I've now massively test images here looked at slashcam - the color temperature, especially when you compare time between Sonyand Panasonic is quite different.
If the optimized Low Light (also with manual white balance) compares, then the color difference is not small. Compares with the SD707 dieCanonXA10 times as a SonyCX550. Despite the white balance, the differences are quite large. Meaning and purpose of the white balance but it should be synonymous synchronization of colors (there are only a color space ...).
Does it make sense if one has even started with Panasonic cameras, ne buy Sony neCanonzu Or, if one wants to film, perhaps even synonymous with 2-3 cameras simultaneously?
Antwort von domain:
In my experience it is quite difficult to achieve a color continuity between different cameras Manufacturer. Each pursues his own philosophy and the color has to do with a White Balance for reference only very little. You can still try to keep a constant reminder and color match, but the other colors are still pretty out of hand.
Antwort von nicecam:
It is definitely difficult to adjust the colors. For that reason alone it should be really, Manufacturer to stick to one, perhaps even in similar types of cameras, let's say beispielsweiseCanonHV-20 to the XH-A1.
The colors get compatible, but it should be possible. The experts here should be able to say something. Nice synonymous if the camera allows you to make customized settings to be able to store them as presets, read on and capture card in the other camera can. More likely to find in Prosumerlager.
Here x 2 threads that deal with the problem more or less: