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Magic Lantern v2.3 is Out and It's No Longer Being Called a "Hack"
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July 26, 2012
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Eric Reagan
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The Magic Lantern team has released version 2.3 of its impressive Canon HDSLR enhanced firmware.  It's reportedly more stable and more feature-packed than ever.

Magic Lantern v2.3 represents an important milestone – professionals from all around the world are already trusting it for their paid work. We can safely say it's no longer a hack, but it's strongly heading towards a solid piece of engineering that you can trust.

We have worked a lot on bug-fixing and usability improvements and we sincerely hope you will find it a great companion for all your shooting sessions – from hobbyist to professional.

Currently, Magic Lantern is available to those users who are willing to make a donation of $10 or more.  Beginning on August 13, 2012, it will be free for everyone to download.

Magic Lantern 2.3 works on the Canon 5D Mark II, Canon 50D, Canon 60D, Canon Rebel T1i / 500D, Canon Rebel T2i / 550D and Canon Rebel T3i / 600D.

Magic Lanter v2.3 Key Features

Magic Lantern v2.3 represents an important milestone – professionals from all around the world are already trusting it for their paid work. We can safely say it’s no longer a hack, but it’s strongly heading towards a solid piece of engineering that you can trust.

We have worked a lot on bug-fixing and usability improvements and we sincerely hope you will find it a great companion for all your shooting sessions – from hobbyist to professional.

  • Fast zebras
  • Customizable menu and shortcut keys
  • Automatic HDR bracketing
  • A powerful timelapse tool
  • Advanced FPS control
  • Advanced ISO control
  • Contrast and saturation adjustments for LiveView
  • Image analysis tools in photo mode
  • Very fast playback zoom

[via Planet5D and DSLR News Shooter]

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