The biggest issue with fluorescents that I find is that it's unusual that they are the only light source, so if I have the option, I just turn them off.

That said, the fluorescent correction filters are basically about CC 30M plus whatever filtration you need to correct the target light temperature of the bulb to the temperature of the film. Is there any tungsten film left for still photography? I don't think so, so you would be correcting the bulb to daylight. An FL-D usually puts you in the ballpark, and then you can do some fine tuning.