E50 - green tinge to recordings?

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  1. Desk

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    Have any other DMR-E50 owners detected a slight green tinge to their recordings?

    I'm not talking about a majorly noticeable problem, but when comparing a DVD-R recording from an RGB source to the original material on my Sky+ system I'd swear that the colour on the copy is marginally cooler, with more of a greenish hue.

    I also noticed this when I was briefly in possession of a Philips 880, and wonder if it might be a common element in DVD recorders, or possibly the result of using rather basic scart leads to connect up my equipment.

    Any ideas gratefully received.

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  2. kenfowler3966

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    I have always thought the recordings on my hs2 had a green tinge as well.
     
  3. mike5

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    Yes your correct there is a slight green affect with recordings. Ive noticed that with recordings ive done on my Panny E50.
    Doesn"t bother me though its barely noticable.
     
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    Got mine yesterday. :clap: :clap: :clap:
    The colour balance is slightly cool, though not greenish. Very happy overall.
     

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