View Full Version : White Balance on 20d

11-16-2004, 11:50 PM
If anyone has done research on the canon 20d digital SLR, you will probably notice (as I did) that it has a new White Balance Feature. This feature allows you to select a WB Bracketing and WB Shift. You can choose the bracket on the blue/amber or green/magenta axis. More info about this can be found in the review done by dcresource at http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/canon/eos_20d-review/index.shtml
basically my question is: What does this do, and when will it be used. For example, in what situation would I want to move the white dot to the green/magenta access, and what result would I be looking for to do this. I am an amature photographer looking to get more involved. I have searched all over the interet (and even called canon) and no one can tell me a solid answer. I will appreciate any help you can give. Thank you