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Has blue in areas of low light

When trying to film blue areas are filling the screen (seems to be because of shadow). The only setting that seems to change it is the ae setting to +2.0.. But that still does not cure it completely??

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Under what conditions are you filming inside or out might be a white balance. Please write some more information we hope to find an answer.

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Add light or increase gain incrementally( gain=grain ). The unit is not known for low light finesse. Few in that chip range are.

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SERIES OF EVOLUTIONARY TRANSFORMATIONS, ONE OF WHICH IS
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