Subject: Re: What is the default kelvin temperature set to when you bring up a raw image
OK. In Raw the white balance shouldn't really matter, you can adjust it to whatever you need in the raw converter. But having it set correctly will help you get there faster. Try using daylight instead of flash and see if that looks any better. I would also try a custom white balance.
I would also try the test with two of the same camera model.
I'm not familiar with the white balance options on the Nikon. Can you dial in a specicif Kelvin value? Can you adjust the yellow/blue and magenta/green balances?
What color is the cast? Can you correct it in Camera Raw? If so, make a note of the color temp you have to set in Camera Raw and dial that into the camera as your white balance (if it has that option) and see if that helps.
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