Subject: Re: What is the default kelvin temperature set to when you bring up a raw image
Are you saying that as many times you fire the meter it should always
come up with the same kelvin temperature. No matter what setting or power
I have set on the pack?
I'm saying that if you have invested in the top-end Broncolor system, you'll come close to getting consistent color temperature with each flash regardless of the power setting.
With Dynalight (and Speedotron, and Norman, and all the other middle-of-the-road, but totally servicable units), that is definitely NOT the case.
BTW, I use Norman. I'm constantly mixing light sources (strobe + tungsten, strobe + flourescent, strobe + about anything else you can think of), so the small drift in color temp is not a problem for me. I'm not that concerned about scientifically accurate color.
Which returns me to my earlier question - what are you shooting?
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