White balance deals with the color temperature of the light.
Cold lights make the whites look blue. Warm lights make the whites look yellow. By default, in Auto WB mode, ANAFI Ai keeps the whites white, at all times: it adapts its WB value in real time.
However, setting a WB value for an entire shot is especially useful for professional filming: stable WB facilitates the grading (color treatment) of videos.
1. Tap the WB box to open the white balance options.
2. Select the WB option that is best suited for your shooting conditions, your subject, or both. The display of the HUD reflects your settings and helps you make the best choice.