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4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Colour tone Settings

Adjusting the White Balance

Applicable modes:
White Balance adjusts the colour of white according to the light source to make the overall
colour hue closer to what is seen by the eye.
1
Press [
].
2
Rotate the rear dial or front dial to select the
White Balance.
• Setting can also be performed by rotating the control
dial.
Adjusting the White Balance automatically
• Under lighting such as incandescent lighting where reddish tones may
[AWB]/
[AWBc]
• [AWB] and [AWBc] apply the same tones under light sources where
[V]
When taking pictures outdoors under a clear sky
[Ð]
When taking pictures outdoors under a cloudy sky
[î]
When taking pictures outdoors in the shade
[Ñ]
When taking pictures under incandescent lights
[
]
¢
When taking pictures with the flash only
¢ [AWB] is applied when you record motion picture or perform recording with the 6K/4K
Photo or Post Focus function.
occur:
– With [AWB], reddish tones are maintained to reproduce the ambience of
the scene more accurately.
– With [AWBc], reddish tones are suppressed to reproduce the original
colours of the subject more accurately. The same tones as [AWB] may
be applied in a bright environment.
reddish tones may not occur.
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