- Includes white, 18% gray, and black reference patches
- Scientifically engineered to provide precise uniform surface
- Engineered to provide spectrally neutral precise uniform surface
- Instantly correct color by balancing on the mid-tone gray value
- Provides reference values for adjusting colors
- Evaluate exposure and balance between main and fill lights
- Capture accurate color before photo session or video shoot
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X-Rite ColorChecker Grayscale Target
The 3-step ColorChecker Grayscale target from X-Rite lets you balance your images or video footage to align the exposure and contrast of cameras and simplify balancing of studio lighting. The ColorChecker Grayscale 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 lighting conditions. It is ideal for digital and film photography and filmmaking. It helps you to save time and effort in post-processing by ensuring proper gray and white balance from the onset.
Better Color Adjustments for Faster Grading/Editing
Simplify camera and studio lighting balance with this three step gray-scale target for performing quick color adjustments and evaluating studio lighting conditions. The ColorChecker Grayscale includes the white, 18% gray, and black reference patches found in the 24-patch ColorChecker Classic, all on a single full-sized card. Use it to capture accurate color before your photo session or video shoot, and save editing time and effort afterward.
Ideal for On-Site and Studio Use
On site, use the ColorChecker Grayscale Target as the first reference shot in a photo series or video footage to instantly correct color by balancing on the mid-tone gray value. In the studio, use it to evaluate exposure and balance between main and fill lights to quickly set up the proper lighting ratio, and to set white balance. The ColorChecker Grayscale target also provides reference values for adjusting colors within most common photo or video editing software packages, allowing you to make quick color adjustments. In the studio, use it to evaluate exposure and balance between main and fill lights to quickly set up the proper lighting ratio, and to set white balance.