tupp Posted January 24, 2022 Share Posted January 24, 2022 16 minutes ago, PannySVHS said: The 2.5K mode uses almost half of the x-axis 5184 pixels of the Eos M sensor. That would equal about 10.7mm as the Eos M sensor counts 22.2mm sensor width. The og pocket counts 12.48mm width. So Magic Lantern Raw is providing a smaller sensor area than the OG Bmpcc. @ZEEK posted these figures a little over a year ago: On 9/23/2020 at 10:31 PM, ZEEK said: For the EOS M ML RAW Modes, Jip-hop a while back posted the calculations of how the modes compare relative to the width of a full frame sensor (The Crop Factor). 1080 RAW Mode [1736x976] = 1.6x Crop Aps-c 1080 RAW Mode + x3 Crop Mode Enabled 1800px wide = 4.61x Crop (1.6x * 2.88x) 2.5K RAW Mode @2.35:1 = 3.29x Crop (1.6 * 2.06) 2.8K RAW Mode @2.35:1 = 2.96x Crop (1.6 * 1.85) - (Closest mode to Super16 or the BMPCC FOV) EOS M sensor size: 22.3 x 14.9 mm EOS M sensor width: 5184px Evidently, the 2.8K mode is closest to BMPCC, and it works with Super16 lenses. However, it would be wise to watch some of the EOSM settings videos from @ZEEK , to see how much the resolution must be reduced to get continuous recording. Also, I think that reducing the resolution creates a smaller image capturing area. PannySVHS and webrunner5 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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