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  • posted bydunantar on 02/05/2014

    Being a professional in the field of image creation (Photo & video) makes this item absolutely indispensable. You can find lots of balance cards most of them are very very expensive. If you don't care about perfection but want to do things properly, you are a beginner or if you work on a very... Read more

    White balance Little defect Sewing detail Grey focus

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  • posted bybart.van.eynde on 01/18/2014

    It does all that was promised: A grey card, a focussing point and a white balance field. It has a nice grip that fits on a lighting stand. perfect for use in my home studio. it is not foldable and so to big to take along in my bag. a (better) product description is needed on the site as the alone... Read more

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  • posted bybigenius on 02/04/2013

    This is a great quality product that competes with the much more expensive ones where all you pay for is the brand. I've been using a few over the years and this is as good as them. A large plus is that the frame is made of metal and not plastic. Do what it should at a great price. I really don't... Read more

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  • posted byskocko76 on 11/27/2012

    Multifunctional utility! It can be used as focusing screen (place it in the same plane as your model's eyes to get a better focus through the eyepiece), whitebalance graycard and as a light reflector (even though it's quite small for that) Mine came with a stain on it's white surface... not a big... Read more

    reflective surface- can you tell? :) (dark around) CAmera focusing screen

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    posted byMuffe on 04/06/2011

    Bigger than I thought. Grey side is good for focusing, obviously. Other side is white so it's great for taking white balance too. Durable. Bigger than I thought. A bit too expensive. Carrying puch is a bit too big and it could also be designed for the focusing screen when it's folded smaller. It... Read more

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  • posted byetikka on 12/28/2010

    - Focusing is quick and works in situations where there's less than optimal amount of light. - The bag has enough size that it's easy to put the screen in - The screen feels quite sturdy. - The white balance is quite correctly determined. - The bag had some loose strings - The white side of the a... Read more

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  • posted bysubstitute on 07/22/2010

    This kind of white balance target comes in handy from time to time when taking photos in weird mixed lighting conditions. The build quality in this one seems to be just fine and the metal frame makes it safe to bend (I hope). You can fold it down to save space and use a rubber band or something I... Read more

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  • posted bytrazomfreak on 04/25/2010

    -Portable. -Fits in my camera bag. -Two sided: one gray, one white. -White side for a bit of fill light, or WB. -Easy to fold. -Flexible metal type frame. -Not flimsy. -Comes with a bag. -Great size! -Does it's job. -Bag is lower quality than product. -Bag keeps it from opening up, but doesn't it... Read more

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  • posted byleonardlow on 10/22/2009

    * Amazing, strong, bendy frame! * FILM grey card (darker than a digital grey card) with target for pre-setting manual focus. * Portable mini white REFLECTOR. Excellent for macro work in bright sunlight. * Not a digital grey card; digital exposures will be *very* slightly overexposed when off this... Read more

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  • posted bynoldy on 01/04/2009

    The price is really a bargain compare to other stores that sell the same item like this. I read all the reviews of those who bought this before me here and they are all scared of folding it. So, what I did when I got mine i took a peak of what material it's build. To my surprise the frame of this... Read more

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