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WhiBal G7 White Balance Reference Gray Card (7.5x10")

WhiBal G7 White Balance Reference Gray Card (7.5x10")
Key Features
  • Gray Card for Accurate White Balance
  • Spectrally Neutral
  • Waterproof and Scratchproof
  • Responds to UV Light and Visible Light
To get the best from your digital camera, using a gray card is the most accurate method available for setting white balance. WhiBal's G7 White Balance Reference Gray Card (7.5x10") is extremely accurate, convenient gray card that can be used in any shooting situation. It can also be used to set neutral White and Black reference areas for setting dynamic range in digital capture using the Black and White Eyedroppers available within Lightroom and other RAW conversion software, Photoshop and most other editing software.

By photographing a gray card reference for each lighting situation, you'll be able to achieve a proper white balance for all of your pictures. The gray card reference picture can be used with software to balance the color casts that various lighting conditions produce with all digital cameras.

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I've read some reviews on Amazon that Whibal ...

I've read some reviews on Amazon that Whibal cards aren't made the way they used to. Are they still made of solid plastic where the neutral grey color goes all the way through? Thanks
Asked by: Stephen
The WhiBal G7 White Balance Reference Gray Card is plastic and physically rugged--waterproof and scratchproof (color goes all the way through, not just a coating on top).
Answered by: Dan W
Date published: 2022-05-10

Does the letters and markings (like the cross ...

Does the letters and markings (like the cross hair marker in the center) on the card affect custom white balance on the camera?
Asked by: Tsehtshau
No. The cross hairs are for centering your camera's center focus point so that you can either fill the majority of your LCD in LiveView or viewfinder or to aim your strobes dead centre on the card. Keep in mind that you need to eye dropper several grey areas of the card to get the best reading to your eyes.
Answered by: peter
Date published: 2021-04-05


Is this an 18% gray?
Asked by: Saul S.
No. The maker states that it is designed as a "Gray Card for Accurate White Balance". It is not for exposure which is the function of your camera's light meter. It is done for colour accuracy.
Answered by: peter
Date published: 2021-04-06
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