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Hack a Day reports a user under the name of dataghost has made a firmware hack that adds limited movie recording support to the Canon EOS 40D dSLR camera! There are still some problems though but it's a nice proof of concept.
Re: 40d new firmware « Reply #6 on: 28 / January / 2009, 16:32:08 » yeah, tried the firmware and nothing much really (no.5 might be an interesting update for strobists, but i never really got to trying that yet). As for no.1, i can only wish i had an 85/1.2L ^^.
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These builds have been around for some time, and they are unlikely to cause major issues.
In most cases, regressions are fixed quickly - if you report them.
Most of these builds are tested, to a limited extent, in QEMU.These tests are automated - if they fail, there might be either a real bug in the tested build, or a bug in the emulation.The only way to tell is by testing on real hardware and comparing the results - your feedback is welcome!
For recent features like Lua scripting, raw recording at 2K/3K/4K/10-bit/12-bit/LJ92/etc, please try the experimental builds (and report back!)
5D Mark III 1.1.3Canon Firmware Version: 1.1.3Latest Build: 2018-07-02
5D Mark III 1.2.3Canon Firmware Version: 1.2.3Latest Build: 2018-07-03
5D Mark IICanon Firmware Version: 2.1.2Latest Build: 2018-07-02
These cameras are no longer maintained, but there is a working build available.
Your camera is not listed?
A port of a new camera model happens if and only if there is a developer who has the camera and sufficient time, motivation and skill to complete the port. (thanks CHDK)
If this describes you, then you may be able to help. Start by reading the development forum, the wiki, and the source code.
There are firmware dumpers available for most Canon EOS cameras (see below).
Porting guides: tutorial for firmware upgrades, EOS M2 walkthrough, any other camera ports (ideally same generation).
You can run both Canon firmware and Magic Lantern, to some extent, in QEMU. The emulation guide also covers initial firmware analysis and has some reverse engineering tips.
If you cannot find a firmware dumper, feel free to ask; just be aware this step won't magically bring a developer to work on it.
You may also ask for a portable display test FIR here (likely to work on most EOS cameras).
DIGIC 6 ports are possible, but progress is slow - 80D and 750D are likely to work first. Help needed.
DIGIC 7/8 ports are likely possible - you can help.
Some recent Canon EOS M cameras (M3, M5, M6, M10, M100) are based on PowerShot firmware. It's much easier to port CHDK on these cameras. EOS M, M2 and M50 are running EOS firmware.
These are small programs that can save the contents of your camera's ROM contents on the card.
The existence of a ROM dumper proves we are able to execute code on the camera,and enables anyone with the right skills to start looking into it. Nothing more, nothing less.
In particular, ROM dumpers will NOT help you install Magic Lantern and will NOT provide any useful features on their own.
Canon Eos 40d Firmware Hack Download
Portable ROM dumper (models running EOS firmware, 2 ≤ DIGIC ≤ 8)
Canon Basic dumper (all DIGIC 8 and 10 models)
When will it be ready?
Unfortunately, Magic Lantern ports don't follow a schedule.
There is no plan, and there is no Magic Lantern organization that specifies which port happens next.
If there is work being done on a camera, there will be a development thread in the forum.
If there is no mention of development activity on the forum, there is no reason to ask about that camera's status: It is not supported, and there is no way for anyone to know if or when it might be supported. Your guess is as good as ours.
If you want your camera done faster, please join the development efforts.
Canon Eos 40d Firmware Hack Download Windows 7
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