Magic Lantern announces free HDR video firmware for Canon DSLRs
By Loz Blain
19:44 December 20, 2011
Magic Lantern is a non-destructive firmware add-on for certain Canon DSLR cameras. It opens up software options like extended exposure bracketing, focus stacking, extended long exposure shooting, and a wide range of video and audio assist tools that Canon chose not to include in the cameras' stock software.
It's a well-established piece of software with a pretty active community of users and developers continually improving the product - but it's been quite a while since we saw a marquee feature like this get added.
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Pretty Cool! Now if I just had the Camera;)
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