ExpoImaging ExpoDisc 2.0 77mm White Balance Filter

ExpoImaging ExpoDisc 2.0 77mm White Balance Filter

ExpoImaging ExpoDisc 2.0 77mm White Balance Filter

B&H # EXWBF277 MFR # EXPOD2-77
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Product Highlights

  • Quickly Set White Balance and Exposure
  • Certified 18% Transmission for Metering
  • Button-Activated Spring Attachment
  • Dust Mapping of Sensor
  • Two Warming Filters
  • Calibrated in the USA
  • Lanyard & Carrying Case
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Size: 77mm

77mm 82mm
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The 77mm ExpoImaging ExpoDisc 2.0 White Balance Filter features 18% calibrated light transmission for ensuring correct exposure and white balance settings while shooting and editing. It attaches to lenses or filters with a 77mm thread via a button-activated spring attachment. This is even compatible with low-profile filter threads. Also, the ExpoDisc 2.0 can be used with smaller lenses by simply holding the filter in front of the lens.

The ExpoDisc 2.0 can also be used to dust map your sensor due to the neutral image it creates. Additionally, two warming filters are included that are inserted into recesses on the face of the filter. These two levels of warming add warmth for more pleasing skin tones.

Each filter is made and calibrated in the USA for accuracy and includes a lanyard and carrying case.

UPC: 751751000169
In the Box
ExpoImaging ExpoDisc 2.0 77mm White Balance Filter
  • 2 x Warming Gels
  • Lanyard
  • Carrying Pouch
  • Calibration Certification Card
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Transmission 18%
    Filter Size 77 mm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.9 x 4.8 x 1.5"
    ExpoDisc 2.0 77mm White Balance Filter is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 232.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Better Than Epected I saw this device demonstrated at the recent PSA Conference in San Antonio, Texas by professional photographer James Schmelzer. I've been somewhat skeptical of the accuracy and use of it. I had been using the X-Rite color checker and had ben relatively satisfied with the results. After seeing it in action and demonstrated I decided to purchase one. After reviewing all of the on-line instruction video I put it to the test with a strobe portrait set-up and an exterior architectural shot. The darn thing worked perfectly with a custom White Balance and I also nailed the proper exposure. My post production work has been substantially reduced.
    Date published: 2016-10-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from ExpoDisc Rocks I went to a local waterfall to try out the ExpoDisc 2.0 for the first time. I had some trepidation about the claims. I first took a photo using the AWB setting on the camera and let the camera set the exposure. I then turned around and placed the ExpoDisc over my lens and took a photo, removed the Disc, and then set the white balance on the camera using the resulting photo. Standing in the same place I took the photo again. When I got home I placed both images side by side on my monitor. The colors were much truer in the image taken using the white balance determined by the ExpoDisc.
    Date published: 2014-07-01
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from A little too warm for my taste Things I like: It's light weight It fits in my camera bag or pocket easily It's easy to use What I don't like: It seems to shoot on the warm side more often than not. It comes with some warming filters (which I don't use at all) and I can't imagine using them because of how warm the images turn out. I'd say it nails the white balance 50% of the time. And for the record. I shoot professionally and I color calibrate my display once a month. My equipment is well maintained and calibrated properly. This thing just shoots a little too warm for my taste. It's saved me some time color correcting in post production, Some. However, I'm still having to manually make adjustments to the white balance on more than I should be. I will say that I'm slightly disappointed as I do research the reviews on equipment from multiple sources before I make any purchases. I'm surprised that I haven't seen this issue brought up more often. I wouldn't say this is bad, not at all. It's just not great, which I wanted it to be.
    Date published: 2014-05-15
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for Portraits This product is really easy to use. It works well when taking pictures of people. I have gotten greatly improved pictures with little or no post processing when using it to take portraits. However when I use it with landscapes it didn't really make that much of an improvement over the white balance choices. There was even a couple of times when it actually got the white balance all wrong. I use this with a Canon 6D and the 24-105 and 100mm lens. It worked well when using both lens for portraits, even thought the 100 is a 67mm filter size. I am glad I got it but if I only shot landscapes then I would not say that using it is worth the money and time to use.
    Date published: 2014-03-24
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not the same as the original I was a happy owner of the previous version of this product until it went missing a while ago. So I purchased a replacement. When the 2.0 version arrived, I was very disappointed with the build quality. The previous version had a metal ring on the outside that was comparable to most fine filter accessories. The 2.0 version uses a plastic ring which is bulkier. It looks and feels much cheaper and flimsier than the original. I will admit that it still does the job. But if there were a competitor to this product, I would consider it.
    Date published: 2016-04-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Product ! Incredibly easy to use for mixed lighting or any situation where you want to get a great white balance without a lot of fuss. Neck strap makes easy functionality for just holding in front of the lens without having to fumble around a lot. Quality is excellent , nice easy access carrying pouch, all around absolutely nothing to complain about. Highly recommend to beginner photographers who are struggling with white balance as well as more advanced photographers. The time saved in post processing is well worth the cost of this item. Wish I had bought a long time ago.
    Date published: 2016-09-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from An inexpensive way to expedite your work and earn more money I recently obtained a position photographing newborns while they are still in the hospital. As you can imagine there are a lot of babies in a day. The photos are done at the end of the hospital bed on a white sheet. Conditions in each room on any given day vary greatly. Being able to get the white balance correct in a few seconds and not having to correct all my images later is a time saver and a money maker!! I honestly can not find a thing wrong with it and will be highly recommending it to anyone I know that doesn't have it. Catherine Mota
    Date published: 2015-11-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for White Balance Novices Like Me! I already had an ExpoDisc for my smaller lens and it is so easy to set a visually great white balance with it that I knew I needed one for my larger lens. I am a photography novice and find joy in capturing my children - mostly indoors. None of the preset WB settings on my camera allows me to consistently get a great looking photograph because my lighting changes and I think custom WB is the only thing that will work. ExpoDisc takes no more than a minute for me to set my WB and saves me time editing my photographs for color. I highly recommend this as it has proven to be invaluable for me at all times.
    Date published: 2014-04-24
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