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Quote from: dpjpandone on May 22, 2014, 05:55:43 PMHere is a screengrab to show what I am describing:This is shot at f2.0 1250 ISO (1600 pulled down to 1250 with ML-3)shutter speed is 50, FPS is 23.97Now this is a scene lit only by a 100w table lamp, but at these settings I can get a great exposure with reasonable level of noise on 600D, is there something wrong with my 50D's sensor? Or is this normal? It looks fine with adequate light, but in low light the noise is unbearable....BTW, does RAW Video benefit from the iso's pulled down?Am I just not used to seeing this noise because H.265 clips the shadows and applied a picture profile? Or is this an unusual amount of noise? I really don't know what to expect because I have no experience with this sensor... I see small black blotches that come and go and a strange criss-cross pattern of vertical and horizontal banding. It looks like a defective sensor to me..
Quote from: a1ex on May 22, 2014, 07:41:09 AMCompare ISO 100 1/100 f/4 with ISO 800 1/100 f4, both graded to look the same. Which one is noisier? Post the results.(of course, you can choose other shutter and aperture values, just keep them the same in both images)
Quote from: dpjpandone on May 22, 2014, 06:43:36 PMOK, the DNG's don't look like that, they have a much finer and more acceptable grain. is it just MLViewer that is displaying it weird?I just got very good results by exporting dng from mlviewer and importing as camera raw sequence into adobe after effects. I adjusted the white balance and crushed the blacks a little bit then exported lossless avi. Can someone please tell me if SRGB is the correct setting for mlrawviewer for this process? Or should I used rec.709, I couldn't find a clear answer on this.
Quote from: handbanana on May 24, 2014, 07:30:32 PMHey guys, so I'm trying to make the jump to MLV to save myself having to adjust WB on each clip like in RAW, but I found that the "fix black level" option does nothing but create pink DNGs that even ACR has trouble reading properly. It seems like a dangerous design flaw to have that option automatically be enabled in mlv_rec. Can we make it harder to reach or simply remove it? I'm hesitant to use MLV now because I'm scared I'll accidentally turn it on or maybe after a bad reboot the camera will turn it on, and unlike some bad settings that can be easily dealt with, gross pink DNGs even in ACR doesn't seem like an easy fix. Thanks.
Quote from: ikola1 on May 27, 2014, 12:20:06 AMHello guys, i am new to the forum, so first let me say thanks to all of you for making this 50D thread alive and well after the tragic disappearance of the old one that was so useful for the beginner i was.Here is the link of a video i've made, it's not a test, it's finished Hope you'll enjoy watching it, if not, just watch the 15 last sec to see my 'not so serious' tribute to the ML logo and work.Thanks to the developers for this awesome work on the raw stuff that is only a year old by now. And again thanks to all the contributors in the MagicLantern forum. Things just getting better and better ^^
Quote from: dogmydog on May 29, 2014, 04:26:51 AMPretty amazing shots! Made me want to visit the place The animation on the end is pretty cool too. Nice job!
Quote from: handbanana on May 29, 2014, 04:42:09 PMHas anyone tried out the new Komputerbay 1050x and 1066x cards and are they any better for the 50D? Or are we still se ton the 1000x as the best?
Quote from: lionelp on May 29, 2014, 05:53:55 PM@ ikola 1: Nice work!
Quote from: matthiasdeo on May 29, 2014, 06:20:22 PMThe 128gb 1050x works great for me. I can easily get continuous 1:1 no crop or 1920*800 and can record 1920*1080 for 1200 frames (50 seconds). Here is the benchmark, bear in mind the cards benefit a lot from being warmed up first.
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