White balance issues

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In this example it would. In almost all your nature photography it would. In most of your travel photography it would. And if you often shoot in different lighting situations, it only takes about few minutes to create a profile that each light situation (i.e. incandescent, tungstren, etc.)

I'm glad it works for you. I tried it and I still prefer my method of adjusting on the fly, especially with the Z cameras where I can see in advance what I'm going to get.

In the comparison I started two days ago, I made no attempt to match colors visually. I just assumed that by setting both cameras to the same Kelvin temperature setting in advance I would get the same results. It was a learning experience.
 

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I'm glad it works for you. I tried it and I still prefer my method of adjusting on the fly, especially with the Z cameras where I can see in advance what I'm going to get.

In the comparison I started two days ago, I made no attempt to match colors visually. I just assumed that by setting both cameras to the same Kelvin temperature setting in advance I would get the same results. It was a learning experience.
Absolutely. There are a lot of ways to adjust color. Just be aware that you are adjusting color to your eyes, not to a measured color. Hot water can be 110° - or what is hot to the person in the spa! LOL! Stress less and shoot more! ;)
 
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