« on: March 17, 2014, 04:30:30 PM »
Definitely do not have a clue as to what Dual ISO is?
It interlaces a single shot with two different iso settings like 100 and 800, you then de-interlace it with a postprocessing program "cr2hdr.exe". The result is a boost in dynamic range with a minor loss of resolution on both ends of the histogram. Great for shooting moving high-dynamic rang scenes.
Magic Lantern is so feature-rich you really have to try it for yourself, good thing is that you can disable modules if you don't need them and hide menu options you never use.
Thanks Marsu.....yes...now I remember reading that when I read about the first hack into the Mark III firmware...I understand you completely. OK...I will have to look into this more...I am still a little chicken..(bwack..bwaaaaack....LOL!)....but I am going to go to the website and read up on this and see if I want to load it up on my 5D III....that will also give you guys a little time to make the new hack more stable so that it is not... "cutting edge" stable!!!! I think it is REALLY cool that you guys can do and actually do what you do...if that made any sense!