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    Default Use of FL filters in taking X-rays films

    Just wondering if I still have to use FL filters to take X-rays films off the flourescent box as most digital cameras have the ability to change the white balance settings.

    Will I be able to PS the picture after taking it if I leave the white balance on auto?

    Thanks for your help.
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    Default Re: Use of FL filters in taking X-rays films

    Quote Originally Posted by eng_keow
    Just wondering if I still have to use FL filters to take X-rays films off the flourescent box
    FL filters are used to improve colour reproduction. X-ray films are monochrome (please correct me if I'm wrong), so using these filters is pretty pointless.

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