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12-10-2009, 01:43 PM   #16
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Does the issue also show up in a raw photo developed using non-Pentax software?

12-10-2009, 05:39 PM   #17
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QuoteOriginally posted by greenless Quote
If there's a problem with the sensor will Pentax replace it for me or will I have to pay for it?
Assuming it is under warranty, of course they'd fix/replace it if it turns out to be defective. But I still say, post a picture with fewer variables - don't make it be about LED or about video. Make it be about blue and the sensor only, like the title of the thread says. Or, if it turns out the problem really is specifc to LED or to video, then let's get that figured out.
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- Question: can be changed WB on movie? It looks like in both cases the main light source was a low tungsten one which was compensated, therefore (depends of camera) making a true shifting of the spectrum and pushing short lenght blues too much towards UV. TimothyB, can you try or to set WB to daylight, or to use a colder source like daylight with fence or a ~5400K fluorescent?

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