I've played around with a variety of F/stop and ISO settings, and still seem to be getting this problem.
Basically, I have a painted metal object, kind of shiny, like Rustoleum or powder coating for those of you who know what that is, and I am turning it on a lazy susan.
That camera is on a tripod, and I am approxinately 10-15 feet away from the camera.
When I turn the object on the lazy susan, the video brightness and color shifts and fluctuates. I can't seem to find a setting that keeps it consistently the same whenever anything moves in front of the lens.
on Jun 5, 2015 at 11:44:16 pm Last Edited By Steve Crow on Jun 5, 2015 at 11:45:02 pm
I am wondering if what you are seeing is a moire pattern because the paint actually has some texture to it that the camera is trying to resolve but can't. Post an example clip for us to check it out..Just an idea.