White balance is a correction to obtain a normal color image under various shades of light sources in a camera.
When adjusting the balance, it is often based on how the white subject appears in the image, and is collectively
referred to as white balance in terms of color tonality.
There are many ways to adjust the white balance, but in our case, we use one-push auto white balance.


Color standards (I find it best to use a blank sheet of paper) and adjust the brightness so that the image can be
observed without halation (white skipping) or too much darkness.
Then, one click on the white balance key will automatically apply color correction (auto white balance).


The display varies depending on the camera, such as AWB and OnePushWB.