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Autoexposure bracketing question about the T2i...
May 17, 2011 6:51 PM   Subscribe

AEB on a Canon T2i. Is there any software to allow more than 3 exposures while using AEB on a T2i?

I've read about CHDK for point and shoot cameras and Magic Lantern for DSLR video but I can't find any software mods to increase the number of exposures I can take in one pass.
posted by no bueno to Technology (4 answers total)
 
Is there a reason you couldn't just make these exposures manually?
posted by j03 at 8:00 PM on May 17, 2011


I haven't gotten around to installing Magic Lantern on my 550D (T2i to Americans) yet, but I think it does this. http://magiclantern.wikia.com/wiki/550D/UserGuide

"AE Bracketing for HDR images and timelapses.
Select number of images with SET and step size with DISP. To turn this off quickly, press Q."

posted by Aiwen at 4:32 AM on May 18, 2011


@j03 - when you're trying to do HDR images you don't want to touch the camera to change the settings or else you'll end up with ghosting in your final image.

@aiwen - Thanks, I didn't think it did that but I'll install it this weekend. Check back next week if you want a progress update.
posted by no bueno at 1:02 PM on May 18, 2011


If you have to do it manually (I tend to bracket a stop around +1, so 0,+1, +2, then bracket around -2, so -3, -2, -1) you can use something like align/enfuse to make sure it all comes out allright. Of course, if you're on a tripod to start with...
posted by notsnot at 3:01 PM on May 18, 2011


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