Nikon D7000 White Balance Issue


wallpaper

New Member
Apr 14, 2003
145
0
0
41
sengkang
Visit site
#1
Hi fellow Nikonians,

I just bought a D7000 and realise the camera exhibit brown banding white balance issue in fluorescent lighting as seen in the pics below.

The problem goes away when I use studio strobes and when the shutter speed goes down to 1/50.

Anybody here who experienced the same problem? Thanks in advance for the advice. :)

 

Ouverture

Senior Member
Jan 19, 2009
2,195
0
0
#2
wallpaper said:
Hi fellow Nikonians,

I just bought a D7000 and realise the camera exhibit brown banding white balance issue in fluorescent lighting as seen in the pics below.

The problem goes away when I use studio strobes and when the shutter speed goes down to 1/50.

Anybody here who experienced the same problem? Thanks in advance for the advice. :)
That is caused by having a shutter speed higher than 1/50s as it captures all the different bands of color emitted from the flourescent lights as they operates at 50-60hz.
 

wallpaper

New Member
Apr 14, 2003
145
0
0
41
sengkang
Visit site
#3
That is caused by having a shutter speed higher than 1/50s as it captures all the different bands of color emitted from the flourescent lights as they operates at 50-60hz.
I see, does it happen with all dslrs or just this batch of D7000?
 

soeypixels

Senior Member
Jun 24, 2007
1,477
0
36
#6
OT abit
TS are u using the data tale ONNTO raid? any reviews.. can pm me :)
 

Top Bottom