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    Default white balance of film?

    has this been discussed before? some shots turn out with a colour cast.

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    Default Re: white balance of film?

    Originally posted by yeppie99
    has this been discussed before? some shots turn out with a colour cast.
    Your normal Daylight film is balanced to Daylight. Tungsten film is balanced to Tungsten (not quite normal incandescent bulbs but studio hot lights).

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    Default Re: Re: white balance of film?

    Originally posted by ckiang


    Your normal Daylight film is balanced to Daylight. Tungsten film is balanced to Tungsten (not quite normal incandescent bulbs but studio hot lights).

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    what is an example of a tungsten film?

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    Default Re: Re: Re: white balance of film?

    Originally posted by yeppie99


    what is an example of a tungsten film?
    Fujichrome 64T Type II Professional (RTPII)
    Kodak Ektachrome 160T Professional (EPT)

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