Wave-Freefly Hi Speed Camera
You’re thinking about black shading, not black balance. Black balance will just make sure black is black. Black shading is about eliminating noise and fixed patterns.
From: cml-raw-log-hdr@... <cml-raw-log-hdr@...> on behalf of Andrew Boulter via cml.news <andrew=andrewboulter.com@...>
Yes, sorry about the examples, they are not great, here’s one more, I have increased the brightness and raised the shadow areas just to so you can see the pattern. I hasten to add this is only to see the lines, forget the colours etc. One of my thoughts was that its to do with a black balance, which isn’t possible, I then thought perhaps the temperature of the sensor might be an issue, I know when shooting Phantom some techs have told me they want the camera to ‘warm up”
My main question is , what is producing the pattern, obviously the sensor, but what part of it and why?
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