« on: October 02, 2012, 12:08:06 PM »
Thats where a fast frame rate as well as focus stacking might be handy. Focus stacking software can usually handle slight frame registration issues.The focus stacking in Magic Lantern is nice, but, I wouldnt say its fast enough to deal with a live object like that, especially not swaying in the wind. It uses live-view focus, which is slow by itself.
I keep intending to try the feature in Magic Lantern. I have used third party software with Breeze DSLR Capture to take images for focus stacking and it works well.
For a still object, like a flower, its really nice
I agree. A web in the wind can be a very fast back and forth motion that live view focus could not handle. great for still things. as you said.