My magic lantern will not let me shoot at a 180 degree shutter when I try to shoot at 6fps or any fps around that area. Is their anything I can do to fix that?
Shutter range: displays the available shutter speed range with current settings. When you use FPS override, Canon menu will still display 1/30 … 1/4000, but the actual shutter speed will be different; read it from ML displays. You can alter shutter speed range by changing the ratio between the two timer values (decreasing timer B will result in faster shutter speeds available).
To get 180-degree shutter speed at very low FPS, simply discard half of the frames in post.
I'm just waiting to see what rayw has to say about this...
I love this show!
That silly monkey is always getting into trouble, and the other monkeys always save him, but it doesn't matter because the silly monkey is just going to get into trouble again!
It's crazy. I love it.
Screw your friends and your hard drive.Okay thanks. I already did a test but my friends say it looks fake.
I don't care if it looks like an epileptic chihuahua with Tourette's that skipped its Ritalin meds shot it.There will be some reason why he can't - the tripod bounces around or is too flimsy, or there isn't a long stretch of road, or the car doesn't have a front window, or he forgot how to open up his NLE, or 400kb is too big to fit on his computer, or......
Harmonica has a chronic case of excuse-itis; but, but, but.....