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  1. jose santos

    C500 woes

    Hi. Experienced shooter, new to the C500. Got a couple things going goofy. Help please: Multiple versions of same clip on CF card. Not that important right now. "Proper" exposures IE 70-ish% IRE on caucasian faces result in quite bright images. NOT clipped, but NOT actually overexposed, just overexposed looking. Ditto And the killer is very important: Apparent exposure fluctuations associated with subject movement in the frame. The interviewee raises his hands, waves them around, and bam, the image dims. Like a very fast auto iris or auto ISO kicking in. It's not flicker, but clearly tied to subject movement. Spoke to Canon Cinema support. They're having to research. Thank you!
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