DGK Color Tools WDKK Waterproof Color Chart

BH #DGWDKK • MFR #WDKK
DGK Color Tools
DGK Color Tools WDKK Waterproof Color Chart
Key Features
  • Waterproof
  • Double-Sided
  • 18 Reference Colors
  • UV-Treated Ink
The WDKK Waterproof Color Chart from DGK Color Tools is a completely waterproof chart that can be flipped over to reveal a warming card. The chart features 18 reference colors with permanent UV-treated ink designed to hold up in all-weather and underwater use.
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DGK Color Tools WDKK Overview

The WDKK Waterproof Color Chart from DGK Color Tools is a completely waterproof chart that can be flipped over to reveal a warming card. The chart features 18 reference colors with permanent UV-treated ink designed to hold up in all-weather and underwater use.

This card is useful in white balancing, color profiling, and the setup of any display or image capture systems. The kit includes the 5 x 7" card, and a carrying strap.

UPC: 757901608773

DGK Color Tools WDKK Specs

DimensionsKit: 7.8 x 5.3 x 0.03" / 20.0 x 13.5 x 0.1 cm
Card: 5.0 x 7.0" / 12.7 x 17.8 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.18 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.7 x 6.6 x 0.7"
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Dear! EdwardI did not bought this Item to use it with any software, since I'am a traditional silver base film user. I basically read densities off the negative using an xrite 310 densitometer.But when the card is use with a digital camera you could use Photoshop to read color values similarly as with a densitometer.But many color corrections software should be able to give you color values and readings.If you specifically need a way to assest color the company XRITE have specific software for reading colors from the card off a monitor screen when using a special sensor.To be able to asset proper reading you would need the data sheet of the card for aiming color values when being read with software. This card is helpfull as a visual reference and basically a trained person should be able to visually evaluate colors..Thanks! For asking. Hope answers are helpfull.
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