As I wrote you off-list, I too have occasional issue with the white balance of
my GX80 files. Since I shoot RAW it is easy to fix, but still annoying. I put
up with it because of the many virtues of this camera.
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> On 10 May 2020, at 21:32, Ken Norton <ken@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Seeking help from the "Collective".
> I'm not sure if it's a result of an Adobe update or a camera setting
> or changed expectations, but I'm running into a problem with my GX85
> files. Please keep in mind that I'm a CC user, and that's my chosen
> work environment.
> The White Balance in CC is too magenta-red in my images. Of course,
> auto WB in Lightroom is going to be VERY warm, but this isn't that.
> It's like there is a reddish tint to the images even when I select
> "Daylight". Silkypix seems more neutral, but then I run into other
> The other thing I'm encountering, and it appears to be converter
> independent, is that I'm not getting rich colors in standard daylight
> like the other cameras. Sunny day pictures have the appearance of
> about a full stop of overexposure even though they aren't. Blue skies
> are just going light blue and buried in the haze. The comparative is
> that I'm using a polarizer on the other cameras and letting this one
> be au natural.
> It's as though....
> Input anyone?
> AG Schnozz
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