This is a short montage of clips that I captured to test the RAW capabilities of the Magic Lantern hack for the 5D II. The storm cleared up right at sunset and left some pretty awesome cloud formation behind before giving way to a bright and nearly full moon. Being able to shoot RAW has opened a lot of new possibilities for me now that my images are no longer limited to the horrible H.264 compression that the 5D records to natively. Besides the obvious increase in available colors and dynamic range, there is a massive increase in sharpening capabilities since it is now done in the RAW data. The only downside is that on the 5D II there resolution limit is just a little bit under 1920x1080 but because of the RAW sharpening it still ends up being much better than full 1080p with H.264.
Camera: Canon 5D II (Magic Lantern Raw)
Lens: Canon 24-105L, Canon 50mm f1.8
Grade: Resolve , Kodak 2383 D65 Film Emulation LUT