Canon 5D MK III User Manual (en)

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You can adjust white balance, in the same way as operating from the 
camera.
1
Click [WB SHIFT].
The [WB SHIFT] window appears.
2
Click the compensation position.
The settings are applied to the camera.
3
Click [Return].
The display returns to the [Shooting menu].
To revert the corrected values to the original values, follow the 
procedure in step 2.
Adjusting White Balance and Applying to the Camera
Displays the 
compensation 
value
Compensates 
amber
Compensates 
magenta
Compensates 
green
Compensates 
blue
You can register lens aberration correction/peripheral illumination 
correction data for the lens to the camera, or delete registered data from 
the camera.
For cameras where [Lens aberration correction] is displayed in the 
[Shooting menu], data is registered or deleted for lens peripheral 
illumination correction, distortion correction, and chromatic aberration 
correction. (Data for distortion correction and chromatic aberration 
correction is used during RAW processing on the camera.)
For cameras where [Peripheral illumin. correct.] is displayed in the menu, 
only lens peripheral illumination correction data is registered or deleted.
1
Click [Lens aberration correction] or [Peripheral 
illumin. correct.].
The [Register lens aberration correction data] window or 
[Register peripheral illumination correction data] window 
appears. Lenses for which correction data is registered in the 
camera are displayed with a check mark.
Window names that appear and data to be registered in the 
camera differ depending on the camera. However, the following 
steps are the same.
Registering Lens Aberration Correction/Peripheral 
Illumination Correction Data for the Lens in the Camera
1D X
1D Mk IV 5D Mk III 5D Mk II
7D
60D
50D
REBELT4i
650D
REBELT3i
600D
REBELT2i
550D
REBELT1i
500D
REBELT3 1100D
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