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    Not sure if this has been asked and answered already. But is it just me does either IPP2 or Standard OLPF have a greenish tint to it more than the others. I feel like when I use the Standard OLPF my footage seems a little greener.
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    Seems like a white balance (and/or tint adjustment) issue. Can you post a couple of .R3D frames please?
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    Do you have that issue with daylight on location or by using any specific light.
    I noticed that a lot LED lights, special cheeper brands have the tendency to go more green.
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    Like Neil stated above, a .R3D or two would help identify any possible problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rand thompson View Post
    Like Neil stated above, a .R3D or two would help identify any possible problem.
    How do I upload a R3d it keeps saying file upload fail
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    Azzie,


    try wetransfer or dropbox, upload the file and copy the link for those files here

    Try weTransfer for big files.


    https://wetransfer.com/


    And Dropbox for smaller files.


    https://www.dropbox.com/register
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    My Epic-W is definitely leaning towards green in the blacks. Especially noticable starting at 800iso and above.

    Also noticed a funny thing happen the other day. I have my blackshade calibrations set to auto. During one of the automatic calibration switches, the tint shifted slightly. Not the actually tint values, just what I see with my eyes. Weird.
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    Yeah, I have to run minimum -6 tint on everything I shoot, so that's where it starts while I'm shooting. Even that's not enough sometimes though.
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    Strangely enough, the skintone OLPF has more of a green tint on skin than the “standard”.
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    I'v always felt that my Helium/standard OLPF had more green than normal. I used to just put my tint to around -6. But for a while I've been using the Omeneo Primers/LUTS and they correct quite a bit of my Helium footage.
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