Just curious if anyone might be able to give some tips or advice on film choice when shooting interiors under fluorescent light. I've been playing with my SR3 and so far all of my filming has been daylight exterior, but I'd like to experiment a bit and try filming some interiors with fluorescent illumination (like inside a subway station).
I realize that different types of fluorescent lighting can vary greatly in terms of color temperature. Unfortunately, I don't have a color meter, nor do I really want to buy any special filters since I'm just experimenting now, and in the long run, I won't be doing all that much filming under fluorescent lighting anyway. That said, given the choice between tungsten or daylight balanced film, I'm just trying to determine which of the two would generally be the better choice for filming under fluorescent lighting. My choices are essentially 7219 (500T), 7213 (200T), or 7207 (250D), so any thoughts would be really appreciated.