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When I set a new custom white balance would it change my custom shooting mode setting?

AnTroy
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My custom shooting mode C1 setting is using a custom white balance for a studio lighting. Just wonder if I set a new custom white balance,  would the new white balance setting replace my C1 custom white balance setting (disable auto update)?

My camera is 5DSR.

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AnTroy
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It seems the question is unclear. 

Finally I got an answer from B&H. The answer is No, the new white balance setting won't change the custom shooting mode (C1, C2, C3). 

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AnTroy
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It seems the question is unclear. 

Finally I got an answer from B&H. The answer is No, the new white balance setting won't change the custom shooting mode (C1, C2, C3). 


@AnTroy wrote:

It seems the question is unclear. 

Finally I got an answer from B&H. The answer is No, the new white balance setting won't change the custom shooting mode (C1, C2, C3). 


Correct. Page 144 of the manual. 

 

If upadte is set to Disable the C1 etc won't be updated permanently, but any change you make will remain in place until the camera is powered off, manually or automatically via time out.

John Hoffman
Conway, NH

1D X Mark III, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LR Classic


@jrhoffman75 wrote:

@AnTroy wrote:

It seems the question is unclear. 

Finally I got an answer from B&H. The answer is No, the new white balance setting won't change the custom shooting mode (C1, C2, C3). 


Correct. Page 144 of the manual. 

 

If upadte is set to Disable the C1 etc won't be updated permanently, but any change you make will remain in place until the camera is powered off, manually or automatically via time out.


Usualy the changes reset just as soon as the metering timer expires.

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