One of the main things I do is using the White Balance Setter in my Sony Cameras that gives me the "best white balance" taking a sample of the whitiest color in the scene. But with films simulations that can be challenging considering the Color Phase and all the specific settings each profile has. But.. I was wondering...If 5600K is the "most accurate" WB in daylight.And let's say Vektro 100:4000K A5-M0.5 in daylight That means it has shifted from -1600K and +5 in A and +0.5 in MSo if I usually shot in a studio with a setting of 6200K and M1If I wanna get the Vektro 100 with the same WB, Should I "-1600K and +5 in A and +0.5 in M" to the 6200KSo: 4600K A5-M1.5 Should be the equivalent in Vektro 100?If that's the case, I wonder in with K temperature were this FIlm Simulations Created taking the based footage. and if not is it possible to use the WB Setter with any film simulations? Or that feature is not usable with the recipes?