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Quote from: dsManning on July 13, 2013, 01:50:43 AMI own a Nexus 7 which I hook up to my 50D.Hook up over USBUsing the app DSLR Controller you have full control over all Canon functions. Focus, ISO, Shutter, Focus, etc.Usually outputs around 15fps which is pretty reasonable for video review on set.Using this app, it does not show any of the Magic Lantern functions. However, it does have a few of its own. Bracketing, Timelapse, etc.The Glaxay Tab 2 should work for you.Be warned though, if you plan on shooting RAW video, you will get no video output over USB with RAW enabled. I tested this in the 50D dev thread for RAW video, and as of now there is no workaround.http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=5586.msg56411#msg56411
Quote from: aaphotog on July 13, 2013, 05:13:18 AMI'm able to record with Raw WHILE viewing on the tablet and its not even having an effect on my write speed.
Quote from: guentergunter on August 08, 2013, 12:05:17 AMSomeone already tested this on the 5D2?
Quote from: dsManning on August 10, 2013, 02:02:16 AMThank you for testing. Now we know that the 5Diii has something the 5Dii and 50D does not have that enables RAW video output. All the same results on the 50D. Sudden stop/start of video on tablet as soon as RAW module is toggled. All buttons still work.
Quote from: Africashot on August 10, 2013, 07:53:25 AMWHat a shame, I really had very high hopes to use this on the 5D2 for peaking focus during raw recording, are there any chances there might be a workaround?
Quote from: tronics on August 11, 2013, 05:08:11 PMHmm, I know that the EOS Live is quite slow I have tested it with Canon 5d mkII mkIIIProbably it is 10fps. But is in no way a evf or something.Better is a HDMI streaming usb stick from Blackmagic with a Windows 8 tablet.I tried the Note with the Android app and a special cable and it lagged similarily.However I wonder about the new Nexus 7. Probably it is the same but it hads the capability to give us more fps.
Quote from: guentergunter on August 09, 2013, 11:40:04 PMYes, even without unplugging the device.When I deactivate RAW video, the display output on Android immediately continues updating.To me it seems, like the cam completely maintains the connection (due to less writing speed), but just doesn't output video to the USB while RAW is active.By the way: while canon or ml menu is open it also stops.Here's a little video, just to show:I tried latest stock nightly, as well as latest a.d.'s build. Both with and without Small Hacks activated.Also I tried with and without HDMI monitor.→ 8 combinations altogetherThe exact same happens in all combinations.Is there anything else, any setting or combination I should test?May there be any possibility to solve that problem?Using this Android combination has some nice advantages. Like Peaking outside the cam, using Android as monitor together with internal display or HDMI.
Quote from: aaphotog on August 12, 2013, 09:23:02 AMMy setup doesn't do that. And your lag, is MUCH slower than mine. Edit: just noticed you're on a 5d2. I'm working with the mark iii
Quote from: Midphase on August 13, 2013, 09:14:57 AMSo a tablet connected to the USB port is better or worse than an external monitor hooked up t the HDMI out? Can you use it for focusing? Will it provide you with false color, zebras and focus peaking?Considering that a 7" Lilliput monitor can be had for about $250, is the Nexus worth it as an option?
Quote from: a1ex on August 09, 2013, 06:08:51 PMJust curious: when you disable raw video, does the image appear again?
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