This dark time of the year in Sweden is perfect for two things, baking and lowlight tests.
I decided to do both and bake my favorite cinnamon buns and at the same time test my BMCCs lowlight capabilities.
I started just as the sun is about to set and only used the window, one regular light and some candles at the end because it got dark fast. The camera held up great and the buns was wonderful as always.
From the start of the video it was already "dark" enough for me to think that it was not going to be usable, but I have to start remembering that this is not a t3i and that raw is a totally different game than avhd.
All was shoot at ISO800 with the aperture set at f2.8.
Crumble 50 grams of yeast in a bowl.
Melt the butter in a saucepan and add the milk and heat until lukewarm.
Pour some over the yeast and stir.
Pour in the rest of the liquid and add the flour.
Knead until it releases from the bowl and let the dough rise covered for 40 minutes.
Knead with 1-2 cups flour and divide the dough into two parts.
Roll out the dough pieces in about 30 x 40 cm squares.
Spread with butter, sugar and cinnamon.
Roll up dough and cut about 2 cm wide pieces.
Put the pieces in molds and let them rise uncovered for another 20 minutes.
Brush the beaten egg and sprinkle with granulated sugar.
Bake at 250 degrees celsius for 10 minutes.
Allow to cool, covered, enjoy.
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