David Kilpatrick wrote:Look at the density of the shadows - the A700 pix is flash only, the A900 is flash plus ambient light, there's much more light in the shadows indicating a different balance of flash to ambient.
Greg Beetham wrote:As David said, different exposure, flash/ambient balance. Slower shutter speed = more ambient light got into the mix as compared to the camera with the faster shutter speed...that's probably a big part of the difference between them.
Did you check if the ISO value was the same in both, and colour settings the same in both as well? those would have to also be the same for comparison purposes.
ps I see the blue edges on the old flower in the bottom right of the A900 shot, which leads me too think that the actual colour of the edges is really blue-ish anyway.
I believe that the flash metering is quite different because the area metered is very different. the distance is the same, but the camera sees through the lens - thus the different coverage may well lead to different exposure.
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