Just shot some footage on my Canon T2i this AM at the park down the road here in Tucson and I uploaded what I did here:
At this writing, it’s still in queue to be processed so it could be about 45 min or so before it’s actually ready. Notice the 2 clip partials – one is shot with the ProLost picture style built from the one described on Stu’s site for the 5D I think. The other uses the default Landscape picture style. As you can also see, I have “corrected versions” of both. The Landscape was probably pretty good on its own, but the corrected ProLost looks closer to what I actually shot.
Now, notice in the water in the shadow areas – you’ll see colorful flashes. It’s far more pronounced in the Landscape version than the ProLost. There are obvious focus issues in the ProLost footage, too.
Are the colorful flashes just my machine, a problem with the DSLR sensor (moving horizontal lines), an issue with strong backlighting AND the DSLR sensor, or is it just me? Can this be corrected in-camera with a better picture style? Finally, for those that use picture styles, what do you use?
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