Shoot two exposures at once with Magic Lantern
[Front] Posted Jul 23, 2013 13:00 UTC (Tue) by n8willis
Developers from the Magic
Lantern (ML) project have enabled a previously undiscovered capability
in high-end Canon digital cameras: the ability to record images and
video at two different exposure levels in every frame.
Post-processing is required to blend the exposures into a seamless
image, but the result is a single shot that covers essentially the
entire range of brightness that the camera sensor is capable of
seeing. That means high contrast scenes are visible without sensor
noise, without motion artifacts, and without stacking multiple shots
in a high dynamic range (HDR) blending program.
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