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    Hi... anyone noe how impt it is to use a colour corrected light box? I am looking for light box and loupe and I wonder if it is really impt to get a colour corrected light box coz the colour corrected one cost at least twice as much...

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    Errm..so no one knows?

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    Individual preference. See if you can live with slightly off colours when viewing your slides.

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    ok...thanks... but is the colour very bad on the non colour corrected slide?

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    I can't answer that for you. Your personal preference, like I said.

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    I read somewhere on the internet that our eyes have "auto white balance", so it's not utterly crucial. "Daylight" flourescent at 6000K-6500K will also do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nikonian Foo
    I read somewhere on the internet that our eyes have "auto white balance", so it's not utterly crucial. "Daylight" flourescent at 6000K-6500K will also do.
    "auto white balance" No lar, our eyes will accomodate to the difference. so we ignore the difference between say 5000K to 7000K easily after a few minutes.

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