You guys are idiots, if you white balance for warm, outside temps (5600k) and then go inside, its blue, because the white balance temp is 5600k. Same shit happens if you white balance inside, then you're at inside temps (3200k) and so you go outside and your whites are orange. Obviously if you're inside and set your white balance for outside temps, its going to be red and if you set your white balance outside for inside temps, its going to be red. 2500(which btw is much lower than inside temps) inside will look blue because its set for red whites and 10000 (which is much,much higher than outside temps) will look red because its set for blue whites Get it? the picture michelle posted is correct, but its not going to show up like that on your camera. don't post if you don't know what you're talking about.
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