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Color and digital photos are a mess- you can make a blue car grey and a red car purple... Someone wants to make the piuctures 'pop' and dials up the saturation and next thing you know the carbon black is looking navy...

It is a hugely complex issue in publishing - how to calibrate every link in the process so the picture the photog sees on HIS computer is the same as the reader sees in a magazine....

Someone else was asking about the oxford green- a picture cannot relay the real life color. If it is critical you MUST see it in person.

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I think you're right..

when I saw that color, I thought it was some BMW individual color but I didn't read about that in the description. :)

Like other have mentioned as well, it could be the lighting and the way the picture was taken...that give an illussion of different color.


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