Overall, all search queries for the Canon range has fallen 50% since 2010. With that an other insights let’s take a deep look at the search giant’s traffic…
This guide has advice for filmmakers on getting up and running with 5D Mark III 3.5K raw video, using the latest Magic Lantern, as well as the new full HD 60p modes.
Written by EOSHD’s Andrew Reid, the book is easy to understand for all skill levels and you can be up and shooting within minutes.
In addition, 1920 x 800 recordings at 60fps are continuous to the card without a frame limit, a feat made possible thanks to new lossless compression.
Yesterday on April 1st, in amidst the usual click bate Magic Lantern announced a 4K video module for the 5D Mark III. Nobody believed them.
It turns out they weren’t joking.
Crafted using my Canon Cinema EOS 1D C as a development camera, the EOSHD C-LOG and Film Profiles pack installs a “Canon LOG” picture style on cameras previously without it, plus a range of film simulation modes.
The pack is supplied with full easy to follow instructions and no modification or firmware update is necessary. It is compatible with all Canon DSLRs and mirrorless cameras such as the EOS RP, EOS M series, 5D Mark IV, 6D Mark II, 5D Mark III, 1D X Mark II, Rebel series, EOS R and more.
Magic Lantern just turned your 5D Mark III into a desktop computer.
The cameras (running ARM processor and up to 512MB of RAM) are seen in this video booting into the Linux kernel, version 3.19. The development paves the way for third party apps to run on the camera and to control all functions of the device.
Users are presented with an error saying “firmware older than 1.3 on the card, update using newer version”.