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What are the white balance modes available with the camera?

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The following White balance settings are available for the A1: AUTO, Preset (Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Shade, Cloudy, Flash and Custom1 to 3) The following slight adjustment is possible: * At setting Daylight, Tungsten, Shade, Cloudy and Flash: +3 to -3 (one unit is approximately equal to a 10 mired shift.) *At fluorescent lamp setting: equivalent to 7 fluorescent lamp(3 -wavelength colored fluorescent bulb, 3 wavelength white fluorescent lamp, 3 -wavelength neutral white fluorescent lamp, 3-wavelength daylight fluorescent lamp, white fluorescent, neutral white fluorescent, daylight fluorescent lamp)

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What are the white balance modes available with the camera?

The following White balance settings are available for the A2: AUTO, Preset (Daylight, Tungsten, Fluorescent, Shade, Cloudy, Flash and Custom1 to 3) The following slight adjustment is possible: * At setting Daylight, Tungsten, Shade, Cloudy and Flash: +3 to -3 (one unit is approximately equal to a 10 mired shift.) *At fluorescent lamp setting: equivalent to 7 fluorescent lamp(3 -wavelength colored fluorescent bulb, 3-wavelength white fluorescent lamp, 3-wavelength neutral white fluorescent lamp, 3-wavelength daylight fluorescent lamp, white fluorescent, neutral white fluorescent, daylight fluorescent lamp)
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