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Notice that the cameras on this list are all older models. That's because it takes time to reverse-engineer the camera and tailor the software to work alongside Canon's stock menu system. The installation was pretty smooth for my camera. I simply went to the Magic Lantern websitenavigated to the Downloads section, and downloaded the software that Canon EOS 1100D Magic Lantern the firmware version currently running on my camera. Once downloaded to the computer, the software was copied to an SD card and then placed in the camera. For detailed installation instructions, please check out the Install Guide on the Magic Lantern website.

After installation and startup, the Magic Lantern interface is accessed by pressing the delete button on your camera. The standard Canon firmware is not replaced and the stock menu can still be accessed and utilized. Although I have had good luck with it, and know other photographers who run Magic Lantern without issues, there Canon EOS 1100D Magic Lantern no guarantees that it is safe. It says so right on the website.

Even though Magic Lantern does not replace the Canon firmware, it does change some settings in the camera. If some Canon EOS 1100D Magic Lantern those settings are not changed correctly, the camera may not boot. In my research, it appears that these types of problems are rare, but the potential is still there. This is one of those situations where you use the product at your own risk. One big question is whether using Magic Lantern will void the warranty of your camera. First off, if you do have any of the cameras listed above, it is quite likely that the warranty period has expired anyway. However, should you have any problems with your camera that may be related to installing and using Magic Lantern software, Canon EOS 1100D Magic Lantern is quite possible that Canon is not going to fix it.

Magic Lantern Features Magic Lantern is loaded with features that are not found in the stock Canon menus. The absence of these features in Canon cameras is, quite frankly, why Magic Lantern exists in the first place. It would be nice if Canon included some of these features, like some of the other manufacturers, but that is a topic for another article. In their defense, however, the newer Canon models do seem to be getting more feature-rich.


Although Magic Lantern was originally targeted for video shooters, there are still many great features that are useful for those of us who concentrate on still photography. Let's take a look at a few of those features here.

Magic Lantern Features: Unlocking Your Camera’s Potential

Intervalometer This is one of the main reasons I wanted to give Magic Lantern a try. I love doing time lapse photography, but it is disappointing that my Canon 5D Mark III doesn't have a built-in intervalometer. Using a cable release the last few years hasn't been a huge deal, but it's nice to not have an extra piece of gear to worry about or something else with a battery that will go dead at the worst time. Magic Lantern's intervalometer feature. Focus Peaking Focus peaking is one of those features you just have to try to understand why it is so helpful. Canon EOS 1100D Magic Lantern shots where critical focus is so important, this feature works great.

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It also makes using manual focus lenses a breeze. Just adjust the focus ring until what you want in focus is in focus, and voila! Focus peaking provides a visual indicator to let you easily see what areas are in focus. Timelapse Play This goes along with using the intervalometer feature.


After shooting a sequence of images, it would be nice to have the ability to preview what the timelapse video will look like. Typically, the only way to do this is to press the image review button, then use the scroll wheel to run through the images.

With the Timelapse Play feature, it is possible to watch a preview of the video with just a couple of keystrokes. It will continuously cycle through all the images in a loop until the image review button is pressed. The Timelapse Canon EOS 1100D Magic Lantern feature is great for previewing timelapse videos. Bulb Timer Although my Canon camera has Bulb mode, I would generally have to use a remote cable release to use it.

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Either that or hold down the shutter button for the length of exposure I want, which doesn't work well. Magic Lantern has a built-in Bulb Timer feature that allows you to set any time from 1 second all the way up to 8 hours, in 1 second increments. With this feature enabled, you half-press the shutter button to automatically activate a 2-second timer, then the camera exposes the scene for the designated time Canon EOS 1100D Magic Lantern selected.

The Bulb Timer can be set for any length from 1 Canon EOS 1100D Magic Lantern up to 8 hours. Magic Zoom This is another feature that aids in achieving critical focus in a specific area of a scene. This feature allows you to select a magnification of 1: The Magic Zoom feature can be set up to function is several different ways. When activated using Live View, a focus box shows up on the LCD screen at the magnification you select. D / Rebel T3. Warning! Magic Lantern is not approved nor endorsed by Canon in any way, and using it will probably void your warranty.

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