White Balance and Flash
Setting a white balance is a very usefull practice in infrared photography. Unfortunately, when using a flash, the custom white balance might not be accurate for the flash. Depending on the flash and camera, the photo can change back to a pink hue, even with the white balance set. Below are test shots taken with a ZS6 and Canon A2200, the ZS6 does not hold the white balance while the A2200 does.
Although the flash is not used much in infrared, you should keep this in mind if you plan to use the flash. Tests are based on the 720nm filter, it may be different with the other filters. Generally Lumix cameras will not hold the WB with the flash.
Cameras where white balance works with the flash:
Canon Elph 300 HS
Cameras where white balance does not work with the flash:
If you have another camera and know if the WB works with the flash or not, please let us know in the comments below.