When I tested the „pre-Merrill“ SD1, I realized that its sensor perceives the colors mentioned in the title more greenish than I do. As I later found out, this is partly due to the automatic white balance, which tends to have a green cast with the SD1, SD1M and DP2M. But even if the white balance is 100% correct, which is considerably more often the case with the DP3M and DP2Q, both colors are shown in a greenish way. This either means that Foveons of the last two generations “see” these colors differently due to their hardware, or the software (JPF-Engine/SPP) interprets the data from the three layers accordingly. Be that as it may, since there is no possibility of editing individual colors in SPP, you have to fall back on Lightroom after having exported the X3Fs as 16 bit TIFFs from SPP. Fortunately, the deviation is relatively constant, which makes the solution relatively easy. In most cases it suffices to adjust the hue of the color yellow to -25. In extreme cases, as with the following Pekinese, only -45 for yellow and +5 for orange lead to the desired result.