hyalinejim Posted January 31, 2017 Share Posted January 31, 2017 Exactly! It's like two cameras in one: a really great image in bright light and a really shitty image in low light. The point at which it stops being great and starts being shitty is down to individual taste and requirements. BTW, I'm getting a significant improvement in colour rendition by using an XRite colour checker and manually adjusting hue and saturation in Resolve, getting the vectorscope spikes on the chart shot to match an overlay I got from here. In general, when a shot is white balanced accurately, the hue and saturation adjustments tame the reds and warm the yellows quite noticeably. It also helps with matching the XC10 with other cameras. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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