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  1. Hello videographers, During my upcoming trip to Raja Ampat, I am planning to do a 'white balance' testing with the Sony camcorder NXR-NX80, and I am looking for help in putting together a 'White Balance Testing' Protocol. The equipment and camera settings that I will be using are listed below. If anyone wanted me to test any specific camera settings or their own preferred settings, please let me know. My intention is to do the following tests at various depths (say about 6m, 10m and 15m) at a patch of corals. 1. No Slate, just with WB to a Scene. Please note that this ARTICLE advises that "the use of a white balance slate is unnecessary [with this camera]. Accurate (or reasonably so) white balance is established by WB SET with any given scene" From my communications with Gates, and my recent experience in Philippines, it appears that if a scene has enough white (or green) subjects, the camcorder could do a quite accurate white balance with a press of just one button - WB SET. 2. Grey Slate 3. White Slate MY EQUIPMENT and SETTINGS: Camera: Sony camcorder HXR-NX80 Housing: Gates AX700 / Z90 with Gates GP34A Wide Angle Port and internal URPro Pink Filter (for green water) Video Lights: Keldan Video 8X 11,000 Lumen CRI 92 (5400K) with Keldan Ambient Filter 6BG for 4X/8X (This filter is recommended for blue-green water within a depth range between 4-12 meters) Camera Settings: 4K, 30 FPS, Picture Profile: BT709. I follow the following article for recommended camera settings: AX700-Z90-Housing-Recommended-Settings-R2.pdf Thank you for your feedback. Val Please check my YouTube Channel
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