Definition of white balance in English:

white balance

Syllabification: white bal·ance


The color balance on a digital camera.
More example sentences
  • The automatic settings detect the white balance (colour of dominant lighting in a scene) very well, producing very pleasing skin tones and natural hues.
  • On the seabed, I adjusted the video camera's white balance, checked that the lights worked and set off in search of my model.
  • So remember to check the white balance on your camcorder.

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