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12 Oct 2012 6:03AM
Hi I have just splashed out on a 70-200 is usm lens, and on my first trial with it I was shocked to find that some of the shots were in black and white. My camera is set on adobe rgb, so am I doing something wrong or, Have I got a faulty lens?

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12 Oct 2012 7:33AM
Your name isn't Lucien is it?
peterjones e2
12 4.0k 1 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2012 7:40AM
The lens comes in two types: mono and colour, I hope that you haven't bought the mono version?
franken e2
12 3.3k 4 Wales
12 Oct 2012 8:13AM
Perhaps this is more helpful. The lens records light and the sensor in the camera records the colour. Are you shooting into the light as this can mute colours, Have you set the camera to shoot in black and white?

Ken
sherlob e2
8 2.4k 126 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2012 8:28AM
Perhaps post an example of your mono result?
peterjones e2
12 4.0k 1 United Kingdom
12 Oct 2012 9:09AM
just as helpful perhaps I suggest you may be shooting in camera JPEG and have set it to a black & white option? Otherwise my former post stands. Grin
12 Oct 2012 9:12AM
-mg-0112.jpg

If I bought the mono version surely I would not get any colour and I had my camera set on adobe RGB 1--mg-0112.jpg

I thought this was my mono image but as you see I don't know how to do it
12 Oct 2012 9:13AM
now I have sent it, it has appeared
12 Oct 2012 10:03AM
If you tell us what model of camera you own, then perhaps someone who owns the same model can check through their menus.
franken e2
12 3.3k 4 Wales
12 Oct 2012 10:11AM
You say that some of the shots are in black and white so I assume the others are in colour?

Ken
thewilliam e2
6 4.9k
12 Oct 2012 10:30AM
The example shots may well be shot in colour. Some subjects just look as if they're monochrome.
12 Oct 2012 11:18AM
my camera is a canon1100D the other shots are in colour and the example is one of a few and are definetely mono
Phoenix e2
13 1.9k
12 Oct 2012 5:31PM
Where did you take the photos in question ?

If it was in Northern England that may well explain it because as many Southerners will tell you we still don't have colour "Oop North"

Wink
12 Oct 2012 5:43PM
Ignore your current stock of photos. Do some new tests on different subjects and see if you can repeat the exercise.
12 Oct 2012 5:49PM

Quote:as many Southerners will tell you we still don't have colour "Oop North"



Nah, that's colour TV.
Heck, in some parts you haven't even got steam radio yet Tongue

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