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  1. #1
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    D7100 help/question

    To start off I'm anything but technical. I was playing around on my camera a few weeks ago some how some where I found a "chart/graph", for lack of a better term, that was a color chart. in the center was a little box you could move around. Question 1, what is this chart called. Question 2, could someone tell me how to find it again. Question 3, what is it used for? I'm guessing to enhance selected color(?). I'm sure a lot more questions to come. Thank you


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    Re: D7100 help/question

    Sounds like it could have been color balance in the retouch menu.

  3. #3
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    D7100 help/question
    Not the d7100 but is this what you saw

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Um0P-wOhtA
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  4. #4
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    Re: D7100 help/question

    Quote Originally Posted by Needa View Post
    Sounds like it could have been color balance in the retouch menu.
    This is along the lines of what I'm looking for but it didn't have the images. If you go to that screen click on an image in the bottom left corner is the chart I'm thinking of but if I remember correctly that chart covered the whole screen.

  5. #5
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    Re: D7100 help/question

    Actually Needa is more along the lines of what I'm looking for.

  6. #6
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    Re: D7100 help/question

    Fine tune white balance , page 91 in manual , never used it and wouldn’t know what to do with it good luck

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    Re: D7100 help/question

    Quote Originally Posted by arshuter View Post
    To start off I'm anything but technical. I was playing around on my camera a few weeks ago some how some where I found a "chart/graph", for lack of a better term, that was a color chart. in the center was a little box you could move around. Question 1, what is this chart called. Question 2, could someone tell me how to find it again. Question 3, what is it used for? I'm guessing to enhance selected color(?). I'm sure a lot more questions to come. Thank you
    Sounds like you found the menu for adjusting default White Balance settings. To get back to this option:

    D7100 help/question-wb-settings.jpg

    D7100 help/question-wb-settings-ii.jpg

    What it's used for, in short, is adjusting the default white balance presets.
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    D7100 help/question
    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    Sounds like you found the menu for adjusting default White Balance settings. To get back to this option:

    D7100 help/question-wb-settings.jpg

    D7100 help/question-wb-settings-ii.jpg

    What it's used for, in short, is adjusting the default white balance presets.
    That's it. Your awesome Thank you

  9. #9
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    Re: D7100 help/question

    Quote Originally Posted by Skwaz View Post
    Fine tune white balance , page 91 in manual , never used it and wouldn’t know what to do with it good luck
    I don't have a manual. Bought my camera used.

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    Re: D7100 help/question

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