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- all the advertised 50 steps should be now present (I've messed the
source with previous build)
- in video mode, you can select only up to 6400 (more generally, it
will skip all values refused by the camera.. like ISO 100 in HTP mode)
- you can toggle the values backwards using Disp button (thanks Tobias
for the patch!).
This would be nice to be implemented using the wheel... but I don't
know how to decode it yet.
2010/12/20 Fotohobis <foto...@gmail.com>:
Reason for chosing Delete: when I clicked it outside Play mode,
nothing seem to happen. But maybe the rectangle was already centered
Will add a config file option.
Alex added a config file property for the delay between the shots:
The default delay of 1000ms is necessary, because without it the camera
freezes from time to time using bracketing in live view (LV) mode.
I had no issues setting the delay to 0 when shooting without LV in M, Av
& Tv mode.
Please give it a try, too.
See also our discussion here:
> Thanks for the release. Really great. A few questions.
> -Can the speed between shots be increased, as in the aeb mode?
> -Some form of timer? It seems the only way to trigger the bracketing
> is by pushing set on test bracket. This can move the camera on first
> Lcd as trigger to work on both intervallometer and bracket maybe? To
> be able to use the infrared remote would be great.
> Previous releases it was advices to remove the battery after use. Is
> this still necessary?
> **awesome work, jealous of you guys skills!**
> On Dec 19, 7:36 pm, Alex<broscutama...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> After lots of testing and bug fixing, we believe the new Magic Lantern
>> for 550D firmware 1.0.9 is stable enough to release it to the general
>> You can find it on the main 550D wiki page:http://magiclantern.wikia.com/wiki/550D
>> * GUI menus: press the ERASE button to display them
>> * Bit rate control (QScale parameter) for the H.264 encoder
>> * Zebra stripes for overexposed / underexposed areas
>> * Spotmeter, histogram
>> * Cropmarks (16:9, Cinemascope, Fisheye)
>> * Simple intervalometer
>> * Trap Focus: camera takes a picture when something comes in focus
>> * Wireless trigger with the LCD face sensor& your own hand
>> * AE bracketing (like on 5D2 ML)
>> * Rack focus
>> * Stack focus (Live View only)
>> * Lens data computation
>> * Onscreen audio meters
>> * Manual audio gain, selectable input source, disable AGC and
>> digital filters
>> * Display time remaining during video recording
>> * Debug functions (display CMOS temperature, screenshot, logging)
>> We also have a new Windows tool for making the cards bootable
>> (EOSCard), and new install& user guides.
Small bugfixes and a new feature: HDR images and timelapses. It's in
the "Shoot" menu and is used together with intervalometer or LCD
Remote. Also works in M mode.
Intervalometer & Brack have now a delay before starting => no shake.
With the LCD remote, you don't touch the camera => no shake.
I'm thinking to remove the Brack menu and leave only the HDR one. This
will make some space for new menus. Thoughts?
On Wed, Dec 22, 2010 at 11:58 PM, Piers <pie...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Dude! I knew I could rely on you.
Look in hotplug_task (in Canon's firmware) for details on how to detect
USB, HDMI, and MIC events. If you search for ISR you can find it
easily. I thought we had the mic insert property named in property.h,
but don't see it off hand.
If it's not this, post a screenshot.
I'll be offline for a while (maybe until next year), and therefore I
wish Merry Christmas and (maybe) Happy New Year to all the Magic
Lantern users and developers.
Here's a new build which should fix many unstable behaviors. I'll do
some more tests in the next few hours, until I'll leave, but so far it
worked very well for me. I've tested all the new cropmarks, did a
short timelapse (60 images) and wrote some garbage to config file. No
crashes or unstable behaviors yet.
Enjoy Magic Lantern and don't brick your cameras!
Thanks Alex! You have a good Christmas!