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Calibrite ColorChecker Classic Mini
- 标准的 24 个补丁 ColorChecker 靶子,方便的信用卡大小
- 6 种灰色补丁,RGB 和 CMYK 颜色,以及日常颜色组合,带来*效果
- 可与 ColorChecker 相机校准软件一起使用,创建 ACR 或 ICC 配置文件。
- Photo colour control from capture to edit
- A standard 24-patch ColorChecker target in a handy credit card size
- 6 greyscale patches, RGB and CMYK colours and a mix of everyday colours for great results
- Can be used with the ColorChecker Camera Calibration software to create ACR or ICC profiles
Calibrite ColorChecker Classic Mini 是一款小巧、方便、口袋大小的靶子,尺寸为 63.5 x 109.0mm。 专为工作方便而设计,非常适合现场拍摄以及以下场景等。 数码摄影:检查图像、输出、监视器。 电影摄影:检查胶片、灯光、过滤纸和纸。 设计:检查任何印刷或校正过程。 数字成像:检查扫描仪、监视器和校样设备。 电影:电视和视频:检查相机、显示器、灯光和电影。 ColorChecker 目标非常适合创建自定义相机配置文件(DNG 和 ICC),纠正中性平衡和曝光,并为颜色校正提供标准。 这些目标提供了非主观的比较标准,有助于确定任何色彩再现系统的真实色彩平衡。 它提供了必要的标准来比较、测量和分析各种过程中的颜色差异 - 避免了昂贵错误。
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After using the passport for a couple of shoots, I was a bit confused. In controlled lighting situations the neutral gray and white would read two different white balances. I reached out to Xrite and started asking questions. I was told that yes, “the large gray side is 18% and neutral white were the same but not to use them for white balance, use them to white balance in the camera”. Now WAIT!!! Setting WB in camera still uses the same light source, lens, gray and white cards that equal the same results as sampling from a photo taken of the card in post production. Bad excuse Xrite!!! I've used neutral gray cards to pull white balance since day one of digital photography both capturing the card in an image and using the card to set in camera white balance. Xrite asked me to use the full color spectrum side and choose the neutral gray squares that graduate from neutral white to pure black. They recommended the 3rd one from the pure white. Oddly enough the, that's the EXACT SAME COLOR ans the full size neutral gray. I asked, what's the difference and they didn't have an answer but did confirm that they were in fact both 18% gray. Either the individual I've been talking with has no idea or it's just an excuse. They could never tell me why the neutral gray and pure white pulled different white balances, just kept pushing me to sue the smaller squares on the other side that were the exact or said to be the exact same. I tried to ask them "Why use one and not the other when you claim they are the exact same tones?" again, no answer. Their explanations didn't make any since and the fact they still would not answer me on why I was getting different WB readings from the white and gray also concern me. They also don't tell you that there is software you need to also make use of this product. It took me quite a while to find it and figure it out since there were no instructions included. This software is required to be added to lightroom as a plugin. Then you can photograph the full color spectrum side in full frame and go through lightroom settings to create a profile for that situation, lens and camera. They recommend saving the profile with the details of the situation to include camera, lens and lighting. Well, if you own as many lights and different umbrellas that I do, you would have hundreds of profiles. This is not feasible so the end user should be able to rely on the neutral gray and white sampling in their desired photo or video editing software and receive the same readings from all neutral gray and white portions of this product. I feel that for the high price of this product, the customer service needs improvement as well as their information and explanations on an instruction manual with the product that also directs you to on how and where to get the plugins need. I spent over two hours trying to figure it out and I have over 26 years in the photo business.
The flaw and complaints with the ColorChecker Passport is the rickety hinges on the plastic case. Even knowing this, the case is difficult to open and even more difficult to close. I feel that I will break the hinges when closing the case, it's that bad. The first time I tested this unit, when trying to pry apart the layers of the case, my finger slipped and my fingernail scraped across the 18% Gray panel leaving a permanent shiny mark. For the price of this unit, Calibrite should provide a more solid plastic case. For this reason, I am not able to leave 5 Stars, but only 3 Stars.
The Datacolor one is much bigger and has such an attachment. I wish this one did too!