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X-Rite Digital ColorChecker SG (Semi-Gloss)

(MSDCCSG)

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X-Rite Digital ColorChecker SG (Semi-Gloss) is specifically designed to meet the needs of digital photography. Check and compare the digital reproduction of a real scene or a test pattern, make a white balance with a digital camera, or use the ColorChecker SG with camera profiling software to create an ICC profile of your camera.

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Description

X-Rite Digital ColorChecker SG (Semi-Gloss)

Designed to mirror all the colors you can see!

  • 140 patches chosen specifically for their location in color space expand the color gamut and allow you to create profiles that capture the full capabilities of your digital camera and scanner
  • Includes standard ColorChecker chart colors. Many of these squares represent natural objects of special interest, such as human skin, foliage and blue sky. These squares are not only the same color as their counterparts, but also reflect light the same way in all parts of the visible spectrum
  • More skin-tone reference colors deliver greater accuracy and consistency over a wide variety of skin tones
  • Gray scale steps provide accurate control of camera balance and maintain a neutral aspect regardless of light source
  • Sturdy, standardized target size of 8.5 x 11 inches (21.6 x 27.9 cm) easily fits into a full frame shot

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List price $369.00
Product Actual Weight No
Physical Size (H x D x W) No
Computer OS No
Warranty Limited Manufacturer Warranty
ICC Version No

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