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    • For the 5D3 you have to scroll down to Compressed raw recording, in Experiments - https://builds.magiclantern.fm/experiments.html It's not in the standard nightly builds yet. For the other cameras, have fun searching the forums for builds, until somebody puts them all in one place The point is these are all beta, not finished, or finalised versions of Magic Lantern. So use at your own risk! S16 and C-mount lenses don't adapt to Canon EF mount. You'll need to use them on Micro Four Thirds.
    • I very quickly found that shooting anything other than 4K on an A6500 is a bad idea. The 1080 image is soft. Low light is decent enough though, I've been to 6400.
    • There is a lossless digital zoom in both 1080p and 4K. In 1080p it's garbage, but in 4K 1x-2x zoom is stepless, and perfect quality. In 2x mode the noise kicks in at 2 stops lower ISO values (1:1 sensor crop instead of full sensor oversampling) , so at ISO1600 things starts to get noisy. BUT the rolling shutter is much better in 2x AF perfectly works with digital zoom too, just tested yesterday, with 50mm F1.8 OSS in 1,7x (so FF equialent roughly 125mm F4,5) , facetracking worked perfectly with a walking couple.
    • Blade Runner 2049, shot on the 1D C... That's exactly what I'm talking about in the recent pro camera article, they are all doing it even on mega budget feature films, because small cameras are creatively liberating and don't need babysitting as much when left unattended on some robotic arm. As you can see it has a simple LAN cable connected to it. No whacking great cables coming out the back of a DSLR for a start. Maybe they modified it for remote control. The lens might have AF motors to control focus wirelessly, but it doesn't look like an EF lens that is for sure. Canon were so stupid not to fully exploit and develop the 1D C concept over the last 5 years.
    • It's better in low light than the 5D Mark III, so ISO 6400 and even 12,800 you can get to look pretty good, but only in 4K. The 1080p mode is worse than the 5D Mark III. So think of the A6500 as a 4K camera only. There is no 1:1 crop mode for HD. But you can achieve this in post with the 4K by cropping out a 1920 x 1080 centre window.
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