Nope. When you use ‘night

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Nope.

When you use ‘night mode’ all the camera is doing is removing the color info and devoting more emphasis to the luminance and chrominance (light & dark) signals. The ‘green’ color is to make it easier for you to see the differences because the image has so much contrast. So the color info is gone.

The best you can do is do a color correction (I guess SVMS can do that) and remove the green making it a B&W flick. Otherwise, your Christmas play will be forever ‘Grinch Green’. Next time check your settings before you shoot. Don’t feel bad. Pro’s sometimes make similar mistakes too!

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