ColorChecker Mini Grey Balance card is a pocket size version of the 18% Grey reference square used in the standard 24-patch ColorChecker. This Grey is scientifically engineered to provide a precise uniform surface that is spectrally neutral (reflects equal amounts of red, blue and green) in all types of light conditions. The photographer can now have confidence
Achieve accurate and consistent colour, exposure control, and white balance with the QPcard 101. This greyscale reference card features three spectrally neutral patches – neutral dark grey (35*0*0), mid grey (48*0*0), and white (95*0*0).The card is self-adhesive and easily placed within the test image. This pack contains 3 cards.
Designed to help digital photographers easily and efficiently achieve accurate, consistent colour results by providing quick reference points to balance colour and establish optimum lighting from the start of a photo session. Aimed at the professional and high-end prosumer photographers as well as professionals in the video cinematography and graphics arts
The Datacolor SpyderX Pro offers its users immense performance improvements thanks to which it is the fastest and most accurate Spyder available on the market as of February 2019. In addition to this, the user can benefit from enhanced usability which makes screen calibration spectacularly simpler. The calibration process can be completed in about a minute
The Datacolor SpyderCheckr allows photographers to colour calibrate their cameras, perform precision in-camera white balance and record known-colour samples. SpyderCheckr helps capture consistent colour from day to day and camera to camera and apply these results easily in your workflow with RAW import software such as, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. The
Full-featured, expert monitor calibration for desktops, laptops and projectors, designed for professional photographers and videographers seeking ultimate control within their colour workflow. The fastest, most accurate, easiest-to-use Spyder ever. Users can also complete the calibration in around a minute or two, making it significantly faster than with
The X-Rite i1Display Studio is an advanced display calibration solution aimed at both enthusiasts and professional photographers. It equips users with all of the necessary functions for a brilliantly-calibrated monitor, laptop, mobile device or a projector. After all of the devices used the in the workfolk have been profiled the user becomes relieved of
Calibrate your monitors, cameras, scanners, printers, and projectors with professional precision with the X-Rite i1 Studio. Replacing the popular ColorMunki Photo, the X-Rite i1 Studio allows users to create individual colour profiles, ensuring consistent colour reproduction across a number of devices. The i1 Studio can also be used to calibrate iOS devices,
To mark 10 years since the original ColorChecker Passport, X-Rite have enhanced the original Passport. It now includes a new 18% Grey Target, providing increased functionality to also support a traditional grey balance workflow. This could also be used as a neutral balance to remove colour casts. It now also includes a lanyard, increasing portability.
The Datacolor SpyderX Capture Pro is the ultimate colour management tool kit for photographers, providing all the essentials needed to precisely manage colour in your workflow from capture through editing. The Capture Pro bundle includes: SpyderX Elite, Spyder LensCal, Spyder Cube, Spyder Checkr, Welcome Card with software serial numbers, and Durable Metal
The Colour Checker Chart is designed for use as a colour calibration tool for use by photographers in both tradtional and digital photography. When used along with colour management software, it allows you to calibrate your camera in line with your monitor and printer so you get an even workflow with accurate colours throughout.
The Small Grey Scale and Colour Separation Chart is a quality control device for photographers, printers and other colour professionals. The twenty-step Greyscale offers an accurate, easy way to compare tonal values in an original image with its reproduction, while the set of eighteen colour patches (two saturations of nine colours) allows users to compare