Role of sensor in color rendering?

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JimKasson
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Re: Role of sensor in color rendering?
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lélé wrote:

For example, I have a Godox AD200Pro and Godox V1. I did a few autoportrait to get familiar with them. I was really suprised how skin tones, despite careful WB adjustment on reference, looked VERY different between the two. And VERY different from daylight. Of course, those are flash tubes light, not a 'perfect' illuminant'. So I expected differences. But not to such extent! I also planned to use both in a two lights setup...but that's impossible because the areas lit by one or the other look to different. There is a tint difference I could get (mostly) rid of with a colored filter (V1 more green), but I'm affraid it goesway beyond that.

I'd suggest using a spectrometer or at least a colorimeter to measure the lighting and help with the gel calculations.

JIm

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