Samsung gx-1 User Manual (en)

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Setting the Recorded Pixels and Quality Level
ƈ The color of the subject changes with the light source. For example, the same white object will be a
different shade of white in daylight than under a light bulb. In cameras using film, this is adjusted by
changing the film or using filters. In digital cameras, the whiteness is adjusted using white balance.
The default setting is            (Auto).
Auto
Automatically adjusts the white balance. (About 4000 to 8000K)
Daylight
For use when taking pictures in sunlight. (About 5200K)
Shade
For use when taking pictures in the shade. (About 8000K)
Cloudy
For use when taking pictures on cloudy days. (About 6000K)
For use this when taking pictures under fluorescent lighting. Select the
type of fluorescent light, from W (white) (About 4200K), N (neutral white)
(About 5000K), and D (daylight) (About 6500K).
For use when taking pictures under light bulb or other tungsten light.
(About 2850K)
Flash
For use to take pictures using the built-in flash. (About 5400K)
For use when taking pictures by manually adjusting the white balance.
Fluorescent
Light
Tungsten Light
Manual
ſ The color temperature (K) is an estimate. This does not indicate precise colors.
ſ The white balance is adjusted based on preset values provided in the camera when set to
(Daylight),        (Shade),         (Cloudy),        (Fluorescent Light),        (Tungsten Light), or      (Flash).
ƃ Set [White Balance] in the Fn menu. (p.102)
ƃ Refer to p.113 for manual adjustment method.
ƃ White balance cannot be adjusted in Scene mode and           mode (p.45).
INFORMATION
Setting the White Balance
White Balance
Auto
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