it's getting harder to get a decent deal, the sankor still is somehow accesible).I'm looking for a decent taking lens, I asked on eoshd but..., so I'd like to know if anybody has some experience. I think 58mm 44-2 should be right but if anybody has a better idea I'm starving for suggestions!
QuoteSo if you shoot a 12mm at f4 on 3x crop
Quote from: Andy600 on August 12, 2013, 02:07:35 AMMr 1% has done it again! We now have Dual ISO on the 50D \o/ (Tragic Lantern only ATM)Grab the latest Tragic Lantern build here: https://bitbucket.org/andy600/tl50d/downloadsDual ISO only works in photo mode on the 50D so don't shoot in Live View.Read a1ex's thread for how to use: http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=7139.msg59687#msg59687You will need the conversion programs which are downloadable via a link in the first post of a1ex's thread. READ AT LEAST THE FIRST POST!!Don't ask questions about it here. Follow the other thread and READ IT!All thanks to 1% for the 50D port and a1ex, g3gg0 for this great feature.p.s. also check whats under the star icon in the menu
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