Delta 1 Gray Card 8x10" (1)

Delta 1 Gray Card 8x10" (1)

Delta 1 Gray Card 8x10" (1)

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Delta 1 Gray Card 8x10" (1)

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Correct color or B&W exposures every time regardless of contrast, brightness or conditions. Accurate to within 1%. Includes instructions. 8x10" card stock.

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Package Weight 0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.0 x 8.0 x 0.25"
Gray Card 8x10" (1) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 109.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet... A Gray Card! It does an excellent job at what it's good at... being gray. Great size, you can cut it to a smaller size to fit pockets in your camera bag or just leave as is for easier use of attaining a spot on white balance. Also a fairly thick card, like a moderate cardboard; this helps it from blowing in the wind or flopping over when you're messing with the camera. The information printed on the backside is a great help to including exposure tips and uses for different lighting types and tips on aperature and shutter speeds. A great purchase if you don't shoot in RAW (easily changed in post processing) and want excellent white balance for every shot.
Date published: 2008-04-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cardinal Grise. I use a Minolta spot meter to get a reading for black and white film photography with a Linhof camera with no meter in it. I use Kodak TMY 400asa, which gives me, a relative dolt in the business, great latitude. I also adore simplicity, and this is the most simplistic set up I could garner. There are instructions on how to use the card printed on the back of it. Ask the seller to pack the piece so it won't get bent on the corners, as mine came with bent corners for not having been packed and shipped well. Of course as soon as this card arrived, the card i couldn't find showed up. So now I have two cards, totaling 36% gray reflected light. Cardinal Rouge, Cardinal Grise.
Date published: 2012-05-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Big Help I had no idea how to use my camera's custom white balanceuntil I ran across this item on B&H. After purchasing thiscard, I've totally changed the way I take pictures indoors.It takes about 20 seconds to set up and take a snapshot ofthis card under the lighting I'll be using, and just a fewmore seconds to set my custom white balance.No more pain-staking color adjustments in Photoshop. Expertise: Semi-professional photojournalist Problems Encountered: None.(Because of its construction, I expect it won't lastforever, but at this cost, I'm not complaining.)
Date published: 2008-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product - makes a difference! I have shot white balances before for my Panasonic AG-AC90 video camera using white foam board, T-shirts, etc - never worked quite right. Had a video job (a gray horse) that really mattered - so I ordered this card. Held it out 2 feet in front of the lens - shot a white balance - perfect! First time! The next day I had a job with sunlight streaming in thru windows - shot a white balance - perfect! The cardboard is stiff enough but I keep in in a 8x10 envelope with a piece of foam board next to it - packed in my video bag. It really works!
Date published: 2016-07-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A piece of cardboard I have little experience with gray cards so far. Until now, i have simply used a white sheet of paper to set custom white balance, but I wanted to try a gray card, since Ive heard so much about them. This particular gray card is exactly that - cardboard with gray paint on one side. On the other side is a write-up about the Zone System of Photography, which is probably very useful, as it gives information on how to use the card in various situations, such as For Artificial Light, When Using Daylight, If the Subject is Very Dark, If the Subject is Very Light, and If You are Unsure of the Best Exposure. There is also information about Using the Gray Card to Determine Lighting Ratios and To Determine Color Balance. It all sounds kinda complicated, so Ill have to read through it a few times and do some experimenting. Seems like the white sheet of paper method was actually a little simpler, but photography is about learning, right? So, this is probably a very effective gray card, but expect to have to have a big bag if you are going to carry this around with you with you are shooting! Its 8x10 inches of stiff cardboard that doesnt take well to bending. I have a fairly large bag (Lowepros Specialist 85 AW) but the only place I can fit this thing is in the lining. But, oh well. Photography also seems to involve a lot of bulky equipment.
Date published: 2008-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its a gray card Its a gray / grey card.... no biggie.. but it does what its suppose to do... some handy little points on the back of the card...nice and thick.... Buy them 2-3 at a time as they can wear out with packing and unpacking from ones bag, or just to keep one in the studio , one in the bag, one in the car... that kind of thing.... If you plan on cutting one up to have some pocket sized ones have some really good scissors cuz this thing is thick ;) As to the whitebalance it self.... seems to work just fine no complaints there.... I usually take a few pics from different angles... one zoomed in on manual, then from a few distances.... dont have to do that... but with any grey card when you get in close on manual you sometimes get lazy and dont shoot it at just the right angle....
Date published: 2011-01-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from overpriced but fine for what I needed Now that I have received it I think maybe I'll just go to ...t next time and get the same thing for about a dollar.It does include some facts and instructions on the back, but really ... it's a gray piece of cardboard.
Date published: 2010-07-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from As described Standard Gray Card. I ordered 2. Both are somewhat curved. Not a big issue for my application, but could be a problem in certain lighting situations.
Date published: 2012-07-31
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