Finally, a D300 Near UniWB JPEG

Started Apr 3, 2008 | Discussions thread
gollywop Veteran Member • Posts: 8,301
Re: How Expodisc works

Ah. Well, as I read it, you use the Expodisc manually to set the camera's custom WB; that is, you would use it to set d-0 in the D300, which you would then use in your shoot. Of course, if you use this d-0 WB, you cannot use UniWB. This is quite different from shooting a gray card using the UniWB and then re-establishing that WB in PP.

So, again to petroag, I think you'd have to set the camera's WB with the Expodisc, shoot a test shot with that WB, switch to UniWB for your real shoot, and then copy the WB of the test shot to the others in PP.

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