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Thread: Grainy orange - low light canon eos 650d

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    Default Grainy orange - low light canon eos 650d

    Hi, I am a midrange between novice and knowing part if what I'm doing.

    I have a canon eos 650d with a silent 18-135 lens.

    When filming in low light (evening disco etc) it always looks grainy and orange looking.

    Help please.

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    Could you post an example video?

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    Will do, I'll upload once I get home.

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    Do you use white cards for manual white balancing?

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    Probably working on auto and the camera pushed iso to over 6 thousand??

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    My first thoughts are tungsten lighting and high ISO due to low light levels. You have a tungsten lighting selection on your 650D..
    Stills photographer dabbling in video.

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