Zero White Balance Filter

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  • Custom White Balance

Setting up Custom White Balance is to rectify original automatic white balance function of digital camera.
By using Custom White Balance Adjustment, users can get more precise color distribution.
Furthermore, by using Custom White Balance, a user’s camera can distributes appropriate RGB (Red, Green, Blue) in order to create neutral gray, artificially.
As a result, the camera can display enormous variety of color resources with micro-precise color distribution.

  •  Correct Exposure

Setting Custom White Balance with correct exposing is essential. otherwise, correct white balance adjusting can not be expected.
The best way to guarantee the most correct exposure is to set Automatic Exposure Mode such as “P”, “S”, “A” modes or to set “M” mode with precise exposure meter.

  • How to set Custom White Balance

Place Zero WB Filter in front of your camera lens. In order to get the best result, place as close as possible. Set the exposure mode as “AE” Mode, and shoot after adjusting focus-point manually. After that, select or save this exposure or captured image for the custom white balance. You must set different custom white balance for different light.

  • How to use Zero WB Filter

▶ To point toward the illuminant (#1):
First, you should find the light which illuminates the subject.
Put Zero WB Filter on the lens and point it to the main light source.

▶ To point toward the subject :
Place Zero WB Filter on the lens and point it to the subject.

DO NOT point toward the subject which is illuminated by the backlight, if the color of ambient light is not as same as the light that illuminates the subject. In this case, please point toward the light that illuminates the front of the subject in order to expect better result of color-cast.

▶ To point toward the illuminant (#2):
First, you should find the light which illuminates the subject.
Stand on same position of the subject.
Put Zero WB Filter on the lens and point it to the main light source.

DO NOT expose your camera to the direct light when Zero WB Filter is NOT
being installed. It can damage your camera’s image sensor.
Please check the tips below that provide you detail information
on some lighting conditions.

 

▶Artificial Lights
ㆍMono light
Point the camera toward the illuminant or point the camera toward the subject.

ㆍFlash / Bounce Flash
Point the camera and the flash toward the subject
(DO NOT balance toward the bounce surface such as ceiling).

ㆍ Combined light (Multi illuminants)
With multi illuminants such as outdoor photographing, point the camera toward the
general lights or toward the subject.In fact, brighter illuminant brings better result.

▶Natural Lights
ㆍSunlight
Put Zero WB Filter on the lens and point the camera toward the sunlight.

ㆍSunrise & Sunset.
If you balance toward the warm-light such as sunrise & sunset,
it neutralizes the warmth of the light.
You can get the best result by the balancing with the brightest light source
among the lights.

ㆍOutdoor Shade
Point the lens of your camera toward the subject, having illuminant behind you.

ㆍOn cloudy Day
Point the lense of your camera toward the subject, having illuminant behind you.