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Old Feb 17, 2005, 6:13 PM   #2
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You have the ability to use the degrees Kelvin WB setting on your 20D.

I use it a lot. Trouble is - unless you have a meter to read - you have to use the old brain/eye to estimate the rating.

I use bright [email protected] about 5400-5600K

Bright [email protected] 6200-7000K

But you will have to mess around with it. Funny thing is thhat a LOT of people don't even know what Kelvin temperature is.

Also keep in mind if you move from sun to shade K temp changes drastically. Kick it back to AWB which is pretty darned good most of the time.

Let me know what you find out with your camera.

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