Well guys, what can I say.
Here's the before with a 100W cheapy standard light bulb
And here's the 20W supposedly 100W equivalent General Electric Eco from your local tesco.
Both pictures were taken on the default settings in amcap, i.e. after clicking on reset.
The colour is a little washed out, but then it is the default settings. It's one hell of a lot better than in natural daylight or under cheapy lightbulbs.
It you check the picture of the railway wagon on the previous page, it doesn't even look green in natural daylight, it looks brown and under the cheapy lightbulb above.........
If I wanted to be a little picky, I'd say that the energy saver bulb is pushing the reds into the orange part of the spectrum. I'll try a bit of tweaking. At least it can now see green.
This does look like proof that the boys at msi concentrated too much on infra red capture at the expense of normal operation.
I thought I'd add these as a further example of the vast difference depending on the light source.
Dark Grey/Black woollen hat taken under cheapy light buld
And taken under eco light bulb
I assure you that the 2 pictures are of the SAME hat.