#10. "RE: seems Nikon does have fix for green tint on LCD screen of the D800" In response to In response to 6
>One thing I find is that the tint of an image will change on >the LCD based on whether the camera is set to Adobe RGB or >sRGB. If you make an identical shot in Adobe RGB and then >sRGB, you'll see the image shift from slightly green to a more >neutral tone. Since I shoot raw and my raw processor uses the >color space default I've set in it rather than the camera, I >leave my D800 (and D4 - same behavior) set to sRGB.
Rick: I hope things are going well post Image Doctors. I do definitely have the green cast and do use Adobe rgb. I use LightRoom to import images and can't change color space from s RGB to Adobe rgb. Since the Green Tint only appears on the camera LCD and not my calibrated MAC monitor, why change anyway. Unless you want to have the true color on LCD.
Is there a way to get LR to do what your raw processor does? What RAW convertor do you use? I know you mentioned it on the podcasts but I forgot.