After a number of years using mostly auto white balance I've starting using more manual settings on my Nikon D40 and D7000. I've recently bought a Sony RX100M3 but searched in vain for anything in the instruction manual which would tell me what the various white balance settings mean in terms of degrees K or what the trim control does in terms of mired shift. The free Capture One Sony provides this information if you shoot in raw so I thought I'd pass it on in case anyone is interested. Colour temp. of common presets with my mired conversions :- Daylight 5349 K (187 mired) Shade 7607 K (131 mired) Cloudy 6162 K (162 mired) Tungsten 2831 K (353 mired) Flash 7215 K (139 mired) - seems very high Now the trims:- Daylight +A2 trim 5983 K (-20 mired) Daylight +A4 trim 6826 K (-41 mired) Daylight +A6 trim 7897 K (-60 mired) So a shift of one moves the mireds by 10. I'm hoping that trims to Cloudy and Shade do the same thing. For any Nikon users, Nikon claim that a trim change of one corresponds to a shift of 5 mired so the Sony is double. By the way I find the camera is good but the instruction manuals are really bad. I can't find anything about flash sync or what shutter speed I need to use to capture most of the flash energy in S mode for example.