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  1.   Thank you for having done a test. Your timelapse too demonstrates that this is not an issue related with my camera but maybe a common issue of GH3. I have the latest body firmware (1.1).       Sorry for my english, I wanted to say "faster shutter speeds than 1/40". However, after wrighting the firs post I have done several tests. As you can see in test 3 video, the issue can affect raw files even with slower shutter speed. So, I will edit the first post since it's not necessary to use faster shutter speeds. It looks like it's necessary to have very dark are
  2.   I have done several tests, all of them with the same identical settings. WB is the same for every single frame and as you can see, color is the same for more bright ares, and color shift can bee noticed only in underxeposed areas.   https://vimeo.com/67382669   In the above test, I have tried using slower shutter speed, however nothing changed. I really don't know what to think. An issue, or a regular camera limit?
  3. I'm sorry for my poor english, but I'll try to explain the best I can. I have noticed a weird problem with RAW timelapse on my GH3. I recently started using RAW images for timelapse because I can recover more detail from underexposed areas in post and get a wider dynamic range. Take a look at this video:   https://vimeo.com/66920197 You can see two timelapse tests that have been done with all manual settings (exposure, white balance, shutter speed and ISO). ISO levels are 125 for the first test and 200 for the outdoor timelapse. The clips marked with "A" are the RAW sequences straight
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