How-to Install Magic Lantern on a Canon DSLR

I walk you through the install of Magic Lantern on a Canon T5i(700D). Add some neat and powerful features to your DSLR with just a few minutes of work.Download Magic Lantern: Magic Lantern is not approved nor endorsed by Canon in any way, and using it will probably void your warranty.We are not responsible for any damages to your camera.

Photo Mish Mash Ep 32 - JPEG or RAW

Our collected thoughts on the 7D Mark II, a look at some high ISO samples, other Photokina announcements, a question - what would you like to see me bring to Italy? Some tips for better family portraits and a demonstration in lightroom RAW vs JPEG.Photo Mish Mash Ep #32 Date: 9/19/14Week in review:New style of critique fewer, more in depth and in future more bite sized piecesTriggertrap Timelapses and What we learned from the flower time lapseNext week-Magic lantern and star photography12:30 News:Update on my 70D -“Unit is suspended waiting for a mirror box replacement. We should have the part this week. Sorry for delay.”7D Mark II - Finally here - I predict we will see a prosumer focused video DSLR from Canon- the question is WHEN? Compare tool: NX1 G7 X - 1” sensor - challenges the Sony RX 100 Mark III - 4/3 sensor 4K video 15 min limit Discussion:The Best Travel Camera/Video Camera? AKA What should Toby take to Italy besides 5D Mark IIILifestyle sessions for family portraits - more genuine moments and how to get the family and kids more comfortable.46:52 Reader Questions:Roger H -I started shooting in RAW + Jpeg on my 70D a few months ago now. Although I also invested in LR5 (which is really good), I'll be honest and say that I just don't see much difference, if any, between the Jpeg and the RAW after they've been edited (for example, to bring out the shadows etc etc). Would you say that the quality of Jpegs is now so high that there's less reason to shoot in RAW. I'd sure like to save space on my computer!Flickr Pic(k) of the WeekToby: Provided by