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Cameras Color Accuracy Test
  • SONY A7 III

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    SONY A7R III

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    FUJIFILM X-E3

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    LEICA CL

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    SONY A9

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    FUJIFILM X-H1

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    PANASONIC GH5S

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    NIKON D850

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    CANON EOS M50

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    PENTAX K-1 MARK II

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    CANON 6D MARK II

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    PANASONIC G9

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    OLYMPUS E-M10 MARK III

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    FUJIFILM X-T100

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    https://www.pdnonline.com/gear/cameras/the-best-cameras-for-color-reproduction-ranked/

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  • Canon, Nikon, Sony and Fuji Color Science Poll. It seems as though the more accurate the color, the more participants liked it.

  • @G3550D

    This software is also very useful if you need to make more subtle and advanced color grading, as none of video editors or plugins have tools that it offers.

  • @Vitaliy_Kiselev Thanks for that. I'm not in the market for buying the 3dlutcreator software but I found their site interesting and the tutorials were excellent.

  • @Azo

    I think in reality as I'll change slightly light color temperature, angles and such it can be different.

  • @Vitaliy_Kiselev Thank you very intresting that the Sony A7III ranked number 1.

  • @G3550D

    Get https://3dlutcreator.com/ after this get proper chart and each camera will be as perfect as you want.

    If can match them perfectly.

  • Reminds me how pleased I was with what, to my eye, appeared to be a big shift towards more accurate colour when I went from a Canon T2i to a Lumix GH2. This is useful information but not easy to absorb at a glance - though at least on PV you have grouped the charts closer together by removing the redundant pics of the cameras. Would be nice to see a single matrix for each camera with colour grouped by wavelength and with a diagonal line across each cell so that in one half there could be a (possibly) monochrome measure of the error.