Question about Video Cameras
It has built in accelerometers that automatically adjust things even when you try to turn all automatic features off.
Make sure you turn the Auto Gain off. It does not matter what the gain switch is set to if the camera is in auto gain mode. It will ignore your switch setting.
If you have your lcd set to display camera information (zoom, iris, shutter speed, gain, timecode or user bits, etc.) and you do not see "0db" displayed on the screen, then the camera is in auto gain mode.
This could be causing the issue.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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