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Quote from: 1% on August 12, 2013, 05:07:43 AMI don't think it damages anything.
Quote from: 1% on August 12, 2013, 04:28:01 AMThe FOV will be different but the image is still at 12mm f/4, you are just taking a portion of it. So if something was out of focus it remains so, etc.
Quote from: D.L. Watson on August 12, 2013, 07:18:36 AMSo, Duel ISO is only for photography. It's not a video thing at the moment?
Quote from: igouroum on August 12, 2013, 12:15:42 PMHere's a clip I shot yesterday afternoon. Shot with a Tamron 17-55 and the Latest (or one of the latest) Tragic Builds.If only we weren't limited to 892p in full-sensor mode Cheers!
Quote from: Rawolution on August 12, 2013, 12:36:15 PMnice.you are not afraid to damage the sensor with direct sunlight?
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
Quote from: Andy600 on August 11, 2013, 08:54:23 PMYeah, it can be a bit intimidating to post there but it seems like only a few of the users who are a bit obnoxious.It looks like most shooters with that lens tend to go for a Helios 44:2 because of the flare and I have seen it paired with 35mm lenses on nex5's but you're probably best sticking to a 50mm. I personally wouldn't go the Helios route. It's hard to find a sharp V2 and there are plenty of decent, faster and cheap 50mm lenses out there that can flare. I have a 1974 Nikon F2 that would be ideal and it's sharp wide open.I'm looking for my first anamorphic lens so I'm looking forward to seeing what the Moller looks like with raw on the 50D.
Quote from: Supermac on August 11, 2013, 09:46:54 PMHi there,Those old Moller lenses are very tricky to use and not very good really, also very difficult to sell too. Nobody wants them. I would be more than happy to take it off your hands for a small sum? Ha ha, seriously, 50mm-85mm is the best range for a 2x 16mm Anamorphic on a crop sensor. Any less vignettes, any more you start to lose focus. Personally I'd say 50mm maybe a little wide especially with a 39mm rear thread. Helios is popular as 58mm is optimal focal length and has minimal vignetting. They can be pretty sharp but also "characterful". 55mm Takumar is not bad if you can find a sharp one but still vignettes, especially if you have to stop down. Clamp is really important too, you want to be as close to the taking lens as possible. Hope this helps, would love to see the results.Cheers
Quote from: johansugarev on August 11, 2013, 05:13:53 PMYou also have to interpret the footage as 24fps in you NLE.
Quote from: 1% on August 12, 2013, 03:28:25 PMIt probably won't work for video, there is one register and changeling it doesn't do anything. Either other regs aren't being recorded in the log or it only uses the one and is a lost cause here.
Quote from: Silkway on August 12, 2013, 05:22:55 PMoh yeah?but there is HDR feauture in magic lanternwhat is difference between dual iso and expo bracketing raw video shooting?
Quote from: dlrpgmsvc on August 12, 2013, 05:34:08 PMWith dual iso you can record with no motion problems, while in hdr video you have to pan slowly and record slow moving subjects, or you must record twice the fps speed you need (for example you must record 60fps if you want normal motion recording tolerance) otherwise strange ghost effects arise. On 50D you cannot do 60fps, so only on 550D you can (intended for a camera in the same price range). On the other hand, with dual iso movies, there is a lot of aliasing... very bad... so with some subjects it is almost unusable... surely this mode is not good at all for production purposes
Quote from: Silkway on August 12, 2013, 05:44:11 PMso u mean it really cuts down the fps in hdr mode?yeah seems like 15 fps max if shot on 30 fpsnot much for normal video stream.
Quote from: dlrpgmsvc on August 12, 2013, 05:48:31 PMno, simply with 60fps you can record subjects that moves more fast with no ghosting effects, while at 30fps you can record moving subjects that moves half the speed than at 60fps. otherwise ghosting effects appears
Quote from: Silkway on August 12, 2013, 06:07:40 PMi wanted to buy a full frame camera for stillsbecause i like the low noise on high iso and high shutter speedbut now with this update for canon 50d from tragic lanternit is just works like canon 1dx top level class full frame camera!
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