2 Select the desired mode with v/V on the multi-selector, then make fine adjustments with b/B, if
• Adjusting toward + increases the color temperature and the image turns reddish. Adjusting toward -
decreases the color temperature and the image turns paler.
Select the desired mode
AWB (Auto WB)
(Custom 1 – 3/Custom
• You can substitute the Fn (Function) button for the WB (White Balance) button (page 30).
You can set the white balance using a color temperature.
Based on using the set color temperature as the standard, the color can be compensated from G
(Green) to M (Magenta) just like using a CC (Color Compensation) filter for photography.
• When setting the color temperature measured by the color meter, test shooting is recommended before the
actual photo is taken.
Adjusts the white balance automatically.
Adjusts for outdoors, sunlit subjects (+3 to –3).
Adjusts for shady conditions on a clear day (+3 to –3).
Adjusts for a cloudy sky (+3 to –3).
Adjusts for incandescent lighting or video light such as at
photography studios (+3 to –3).
Adjusts for fluorescent lighting (+4 to –2).
Adjusts for flash condition (+3 to –3).
See the following page.
Uses the custom white balance. See page 63.
Adjust the color temperature
: The default setting)