☉ What is the difference between the “Visual
Color” and the “Absolute Color” in
The photo colors taken with the “Visual Color Position” and the “Absolute Color Position” are quite different from each other. The “Visual Color” is the color that we are familiar with our naked eyes in daily life; while, the “Absolute Color” is more close to the color revealed under the standard lighting environments, such as under the 6500K lighting in photo studio for example, free of tinted effect. Please select which color position to use with to meet your photographic needs.
Digital Cameras come out with color cast photo frequently. These color cast photo is the result of the camera color temperature calculation errors. These colors are neither “Visual Color” nor “Absolute Color”. It is simply in wrong color!
Visual Color Absolute Color