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Turn down the white balance = huge difference (camera)

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By For_itembine, Senior Member on 27th October 2013, 08:28 PM
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6am lighting

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Adjusted white balance lowest setting
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27th October 2013, 08:41 PM |#2  
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How do u turn down the WB in manual mode, all I see is Wb auto, and the slider called EV that one u mean? I turn down the iso at 100 makes picture better but shutter speed is slower


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27th October 2013, 08:47 PM |#3  
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yes I think he talks about EV. turning down EV all the xperia (since Xperia S) devices get better images (more details)
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Hm just tried it out (good lighting) and it DOES seem to provide better images! Am quite surprised!

Now to try it out in low-light, which hopefully, won't turn out a black image..
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yes I think he talks about EV. turning down EV all the xperia (since Xperia S) devices get better images (more details)



What is EV option? I can not find this option in M mode.
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What is EV option? I can not find this option in M mode.

EV setting can be found between the Flash and the Settings icons. Its signified by the 3 slider bars. You can move it either +2 to -2, which in this thread is suggesting is to set it to lowest possible setting.
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EV setting can be found between the Flash and the Settings icons. Its signified by the 3 slider bars. You can move it either +2 to -2, which in this thread is suggesting is to set it to lowest possible setting.

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28th October 2013, 10:10 AM |#8  
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How do u turn down the WB in manual mode, all I see is Wb auto, and the slider called EV that one u mean? I turn down the iso at 100 makes picture better but shutter speed is slower


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its TRUE that with ISO 100 images is SUPERB in comparison of AUTO ISO... almost NO NOISE AT ALL AT 100 ISO...

But... ISO 100 is for ALL LIGITING CONDITIONS ? can i use it even in a dark room & at OUTSIDE SUN LIGHT ?

Someone that knows pls answer
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*Sigh* Of course ISO 100 is not for all lighting conditions... THe more light there is the lower you can set the ISO value, but in darker surroundings you'll just get a sharp but very dark image. It's all in the balance.

Automode just has a habbit of increasing ISO too fast...
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*Sigh* Of course ISO 100 is not for all lighting conditions... THe more light there is the lower you can set the ISO value, but in darker surroundings you'll just get a sharp but very dark image. It's all in the balance.

Automode just has a habbit of increasing ISO too fast...

So outside with SUN LIGHT i can use 100 or 50 iso for perfect pictures ?
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