- Designed to meet the needs of digital photographers
- 140 patches of colors representing various natural objects
- Includes the highest quality color reference
- Provides consistency over a wide variety of skin tones
- Greater refinement of individual colors
- Supports third-party software
Calibrite ColorChecker Digital SG
The Calibrite ColorChecker Digital SG is specifically designed to meet the needs of digital photographers, the CCDSG target includes the highest quality color reference standards available. Each of the 140 patches was chosen for its location in color space to expand the color gamut, so you can create profiles that capture the full capabilities of your digital camera and scanner.
Standard ColorChecker Target Colors
The ColorChecker Digital SG target includes the colors from the standard ColorChecker target, many of which represent natural objects, such as human skin tone, foliage, and blue sky. Additional skin-tone reference colors deliver greater accuracy and consistency over a wide variety of skin tones, and grayscale steps provide accurate control of camera balance to maintain a neutral aspect, regardless of the light source. The CCDSG can also be used to create a white balance with your digital camera to guarantee precise, uniform, neutral white under any lighting condition.
Greater Refinement of Individual Colors
The ColorChecker Digital SG takes a step beyond the traditional ColorChecker by representing a larger gamut and providing greater refinement of individual colors. Simply include the ColorChecker Digital SG in your first photo, if you’re shooting JPEG or traditional, or any photo in the series if you’re shooting RAW. Later, in the studio, use it to compare, measure and analyze differences in color reproduction in any color rendition system. This objective standard will help you avoid costly mistakes and trial-and-error color correction after the fact.
Supports Third-Party Software
The CCDSG supports third-party software like Hasselblad Phocus for ICC camera profiling and Phase One ICC.