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K-2

Member Since 28 Oct 2007
Offline Last Active Jan 04 2008 08:14 PM
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In Topic: Sony HC7 Settings

25 December 2007 - 06:27 AM

You might be using the wrong filter - there are blue water filters and green water filters. Check shich you are using and try the other one. If all else fails, it is an easy fix in your editing software - what are you using for that?



I will check the filters again to ensure that there was not a mix up. However, I do believe that I have the correct "blue water" filters by URPro. Worth taking the time to check.

As for the editing software I have the Adobe Suite using the Premier Elements 4. Again, as I stated earlier, I am totally new to this so I have played with it a little bit. You say it is an easy fix, so hopefully with some practice I will figure out how to do that. I have been looking for a good manual on editing with the software to help me figure it all out. Any recommendations for correcting in the software?

Thanks and Merry Christmas,
Mike

In Topic: Sony HC7 Settings

19 December 2007 - 07:56 PM

Thanks for the answer. I will definitely be working on the weighting issue to get true neutral. Hopefully with a little more practice I can get some better video. It just seems that I am getting an overall greenish tint to all the video I have shot.