Pictures of sub pro with correct white balance?
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    Pictures of sub pro with correct white balance?

    As the title says: for those of you who own a professional, are there pictures out there that give an accurate idea of the shade of orange on the dial? Most pictures are taken with incorrectly set white balance, which makes the colors impossible to trust; as a result every pictures of a Doxa sub pro I find show a different shade of orange. Any pics that show the watch's true color? ;)

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    Re: Pictures of sub pro with correct white balance?

    QUOTE=watchuseektom;29496850]As the title says: for those of you who own a professional, are there pictures out there that give an accurate idea of the shade of orange on the dial? Most pictures are taken with incorrectly set white balance, which makes the colors impossible to trust; as a result every pictures of a Doxa sub pro I find show a different shade of orange. Any pics that show the watch's true color? ;)[/QUOTE]

    The 1200t in the picture below (from Doxa's website) is extremely accurate in my opinion.


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    Re: Pictures of sub pro with correct white balance?

    thanks!

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    Re: Pictures of sub pro with correct white balance?

    Buyer beware .... search the archives and you'll find discussions about varying shades of orange. Unlike Ferrari Red, there doesn't seem to be Doxa Orange.

    Not sure about the white-balance in these photos, but my wife's Coralline and my DWL are definitely in different shades of orange

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    Re: Pictures of sub pro with correct white balance?

    How interesting. That explains the different shades on the doxa site too... Maybe they use a different shade in each model? Or maybe it's just random?

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