The Colors On My Cameras Appear Inaccurate. Black Objects Appear Blue, etc.

Depending on what type of cameras you are working with, color saturation distortion is often normal behavior. If the camera has a CMOS sensor instead of a CCD sensor, the camera's color detection will be effected by the texture of an item more so than the actual color of the item.
For example; a black wool shirt may appear as black while a silk black shirt would appear as purple.
Another common issue is that grass and trees will appear purple. This is a result of the way that the camera's motherboard interprets the item's texture.
Unfortunately there is no settings fix for this issue. The only way to get a better picture would be to replace the cameras with cameras that have a CCD image sensor in them.
Tags: camera, ccd, cmos, color, image, sensor
Last update:
2013-08-20 23:30
Alex Crewell
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