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I'd say maybe try a gradient map layer with a dark gray as the lower colour and an average green-yellow (or pink-red for some pictures, like the two leftmost ones) as the upper colour, then play with the opacity, maybe 10 to 20%. I'm not able to check right now, I'll try it later and update the answer with more precise values.
Very, unlikely, unfortunately, without a update to your image manager. If the chips are of different generations or types (CMOS vs CCD), the data is typically recorded with different RGB primaries, mask pixels and other data. If the chips are the same, manufacturers still sometimes make changes in how the sensor is used to improve noise quality, or some of ...
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