DGK Color Tools 8x10" 18% Gray Card for Film and Digital Camera
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Selected User Reviews For DGK Color Tools 8x10" 18% Gray Card for Film and Digital Camera
As far as grey cards go, it does not compare to a WhiBal G7 (which I consider the industry standard). When the paper is side by side with the WhiBal card, Lightroom decides to pick a different value for the white balance. To me, this paper gives photos a very slight green hue when setting the white balance in Lightroom over There is also quite a bit of darkness in the background.
I would have preferred to see a more clear item description stating that this is a paper card, not a plastic one that my photographer friend and I thought I ordered. I had the chance to use hers (by the same manufacturer) during a product photography tutorial, and I was blown away. My surprise when my case came in was that it was a paper one versus the stiff one I had expected. This plastic version was used by her and me. In the description, you should have used something other than "not water-resistant" to indicate that the paper was not waterproof.
It is not rare for me to write views. I tested the film against Kodak 18% without any issues. Kodak is less expensive than this (much less).
It's not bad for the price, but you get what you pay When it was delivered, it was bent because it is a hard paper. There is something to be said for the 8 X 10" format for big lenses, but only if you do not have to transport them around. Having said that, you might be able to cut the pocket to the exact size you want, and at the end there wouldn't be anything to worry about. It is recommended that you leave the wrist attached, or to make the hole bigger so that you can attach it there if necessary. To that end, I recommend going out and purchasing a plasticized umbrella in case it rains.
My camera is stored in a plastic protective sleeve and is packed in a.
It's hard to tell how well the colors are calibrated on this card. Because the cards obtained with this flash have a rating of 6200°K and a flash by Canon is rated at 5500°K. This leads me to wonder just how accurate it.
As the mailman folded the product into an origami before stuffing it into my mailbox, I won't know how well it works. There seems to be no sign that it was bent before.
It is not to be recommended!.