Daylight Balanced


Daylight balanced lighting and film stock are designed to work at around 5500 degrees Kelvin, a temperature similar to that of light on an average day.

When shooting with daylight-balanced film, daylight-balanced lighting should be used to ensure a consistent white point in the resulting footage.

In modern digital video work, setting a specific on-set temperature is less important since a white point can be set during the debayering process in post. Nonetheless, rating lights as daylight or tungsten still ensures consistency in the lighting across the set.

Show More
Show Less
Please contact us if you have any questions