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#1 Michael Collier

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Posted 16 January 2008 - 05:18 PM

After a lot of talk about the native color tempature of almost all video cameras being daylight with a tungsten base cc applied, I am wondering what my options are for removing that.

I am prepping a short to be shot this weekend on the HD110. I know I have the light to compensate for filter loss, and I have the 85b filter, my question is in camera can I take this base correction off to get the cleanest image possible? I read on one of these threads that the DVX and HVX has an option to remove this correction, is there a similar setting on the HD110?
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