White Balance in Beta 14 (4280b4c)


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jrock
White Balance in Beta 14 (4280b4c)

LightZone gives a diferent temperature and Tint than Camera Raw ("as taken") do to my Sansung Nx1000 raws. Some examples:

In CR: 6200 +26    in LZ 6869 0

5550 +34                      6100 0

6150 +47                      5527 0

5650 +16                     62222 0

etc

hcremers
white balance differences

Could you share what your question is, or remark?

 

This statement alone doesn't mean a whole lot.

jrock
Hi, hcremers.

Hi, hcremers.

I think it was more a remark than a question. Let it know to the dev team to check it if they want.

If it's normal forget it. If it's not, and it happens to others, just take care of it.

Excuse me if I was unpolite. It's hard to me to write in english.

Thank you.

hcremers
no problem

No problem, i'm also not English.

 

Just wanted to get clarity what the intention was of your remark. Thanks for that.

Jacal
Not only LihtZone

I have looked at a sample photo from Imaging Resource; this is from the metadata:

---- MakerNotes ----

WB RGGB Levels Uncorrected      : 10400 4096 4096 6592
WB RGGB Levels Auto             : 10400 4096 4096 6592
WB RGGB Levels Illuminator 1    : 6101 4096 4096 12344
WB RGGB Levels Illuminator 2    : 11486 4096 4096 6028
WB RGGB Levels Black            : 0 0 0 0
Color Matrix                    : 430 -152 -22 -36 352 -60 4 -128 380
Color Matrix SRGB               : 430 -152 -22 -36 352 -60 4 -128 380
Color Matrix Adobe RGB          : 346 -76 -14 -16 332 -60 12 -150 394
Cb Cr Matrix Default            : 256 0 0 256
Cb Cr Matrix                    : 233 235 -218 524
Cb Cr Gain Default              : 3791 4024
Cb Cr Gain                      : 3359 3640
Tone Curve SRGB Default         : 11 0 94 204 350 530 858 1328 1640 2051 2691 4095 0 39 70 100 127 160 190 203 218 237 255
Tone Curve Adobe RGB Default    : 11 0 94 204 350 530 858 1328 1640 2051 2691 4095 0 39 70 100 127 160 190 203 218 237 255
Tone Curve SRGB                 : 11 0 94 204 350 530 858 1328 1640 2051 2691 4095 0 39 70 100 127 160 190 203 218 237 255
Tone Curve Adobe RGB            : 11 0 94 204 350 530 858 1328 1640 2051 2691 4095 0 39 70 100 127 160 190 203 218 237 255

 

Image editors interpret "as shot" temperature in different ways:

 

lightroom: 6100

zoner 16 (raw module, using adobe dng converter): 6101

zoner 16 (editor): 5600

cyberlink photodirector: 4995

rawtherapee: 5077

photivo: 5459

lightzone: 7076

 

The tint values being also different.

 

And yes, it is hard to me to write in English too.

 

Regards!

 

Mart