DP1, DP2 & DP3 color rendition: same or different? The truth revealed :)

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Re: DP1, DP2 & DP3 color rendition: same or different? The truth revealed :)
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BobNL wrote:

Thanks. It basically confirms my own findings but this time in even more controlled light. Now the question of course what conclusion to take from the results, they might vary wildly again

One more thing; I saw you did the test at iso100. As the native/base/standard/default iso of the Merrill sensor is supposedly iso200 this might influence the result. One of the channels could be clipped early/earlier. Something to keep in mind when making conclusions.

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Hello Bob,

sure thing, you are welcome!

Ah, conclusions - well, I know what I aimed for (are the cameras' colours different?) and I know what I take out of my experiment (yes they are - and their exposure is different too). Besides that, everyone is free to take whatever they want, I  just wanted to provide the community with a service and some raw data for y'all to to interpret...

Thanks again, best

Vieri

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