Photovision 14" Pocket One Shot Digital Target

BH #PHDT14 • MFR #DT14010
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Photovision 14" Pocket One Shot Digital Target
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Photovision Pocket One Shot Overview

The Photovision 14" One Shot Digital Target is large enough to fill the frame in most situations, but folds to just 6 inches to allow carrying in your pocket or instant access when using with the included belt pouch slip case. Soft silver fabric on the backside creates an efficient reflective surface to open up the shadows. This size has become the favorite of many of the industry's leading wedding photographers.

The Neutral 3-Tone Panels of the One Shot Digital Target allows for custom white balancing, accurate metering and exposure monitoring through the camera's histogram function - all with a single shot. Thereby, vastly improving setup time, and minimizing the need for post correction to your image files. You'll drastically reduce your workflow on the back-end by getting it right on the front-end.

Achieve Perfect Exposures and White Balance Every Time
The Target Folds to One-third of Its Open Size to Fit Easily Into Most Camera Bags
Reflective Soft Silver Fabric on Backside
Includes a 60-minute Instructional DVD Presented by Ed Pierce
UPC: 862736000217

Photovision Pocket One Shot Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.85 x 5.9 x 3.25"
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What happens when the fabric becomes smudged, dirty, etc? Can you wash this on cold or use a soft sponge to clean it?
Asked by: Anonymous
Warm water with mild soap and a sponge would be sufficient to clean any smudges etc that you may get on this target.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2019-06-19

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Would this work with camcorders instead of DSLRs too?
Asked by: Elaine M.
It will work with anything that gives you a histogram. The histogram will let you see the even distribution of pure black, pure white and 18% grey.If your camcorder does not provide a histogram then a pure white-card would be better for you to set the custom white balance with.
Answered by: Rita P.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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