If you are a fan of Magic Lantern, you know that this piece of software can greatly enhance video on Canon cameras. Why shouldn’t you be a fan, it can give your 5dmkIII 4K raw?). But now, Magic Lantern is reported to enabling 5K RAW on the (older, $150 on Amazon) Canon EOS M. (see the ML post here)
If you take a look at the screens below, you’ss see that there is now a new option for 5K 3×1 24FPS recording. 5K, stands for 5K footage, 3×1 stands for 3 pixels binning and 24 is the FPS, not bad for a sub $150 camera.
looking further into the screens we can see that the recording is done at 10 bit, and at an “anamorphic” ratio of 2.35:1.
EOSHD also reports that the person who tipped them thinks that an aliasing-free 5K mode will eventually come as well.
The bigger news is about the 1×3 1736×2150 preset… it really means aliasing free 5208×2150 footage when corrected in Mlv App in post. For continuous action record as described in the post