« on: December 20, 2014, 04:43:22 PM »
I think Neuro is right.Yes, it's the color temp of the lights changing (flicker). Enter the anti-flicker feature of the 7DII...Or use slower shutter speeds such as 1/125.
Yes, that would work great for couches and walls, and people posing for shots. Not so good for kids running around.
When I got the 7D2, one of the things I had to try was the anti-flicker mode. With it turned on, the burst were all the same brightness and the same colours.... when I turned it off, the brightness and white balance was all over the place....
So it actually worked? Were those in raw or in .jpg? I guess that is a feature we can look forward to in the 5d mk4... not enough to get my checkbook out... but I'm interested.