SimonClarkson wrote in post #15458038
I just checked out the Magic Lantern, excluding the improvements with video and audio what photo improvements have they made? The website seemed a little unclear.
HDR (either auto mode where the camera takes a test exposure, and then brackets accordingly, or manually bracketed, where you tell the camera how many shots to take and in what order, pick the 0 exposure, and then the camera takes all the shots. Up to 9 I believe)
Bulb Ramping, where you set a target exposure value and the camera adjusts to maintain that exposure value during the course of a time lapse.
Intervelometer, tell it how often to shoot, and when to start shooting. I believe you can even tell it how many shots to take.
Bulb timer, tell the camera how long of an exposure you want to take in bulb mode.
I use the bulb timer in conjunction with the intervalometer to shoot fireworks.
Focus peaking and live histogram are useful in Live view as well.
In camera HDR preview. You can select the bracketed shot and see a merged image to tell what the base HDR image will look like.
Live View exposure gain. Boost the live view image by up to three stops.
Their may be more, but these are the functions I use.
Audio and motion triggering. I've tested them to see how well they work but haven't really tried to make an image with them yet. The triggering parameters for both are adjustable. Trap focus (takes a shot when something comes into focus, assuming you prefocus on a certain area) is a feature I haven't even tested yet, but I can already think of a few shots to take with it.