The sophisticated image processing algorithms of the DIGIC processor deliver extremely stable white balance (WB). This ensures natural skin tones and true-to-life reds under low colour temperatures such as tungsten lighting. White balance information is
fixed onto JPEG images at the time of capture. When shooting RAW images, all white balance information can be adjusted after the shoot using Digital Photo Professional software.
Each colour is correctable by ±9 levels in single level increments. Blue/amber bias and magenta/green bias can be set in combination.WB bracketing is available for either blue/amber or magenta/green bias, for up to ±3 stops in whole stop increments. WB
bracketing records three images at different WB settings in a single shot.