1. 5D mark III Magic Lantern RAW on the Blue Ridge Parkway

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    from Shutterlab Creative / Added

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    Just some test shots with the 5D mark III using Magic Lantern's RAW port. All of these shots were graded in Premiere CC using the Ginger HDR "Tonemapping Basic" plugin. All of these were shot 24p using the stock 24-105mm f4 lens. Some of them using Magic Lantern's 3x Digital Zoom feature.

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    • Carpinteria

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      from Caleb Rexius / Added

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      We got to spend the month of January in Carpinteria., California. This is a small glimpse of our experience. Shot with Canon 5D Mark III using Magic Lantern RAW video recording and Ginger HDR*** Lenses: 50mm 1.2, 70-200mm 2.8 IS Music: The Cinematic Orchestra ***Only the scenic shots were shot in RAW. All of the kid shots were in normal video mode.

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      • Normal Video vs HDR Video vs RAW video (from Canon 5D Mark II)

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        from Alessandro Gonella / Added

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        Hello!. In this video, you can see the difference between the normal video signal of my Canon 5D mark II (H264 codec, shutter 1/2000, ISO 100), the HDR one (ISO 100-400), managed by the plugin Ginger HDR in Adobe after Effects CC and the RAW one (iSO 100), thanks to Magic Lantern software. Personally I find that the video signal RAW is more "clean" and the lack of compression makes it more manageable in the process of editing, without ruining it.

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        • Autumn Etude (Canon 550D ML Raw Test)

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          from cooler_inc / Added

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          Lenses: Vivitar 24mm f/2.0 for Nikon, Helios 44-2 58mm /f2.0, Jupiter-37A 135mm f/3.5 Aspect ratio 2.35:1 Resolution 1280x544 ~167 frames, 1600x680 ~64 frames Ginger HDR was used for working with RAW in Ae and Pr

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          • The Machines Are Sleeping

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            from Torben Greve / Added

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            Spur of the moment 5D mk III raw ISO test. Not a particularly scientific approach. I just wanted to see how the iso held up against the waining light from dusk till night. I started out around Iso 2000 and ended up with around iso 6-8000. As you see, the bayer noise that we start to see in the high iso end is not very pleasing to look at. I'd say that make 3200-5000 is doable with a little love, but going past that is not going to look great. Imo, the 5D is pretty clean all the way up to 3200. Gear and settings: Canon 5D mk III Canon EF 24-70 2.8L II Canon EF 70-200 2.8L II IS USM 64gb Komputerbay 1000x CF card. Aperture 3.5 in all shots. 180 degree shutter. Turned off peaking, but had waveform and crop marks enabled and I was getting a good steady continuos recording with idle time as well.

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            • Mother

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              from Torben Greve / Added

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              Would-be nature short made for the purpose of really testing the Canon Raw workflow. It as shot in full HD 16:9 with continuous recording, even with Global Draw "on" and with peaking, crop and waveform enabled, I was getting 86.3 mb/s on my 4 Komputerbay 64gb 1000x CF cards. (NOTICE... Komputerbay is coming out this moment with 1050x speed cards which will most likely up our possible resolution!) Gear used: Canon 5D mk III Canon EF 24-70 2.8L II Canon EF 100 2.8L Macro IS USM Manfrotto 058B tripod Manfrotto 128LP video head (eeek... gotta get a new one.) Digital Juice Slyder Dolly (1m version) Genus Eclipse Var ND filter (82mm.... with step up ring for the 100m lens) Post work flow: At first I intended to use RawMagic to make CinemaDNGs and then go through Resolve, but I remember earlier I shortly tried one raw clip direct into Premiere and AE made possible by Ginger HDR plugin. So after foolishly having converted all the Raw clips, I decided to try that out again. I dragged all the native raw files into Premiere and then applied the following: - MB Looks, "Basic" - HSL, desaturation according to taste (-20 to -30) - RGB Curve, lift shadows a bit and create a bit more contrast - Crop, 13% off top and bottom I was doing this on a MBP 2.2ghz i7, 16gb ram, files off a 756gb 7200rpm HDD in the optibay with CS6 Premiere on a 256gb Samsung SSD in the main bay. With this hardware connected to an external monitor, I had to run the edit in 1/4 resolution to get a decent flow. I made guestimates on the grade, but I think it worked out ok. Conclusion.... Magic Lantern has really come a long way. I don't think that there's any issue with post workflow anymore, other than needing a proper computer for the job. The most painstaking part is the transfer time from the CF card to the harddrive. 47gb took about 40 minutes to transfer via FW800. And before you go wishing for Thunderbolt or similar card readers... it won't do any difference as you can only read from the CF around 100mb/s. And then the battery life... I have 3 batteries, and I feel like I should get 3 more and either get another charger or a dual charger. I would probably get one more Komputerbay 64gb CF card to get up to 5 cards, that would enable me to dump cards before filling them all up. And then the sound part.... can't wait till we can record sound again along with these raw clips!! Music: Spiegle Im Spiegle

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              • Canon EOS 550D [Full HD 1080p] Ants on the flowering peonies

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                from Tatiana Afendik / Added

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                Test video made with the Canon`s objektiv EF 50mm 1:1.8 on Canon EOS 550D body Camera Canon EOS 550D. For viewing in full HD or HD only!!! Рекомендутся для просмотра в полном HD или 720p Продолжение видеоистории о муравьиной колонии, заселившей куст роскошных пионов. На сей раз бутоны успели раскрыться и большая часть непрошенных квартирантов исчезла во взбитых сливках бело-кремовых лепестков источающих аромат от которого теряешь голову и хочешь нырнуть в это белое благоухание вслед за муравьями...

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                • Die Hütt'n - HDR Video

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                  from Georg Pircher Verdorfer / Added

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                  3 Tage lang Alltag gegen Sickergrube und Almrausch eingetauscht. Herrlich ;) Musik von Charly Greuel - Friends Word Tech Specs: Cam: Canon 60d mit Magic Lantern Glas: Canon L 24-70, Canon L 70-200, Tokina 11-16, Nifty Fifty Sonst: Indislider Workflow: 1. Aufstehn, Feuer machen, Kaffee aufsetzen 2. ML HDR Videomodus 720p 50fps - immer ein Frame über- resp. unterbelichtet (via ISO-Stepping) 3. Durch den Ginger HDR Wrapper schicken. Halbiert je nach Settings die framerate. 3. Postpro in AE mit Ginger HDR Tonemapping Cons: Ghosting, Halo, Unschärfe, Artefakte im Feuer, zuweilen extremes Moiré, ewig lange Renderzeiten. Aber wir testen weiter ;)

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                  • H.D.R. Heart Driven Reminder - A Magic Lantern HDR Video Test

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                    from Georg Pircher Verdorfer / Added

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                    Went on a little hike around Salzburg and tested the HDR-Video Feature of the great Magic Lantern Software on my Canon 60D. I exaggerated a little (heavily) with the HDR effect to see how far I can tweak the footage. As you can see I overdid it and so there are some severe issues regarding ghosting, skipping edges and halo. The overall quality in general suffers due to heavy denoising. Workflow: 1) Filmed everything with ML in 720p 50fps, HDR-Video on, 3EV steps. 2) Batch-Processed the clips with the Ginger HDR Merger and imported the image-sequences back in After Effects in a 25 fps Comp. 3) Tonemapped the Sequences with the Ginger HDR plugin in After Effects. My experiences: - The workflow is very time-consuming. Trim the original clips in advance and process only the footage you need. - Try to shoot rather steadily. The more movement, the more ghosting and artifacts. - Don't overdo it... or overdo it. Whatever. Imho the HDR feature is used best if used with caution. Take care with the deatil enhancer and the local contrast. Music: Bella Ruse - Remember Me http://www.jamendo.com/en/artist/355385/bella-ruse Plugin: Ginger HDR :: Get a 30day trial on http://19lights.com

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                    • Underwater HDR timelapse test

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                      from Gunnar Hovland / Added

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                      Trying out HDR under water.

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