03-19-2020 07:05 PM - edited 03-19-2020 07:06 PM
Hello, I've come across this issue with footage from both C100 models:
I know it seems slight, but a green shift is very noticable across a full frame of video. It looks like a shift sudden gamma shift in the green channel.
It happens when recorded as either AVCHD or MP4.
I've opened it in a numer of editing programs so it's not a rendering issue.
It doesn't have anything to do with lighting: one location had tungsten, the other LED. The attached sample is from mk ii.
Any ideas? Thank you!
03-20-2020 12:54 AM
What were your exposure settings? If the shutter speed is faster than typical its possible the camera is picking up more green from the light cycle of the LEDs. I feel like this might not be particularly likely but it would be a good variable to cancel out.
Also, does this happen specifically when the light source is different? Does this happen in sun and or shade?
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