u are right 2100.. :thumbsup: i always use "Pre" setting to recognise the different condition.. veli nice WB..2100 said:Just train up and use manual WB to recognise the different conditions. Very easy and you can even get a rough idea on the LCD. I don't think serious users use auto WB.
Welcome to the world of SLRs. Manual could be a joy you know?
The translucent Pringles can doesn't work well. Sometimes it causes a blue cast. Seems to work in certain situations. But those Philips power saving blubs seem to cause havoc.CAMEDIA said:No need Expodisc. A cheap option is to try a pringles cap or something similar. I am using my Nikon Polarizer II casing. Works very well for me. Juz another option u can explore. Let me know if u like the results.
What happens, well it wrecks havoc, that's what happens for auto. If you do take events, most times you'd notice that for an environment that is lit by tungsten lighting and you use pics, the flash would look an unnatural blue if it hits hotspots on the face or spectacles reflecting the flash back.dementate said:What happens if you have many light sources some have a yellow cast, some blue (or tungsten)?