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#1 Dylan Gonzalez

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Posted 25 May 2013 - 11:07 PM

I'm piggy-backing on the other recent post, but I was just wondering if I should be switching my filter to tungsten or daylight when using Vision 3 200T on my Canon 514-XLS, specifically for outdoor use. It is my understanding that the filter has to be switched to the daylight setting to make the film daylight-balanced, but I just want to be sure.


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