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Old Dec 9, 2004, 2:57 PM   #11
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Set the white balance to pre, press the white balance button and pre should flash in the top display, point the camera at a white card filling the frame as much as possible and press the shutter release. If it's worked the word good should come up in the display. You have now set the white balance to the ambient conditions and your shots should have a good colour balance.
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Will that PRE stay tuned to that color temp until changed to another PRE setting? OR will it vanish if you set the WB to Cloudy (or somthing).

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thanks. will try that soon.
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Grinder wrote:
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Will that PRE stay tuned to that color temp until changed to another PRE setting? OR will it vanish if you set the WB to Cloudy (or somthing).
it sticks
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