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AlanC

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"RE: D1 for indoor sports"

AlanC Basic Member
Wed 27-Feb-02 05:57 PM

There's another possible problem here as well: some types of mercury vapour lights flicker at 60Hz and the colour of the light they emit varies greatly through the cycle. If you've got a high enough shutter speed then you could be catching this effect and getting some very odd colours.

As kntfst says below preset white balance and/or a flash are your best bet.

Alan.

A general, generic topic D1 for indoor sports [View all] , Rick Wiese , Mon 05-Feb-01 03:40 PM
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