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The images are DNG, so they undergo processing by Adobe. Most likely, there is an auto white balance set (or another colour setting), and it can easily be inconsistent, esp. in such difficult conditions. Try to select all images and enforce a specific manual white balance and other settings, so that there were no 'auto' anywhere.

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