Canon DSLRs with uncompressed HDMI Out by Magic Lantern?[15:20 fri,24.February 2012 by Thomas Richter]
One of the creators of the Magic Lantern, according hacks it might be possible to elicit a simple change of a register value of various Canon DSRLs real, uncompressed HD video output via HDMI. Currently, the HDMI output is still limited, if not recorded, 1620x1080 video output via HDMI, when recording is, is even at only a 720x480 (effectively 640x388) signal to HDMI. VV = 7838475 Magic Lantern is an ongoing in-camera software that the (video) features several Canon DSRLS, such as the 5D MKII, 500D, 600D and 50D expanded enormously. After the analysis of the Canon firmware many ordinary indexes were found, their values u200bu200bcan unlock special features of the DIGIC image processor, the developer of the Magic Lantern hacks are now in the processTry it by simply by many workers to find out exactly which tab is activated which functionality. (Speculation) is yet to unlock, any optional features, such as a mirrored display were digital panning or anamorphic preview after by the above method Ausprobier even as the freedom to adjust the display of frames per second or about saturation and Custom Color enables Curves. Since Canon&s video division would compete if at one of the next DSLR models uncompressed HDMI output would be integrated, it is not expected that this opportunity will be made officially by Canon for disposal
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