Vesku Posted December 13, 2016 Share Posted December 13, 2016 There are at least 3 ways to set WB. -Full auto WB -Choosing kelvin degree manually -Using (exposing) gray card and saving a WB preset Can I get the same result with manual kelvin degree than using auto WB or gray card? Does the camera AWB make additional adjustments for image color like green-red or blue-yellow adjustments so that it is impossible to get as good result by just setting manual kelvin degree. It is important to get right WB in video in the first place. It is also disturbing if the WB changes rapidly during a clip. A WB-lock would be nice if using AWB. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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