I'd like to see a REAL color photograph at some point and not something they recolored after...
and real video footage as opposed to footage put together from still images
There's no such thing as "real color photography" actually. Any color camera only approximates the color you see with your eyes, even old film cameras. Pick up any decent book and photography and you'll see mention of using filters to make things look more natural. With CCD cameras you're only counting photons. The detector itself can't tell a red photon from a blue photon, and it relies on an arrangement of band pass filters so that individual cells collect only a certain color range. So your point and shoot color CCD camera is like multiple black & white cameras with different color filters. The Wide Angle Camera (WAC) on LRO has 5 visual band filters and 2 ultraviolet band filters. They bands can be put together to give a "color" image. Even when you look at one of these color images you'll still see the gray Moon, so it's not very exciting visually. However, the response at different frequencies is very useful to scientists in determining properties of the imaged area.
As for video footage... egads! Nevermind that "real video" actually IS a series of still images, we have a firehose of data to deal with right now!
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