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    For White balance also noticed that for precise ajutment the way to go is gray card, no matter if is indoor or outdoor, but yes we have to say that this códec is way superior to the MP4.


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    You use a gray card with your hmc40?
    Any particular recommendation?

    I recently shot a low light indoor wedding by myself using 5 cameras (hmc150, hck10/hmc40, uck20, action cams .
    Was too dark that manual WB failed so I set cameras on 3200k since the lights were tungsten.
    The cameras looked WAY different. Going to take a lot of post color work. Some were AVCHD and some were mp4.


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    Yes when difficult a well calibrated graycard Works great, This one is very good.
    https://www.amazon.com/Lightdow-Bala...words=GRAYCARD


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    Thank you Felipe. I am going to buy one of those


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