Tested with all different CFn6 settings and it works perfectly now! --> OK
A similar hack would be recommended for LiveView/Continuous AF. If one forgets to disable it you will have the same symptoms of focus hunting just before the next picture is to be taken.
Just found a little side effect: Focus stacking starts even in photo mode but changes to LiveView after the first picture taken. Same behavior on the 60D so I guess this is as designed.Rack Focus
--> not sure?
In principle the focus behaves as expected according to the chosen focus parameters (Focus End Point, Step Size - all good).
When starting RECORDING first (using LV button or LCD sensor) Rack focus can be initiated pressing PLAY or using the LCD sensor again (nice, no camera shake). Any further start delay
is not taking place (probably not needed, when initiating rack focus manually in recording mode).
But when following instructions from http://www.magiclantern.fm/forum/index.php?topic=11269.msg109589#msg109589
I was expecting to start recording a short sequence from the Focus Menu -> Rack Focus just by pressing PLAY from there.
I get the message: Rack Focus REC started
. After the chosen delay focus is shifting as defined, then another delay count down ending with the message movie_end:not recording
and nothing is saved on the SD card.
Did I get it totally wrong?