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This fault is caused by many factors such as the brightness, gray, chroma, and saturation of the image, and the white balance processing capability of the camera.
In order to correct the colors of photographed objects in different ambient viewing conditions, you need to correct the colors used by cameras, reaching the appropriate color balance.
As white objects reflect all visible spectrums, they are used as the adjustment standard. In the manual white balance setting, the white balance mechanism will try to adjust all the tones except white in a certain scope to pure white. If the color that is adjusted is yellow, the white balance operation will intensify the blue tone to weaken the yellow tone, obtaining a more natural color. If only the color of photographed white objects is restored to the real white, you can restore all other colors in the same light condition. This is called white balance adjustment.
Step 1 If the white balance has problems, put a piece of pure white paper in the monitoring area of the camera to cover the entire image that is monitored. Then set the white balance parameters properly.
Step 2 If the image has the problems such as abnormal brightness, reset the brightness, tone, saturation, and contrast of the image on the Monitor image setting interface.