Archive for '6D'
Posted on 30. Oct, 2013 by fletch murray.
QUESTION: Is the resolution, color space and dynamic range of Magic Lantern’s RAW video that much better than h.264? Judge for yourself. Here’s a side by side test we did – a blonde with extremely fine, almost white hair in a black silk robe. Blond Ambition Here’s the RAW vs h.264 video Does Magic Lantern […]
Posted on 21. Oct, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
One of the oldest questions around the DSLR market has always been “how many shutter actuations does my camera have?” In fact, one of the most popular posts in the past was this planet5D article “Canon EOS 5D Mark II shutter count actuation utility” Well now, there’s a new player in the game! Just released […]
Posted on 03. Sep, 2013 by planetmitch.
Doug Urquhart from THE UPTHINK LAB sent us another awesome project (we’ve published “MUST WATCH! “Mountains in Motion” – majestic vistas and passing time like you’ve never seen” and “Making a DIY Solar Camera for multi-month timelapses – Behind the scenes on “Mountains in Motion”” from Doug before) – this one is a combination timelapse […]
Posted on 13. Aug, 2013 by fletch murray.
If Mitch found out they were selling new Canon lenses for 75% off you’d expect him to tell you about it. Well, pro training in digital filmmaking is being offered at 75% off it’s normal price if you took our Cine Boot Camps. Victoria, of California Photo Festival, wants you to learn DSLR filmmaking. A […]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2013 by fletch murray.
In the last year, I’ve said goodbye to my older brother and my mom. I was impressed by their care providers in Oklahoma, my home state. Now I learn that not all elders are treated properly. So we’re tasking the filmmaker graduates of our Cine Boot Camps to create a series of mini-docs to rescue […]
Posted on 12. Aug, 2013 by planetmitch.
A few weeks ago, planet5D was sent a significant update from A1ex over at Magic Lantern announcing 14 stops of dynamic range for the Canon EOS 5D Mark III and Canon EOS 7D – and at the time, he didn’t think there was any chance that other cameras might get the same excitement… well, over […]
Posted on 16. Jul, 2013 by planetmitch.
We’ve warned you before, but this is serious enough that I feel a reminder is necessary – Lasers can DESTROY your camera’s sensor! We’ve got some new samples – including the destruction of a RED EPIC (and I talked to someone in chat who had his Canon EOS C300 sensor burned as well!). Our first […]
Posted on 25. Jun, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
For those of you who love old film and would love to emulate the old emulsions in your movie/corporate video etc., then FilmConvert is a great tool and they’ve just announced new camera support for the Canon EOS C100, and more! FilmConvert for RedLogFilm, 6D, the brilliant C100, the venerable EX1, and more. FilmConvert, the […]
Posted on 24. Jun, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
Win a Canon EOS 6D (or Nikon D600) from B&H right here on planet5D! As a reminder, we’re doing a giveaway on the planet5D forums (more info on the giveaway ) and all this week, we’re highlighting the products that you might win! The giveaway ends on July 31st so you still have time to […]
Posted on 08. Jun, 2013 by planetmitch.
Quick update – A1ex the Magic Lantern team has posted a thread showing all of the different cameras that can currently do RAW video and what size they can create (maximum). We’re providing the chart here as an image, but the Magic Lantern team is going to be updating the chart – so make sure […]
Posted on 06. Jun, 2013 by Keith Alvendia.
Yes, the interest is continuing to swell over the Magic Lantern RAW video feature and we’re still finding amazing videos to share – so here’s episode 4! We’ve got a new Magic Lantern forum section – check it out and comment away and be entered to win that Canon EOS 6D! The past 3+ weeks […]
Posted on 28. May, 2013 by planetmitch.
Some very cool samples in this batch – this is part III of the Largest collection of Magic Lantern RAW DSLR videos on the planet. Interesting in this batch — the use of Twixtor as well as a couple of videos with the “zoom” feature enabled (see more on this in the “3x zoom” post) […]