|Brand Name||Michael Tapes Design|
|Item model number||G7|
|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 3.5 x 0.1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6 x 3.5 x 0.05 inches|
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WhiBal G7 White Balance Studio Card
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- Best specs of any gray card product (a*&b* < 0.5 from perfect neutral)
- Only WhiBal is precision measured to certify specs of each and every card shipped.
- Designed for perfect compatibility with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
- Sturdy and virtually indestructible only .040" thick. Scratch, fade, and water resistant..
- Complete with WhiBal Studio card and 6mil polybag case
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With more than 40,000 customers, the Genuine WhiBal has become the standard in the industry for precision WB Reference "Gray Cards". Each and every card is measured with a precision spectrophotometer to assure you that *your* card meets our industry leading specification of +/-0.5 within the a* and b* channels. Do not be fooled by RGB measurements (they have no meaning in this context). Very simply, WhiBal combines all the best features of all available White Balance cards, and meets or exceeds their technical performance in a unique package that can be used conveniently in all your shooting situations. In addition, WhiBal provides convenient neutral White and Black reference areas for setting dynamic range in your digital capture using the Black and White Eyedroppers available in RAW conversion software, Photoshop™, and most other editing software. Check out the educational videos on-line. (Search for WhiBal). They tell the entire story. Feature Summary: • Sized to fill your entire viewfinder for in-camera White Balance Reference.(3.5x6 inches). • It is basically indestructible, waterproof, etc • All 4 reference "colors" are essentially equal to or better than all tested "reference cards" for neutrality and spectral flatness. • All cards are designed for low reflectivity, except the BlackPoint sticker which intentionally is highly reflective so that maximum Blackpoint level may be achieved. • Larger are smaller sizes are available. • Can be used to set white balance reference, Black point and White point. • WhiBal is a product of PictureFlow LLC, is patent-pending and proudly made in the USA.
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There are so many products, from very cheap (from coffee filters to playing "I spy something white") to very expensive contraptions claiming a white balance experience so incredible you'll feel like a York Peppermint Patty from the clean, clear cooling effect. I figured I'd meet somewhere in the middle and invested in a professionally designed device with clear instructions, a professionally presented website, and a lot of positive reviews from people who have actually purchased and used this item.
After using the WhiBal card, I am glad I did not over-buy a more sophisticated product that may be excellent, but would be overkill for what I needed. I'm also glad I didn't just settle for utilizing a vagrant white target I could try and balance my colors on.
I plan on buying the smaller card I can keep in my wallet for those spontaneous shots my studio card isn't invited to.
I haven't been in the dslr arena very long, and I don't profess to know everything about digital photography, but when I do drink beer....I prefer Dos.....Oops....I'll just close by saying this white balance card is excellent, and I couldn't be happier.
My only complaint is, for spending this much money on this product, the least they could have done was include the "s-clip" to make it stand or hang. It came with a sleeve (which is kinda of flimsy but feels like it's made from that tear-resistant stuff) and a plastic zip bag to protect your card.... but sadly, no clip, so it got 4 stars instead of 5.
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The WhiBal G7 is a good tool for post production, software editing. The white and black reference help for adjusting Levels. The neutral color of the card itself is a good enough reference for adjusting midtones. I say "good enough", because midtone adjustment can be very subjective.
As for RAW editing of white balance I have found that the eye dropper picks on the card in the same file image will yield different results with each pick. The variance of picks is not huge, but it is something to keep in mind when editing. I don't blame this variance on the card. However, this does make a good lesson for demonstrating the subtle differences in light and the stacking of tolerances between lens, sensor, software, and everything else before, after, and in between.
While 3.5" X 6" is a decent size, I usually find it to be too small to fill the frame when attempting to set in-camera, custom white balance without casting a shadow from me or the camera lens. Obviously, this is partly due to the choice of lenses that I use, shooting distance, and light source location. That being said, when I have been in tough lighting situations such as snow, I do my best to get a custom white balance set using the WhiBal, because even though the setting is only good for that one spot at that one time, I believe that I get a closer setting to reality than the camera can get. Also, that custom setting coupled with some WhiBal card shots really speed up post processing.