Quote Originally Posted by Bruce (Camclicker)
I'm going to be shooting 35mm color negs of my son-in-laws (The Coach) Senior Varsity High School basketball games.
Typical gymnasium/fluorescent lights/no flash. Is there a correction filter for the fluorescent? Unless otherwise advised I would use a 3200 film for 1 hour processing.
What color negative (or otherwise) film has an ISO speed of 3200?

I've used Tiffen's FL-D filter a number of times with good results - or at least "better".

Fluorescent lamps are miserable - especially the most common - "cool white".
The spectrum from those looks like something concocted in hell .. peaks at unusual places .. and valleys where there should not be valleys - all that adds up to misery in trying to get a decent color balance. The FL-D *helps* but it is not a panacea, by any means. Still - if fair to middlin' color balance is not of paramount importance I'd simply go without a filter - if it is, I'd take the stop (or so) loss and use the filter.