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5 hours ago, Andrew Reid said:

Seu balanço de branco está louco naquele tiro.

WAAAY fora.

Faça os objetos brancos parecerem brancos ... Use o balanço de branco automático se você achar mais fácil.

thanks for the quick response.

This photo is horrible. but I'm doing new tests now with sunlight. I'm with a 60d canon in standart mode wb auto next to the sony a7s trying to get manually to the white of the canon or real white, but it's impossible. the sony white is always dyed yellow or green. something?

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Many example videos using EOSHD Pro Color settings are either taken exclusively at night or mucked up with Luts that completely alter the color, so you cannot see what the Pro Color settings do.

I also notice that you can control the colour depth on the A7S II with S-Gamut selected, but on the A6300 you can't. I'll be doing an updated EOSHD Pro Color soon and a few other tweaks. No

That goes without saying for everything, always test new stuff before a shoot. There are some bugs in Sony's colour handling. The different behaviour of colour depth from A7S II to A6300 shouldn'

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14 hours ago, Tanka prem said:

thanks for the quick response.

This photo is horrible. but I'm doing new tests now with sunlight. I'm with a 60d canon in standart mode wb auto next to the sony a7s trying to get manually to the white of the canon or real white, but it's impossible. the sony white is always dyed yellow or green. something?

Are you using an ND filter? Have you tried using a grey card for WB?

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without filter nd. As I do not have a gray card, I tried with a gray shirt041AF00C-0B86-4D4C-8348-0DE7BC413576.thumb.JPG.944e5f264b40edfefd23894811fe76c8.JPGeoshd pro color, setting wb with a tshirt.

18B8A8DB-4EB8-499B-9970-57E437D22745.thumb.JPG.08f292df868edc4d90e74d36a9896720.JPGEoshd pro colour  auto wb 6CB7465A-7EA9-43CB-A792-E4B171CF4482.thumb.JPG.edee3e40600f67c62ee710826b68bf45.JPGwithout eoshd pro colour, wb auto 6CB7465A-7EA9-43CB-A792-E4B171CF4482.thumb.JPG.c67245a9825012177872489c4b7f7d4d.JPG eoshd pro colour with manual wbED383031-FA50-4ABD-A7F5-2C6B7647988F.thumb.JPG.26d0768db745ca4c785169192371390a.JPGwithout eoshd pro colour with same manual wb

IMG_4685.thumb.JPG.93ebb8cc71c167b7ebc53eff9a1c0eb6.JPGCanon 60d standart with wb auto

it seems difficult for me to maintain a real white and at the same time use eoshd settings

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On 08/09/2017 at 3:43 PM, Tanka prem said:

without filter nd. As I do not have a gray card, I tried with a gray shirt6CB7465A-7EA9-43CB-A792-E4B171CF4482.thumb.JPG.edee3e40600f67c62ee710826b68bf45.JPGwithout eoshd pro colour, wb auto 

IMG_4685.thumb.JPG.93ebb8cc71c167b7ebc53eff9a1c0eb6.JPGCanon 60d standart with wb auto

it seems difficult for me to maintain a real white and at the same time use eoshd settings

EOSHD Pro Color is doing its job in this one...

It looks much better than the Sony default and Canon 60D, which has an anaemic, zombie like quality

The white is clipping on the 60D shot, which is why it looks bright-white compared to the EOSHD Pro Colour shot (see the book under the speaker and the curtain / window area). The EOSHD Pro Colour shot has more dynamic range and is picking up the ambience of the light cast on the white surfaces better too.

As for clinical images, no ambience, no soul... Who wants that?

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