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Old 01-01-2017, 12:09 PM
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The last time I shot a green screen with my C300, I was having trouble getting my green screen to actually look green on the screen. It looked more aqua or teal. I tried a few picture profiles. I settled on OFF. I ended up lighting the screen tungsten and the subjects daylight (weird, but it worked). Is this some sort of problem with Canons? Maybe its my particular green screen (sort of a fuzzy latex material)? I have another green screen shoot this week and I'm wondering if I should just bring my EX3 instead, but I want to give the client the better recording quality.
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Old 01-03-2017, 07:37 AM
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Interesting. Did you use an external monitor with the flip out screen?

I have had experiences where the green looks a little off(slightly toward blue/real) but the flesh tones were spot on. Went with it and it turned out fine. External monitor was more green than camera screen.
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http://www.cinematography.net/edited...n%20Shoot.html
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Old 01-05-2017, 07:19 AM
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WoodenCamera just launched a new website and one of their landing page photos is a green screen shoot. And the camera's screen shows a very non green image.

That's obviously not a technical comment. But the content is timely.
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