Originally Posted by Ken Ross
Wow! On my screen there was a big difference between the beginning clips and when he used MWB. The sky went from a bluish-green to a natural blue.
Hey, I am not saying you are wrong, but just taking a look. I spent a minute looking at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9k0oQHIdxY
What I observed, from pausing it and comparing various scenes, is that if you look at1 second and compared to 46 seconds
, that the blue is slightly changed, but not really in a green/blue way. Rather, the entire scene is brighter at 1 second.
If you look at the buildings, streets, etc, everything looks darker at 46 seconds, despite the shadows appearing to remain the same. However, it could be that a cloud has covered the sun and caused for the darker appearance.
In addition, I compared 3 seconds to 42 seconds
, and I do see some change, but not anything that is really striking, or that could not possibly be explained due to change in cloud cover? More so than blue/green I would say that the auto is slightly more blown at 3 seconds, and maybe the blue seems slightly fainter... similar to the observations above that the entire scene seems darker in manual mode. Either way, on my screen it is certainly not as significant as some of the past TM700 clips I have seen!