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Digital camera setting for Quantary eBox Studio lighting?

I have a Kodak digital camera and a Quantaray eBox Studio. For the life of me, I can't figure out which light source to set in my camera...or even where to set it. In P mode, I can go to White Balance and choose Auto, Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescenty, or Open Shade...but whatever I've done with the camera, I can't seem to get true subject color.

Any suggestions?

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  • Wordworker Apr 29, 2008

    Thanks for the advice. But I just did a session with the camera on the P setting and White Balance set to tungsten, using the eBox lamps for a light source, and the colour came out true. Far crisper focus, too.



    Thanks, again.



    -Wordworker

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Not all light sources are absolutely accurate unless you are in profrofessonal studio conditions, and the lighting has been set up using colour and intensity references with proper metering.

I would suggest to use the camera in the auto mode for the colour ballance.

If the camera colour ballance is unacceptable when compared to another camera under the same conditions, then the camera obviously needs to be serviced.

Jerry G.



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