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One touch white balance

I followed the directions to register a more precise white balance. How many can you register and once registered how do you acess them, so you know which one you are using? The manual says the registered white balnce is stored in camera as a "preset" WB setting(where in menu is that?) and that turning off the power does not erase them. So 2 questions: Once registered, how do you acess them and if you want to delete how do you do that.

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White balance... you can go through the white balance menu and change the custom to whatever temperature you want... camera 1, wb, cwb, right to change temp. you can also change the red and green on the presets by pressing right at each preset temperature.

now if you are using one touch wb, then put the wb on one touch, then in camera ready hold in the one touch button and press the shutter button while pointing to white or gray card. this is stored as one touch until one touch is done again or the camera is reset. turning off camera will not reset the custom wb.

so to access your stored one touch put wb on one touch because this stores that last white balance done

Posted on Sep 23, 2008

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