Magic lantern for canon 60d
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Sep 25, · Magic Lantern is very fussy about specifically which firmware version you have. As I view the Magic Lantern website, the version for the Canon 60D & 60Da are written for Canon firmware version The most recent Canon 60D firmware version is The firmware version must be an EXACT MATCH (it’s not the typical “this version or newer” should work it will not work.) This means you MUST use version with Magic Lantern. This has to do with how Magic Lantern Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins. Jun 18, · Nobody around owning a 60D working on it. If you are into RAW recording on Canon bodies you might want to take a look into D. Just under € for a cam in mint condition. Yes, no swivel display and battery life sucks IMO. But memory interface good for about 40 MByte/s (without overclocking). Nov 27, · FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: TUTORIAL! ?v=7MBnF3EFvKU UPDATED TUTORIAL!Here is the two.
Magic lantern for canon 60d.
Jun 18, · Nobody around owning a 60D working on it. If you are into RAW recording on Canon bodies you might want to take a look into D. Just under € for a cam in mint condition. Yes, no swivel display and battery life sucks IMO. But memory interface good for about 40 MByte/s (without overclocking). This book came up with “Magic Lantern Guides: Canon EOS 60D”. However, when I received and read it, I realize that it is nothing to do with Magic Lantern firmware features. It is a in deed a good reference book for standard Canon EOS 60D, so I keep it/5(22). Apr 22, · Canon 60D. «on: March 16, , AM». Installation: 1) Format the card from the camera. 2) Make sure you are running Canon firmware 3) Copy ML files on the card and run Firmware Update. Uninstallation: 1) Run Firmware Update from your ML card. 2) Follow the instructions.
Speech input: let’s talk about standards?
Microsoft, IBM, Intel, Philips and SpeechWorks are expected to host a press conference today to announce a joint initiative to create a “foundation” for the development of voice-controlled Internet applications.
The idea behind the initiative, according to Microsoft representatives, is “to provide consumers with software-based access to information anytime, anywhere, through a variety of devices – PCs, wireless PCs, mobile phones, etc.d. – over a wide variety of networks “. That is, in fact, the leaders decided to join forces and promote a single standard for speech recognition. Summarize technologies, choose the best and promote at all levels – from pocket PCs to desktop PCs, and on a macro scale – at the level of business systems and network portals – this is the leitmotif of the conference.
It is possible that this time, companies will move from creating disparate products to uniform standards.
By the way, at the MPF, as we have already reported, IBM is going to publish the technical characteristics of its new PowerPC 405LP chip, which, according to the company, has built-in support for speech recognition. However, IBM also has its own well-developed software part, quite scalable – for servers, pocket computers and ordinary personal computers. Well, if IBM and Microsoft unite… According to one of the representatives of IBM, this will be a kind of breakthrough for pocket PCs, since “software alone is not enough for true speech recognition, and you also need a suitable processor so that the software has a place to expand.”.
As you can see, Intel also does not intend to stay on the sidelines. Looks like something really interesting will sound in the field of speech recognition in the coming days…