• X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
  • X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
  • X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
  • X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
  • X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
  • X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
  • X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
  • X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)
X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)

X-Rite ColorChecker Video (MSCCVPR)

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  • DESIGNED FOR FILMMAKERS: This color tool will help you get a better camera-to-camera match, achieve perfect exposure & easily edit for mixed lighting in a convenient portable protective case. Reduce video editing time & get to your creative look faster
  • ACCURACY & CONSISTENCY: The Color Checker includes 2 rows of 6 chromatic color chips, both saturated and de-saturated, that are specifically designed to align with the color axis on a vector scope, plus Skin Tones, Large Gray Levels & Linear Grayscale.
  • DESIGNED FOR FILMMAKERS: This color tool will help you get a better camera-to-camera match, achieve perfect exposure & easily edit for mixed lighting in a convenient portable protective case. Reduce video editing time & get to your creative look faster
  • COLOR MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE: X-Rite is the leader in color management solutions. Our color matching products can help you get you the right color every time, accurately & consistently, whether you're an enthusiast or professional photographer or filmmaker

Customer Reviews

Pretty expensive, but it works well...I needed a color card and white balance card for my amaeture studio, this card is nice...I like that I can travel with this card and it is mostly protected from scratches and finger prints. It is a little small, but seems to work well for my needs. I can use it with the focus peaking and exposure settings features I have on my recording monitor. It gives me more accuracy with my video productions.Overall, I think this card is overpriced. But, at least it works pretty well and is protected from damage when I am shooting away from my studio. I am satisfied with my purchase...5A must haveThis is a must have for those that use video or even photos. The small size makes it easy to pack and unpack when filming. It literally saves me hours a month using this so my initial white balance, color correction, and skin tones are at a correct starting point. It's stupid expensive for what it is, but over time it will pay for itself. The case of the material is a joke as you feel like your break the hinges every time you open it.I have had it for 3 months and no quality issues, but I treat it fairly well. Time will tell how it will hold up. Hopefully the next case will at least "feel" like you got your money's worth.5You need this!Wow, using this card has completely fixed my video workflow. I use the white side to set white balance, then film both sides in subject position for a few seconds on each setup. This lets me do an exact color correction in post very quickly and apply it to every clip from that setup. Being able to accurately measure each color on the vectorscope and see accurate highlight, midtone and shadow exposure values on the waveform means all my footage can be easily color corrected to a consistent standard. Matching footage is now quick and simple, even from different brand cameras.5It works! But it's inexcusably expensive This thing is very helpful to have. It has saved me time in post by helping me shoot more accurate colors and exposure. Really great for interview situations.However, in hind site I wish I got the passport version because this thing is a little inconvenient for run and gun shooting, which is the majority of what I do.I gave it 4 stars because there is no reason this thing should cost as much as it does. 4Works if You Do4 stars because documentation is terrible. The product itself is good but, as far as the 3-part exposure side, you have to figure out the best levels for your camera.Usually, you Expose to the Right off the white bar when shooting. In post, I usually set them to 90-50-10 when using HLG. However, you may want to try 85-45-05 for certain night shots or even something brighter or contrasty like 95-50-05 for extra pop. Regardless of what you set in post, ETTR gives you the best color according to Mr. Leeming and my tests have confirmed that.Kind of wish it didn t add the extra steps to my workflow but, if you care about accuracy then you need some kind of ruler. This is that tool.4Important to use an industry standard I bough the cheaper $14 clone first but found out the layout was not usable by the software that does the auto detection. Using this product combined with Lightroom or MBR color plugin instantly improves the quality of your productions. Make sure you get the photo or video version based on your primary use case. The passport version is worth the upgrade if you shoot in the field. This version needs a separate hard case or typically is mounted on a tripod in a studio set up. 5Invaluable and a MUST HAVE for Cinematographers... PERIODIf you are not using a color checker for referencing then you are doing it wrong.I am not talking about using it as a color picker even though that does come in handy when matching cameras. I am talking about when you are color correcting before your grade.We all know unless you spend a fortune on the right monitor and calibrate it -- nothing is going to be better than your scopes. Using this to reference accompanied by scopes and other tools we have at our disposal, I do not see how anyone serious about nailing imagery can go on without something like this.There are too many YouTube tutorials that teach the wrong thing and it is frustrating to see this being done. This is why I like the X-Rite. Let me elaborate.People teach the wrong way to white balance and correctly white balancing is ABSOLUTELY CRUCIAL for getting all the color information that was there when you were recording. Especially if you record RAW or ProRes. You want all the dynamic range in not just your highlights and shadows but you want it to show in your colors. Without properly white balancing first; this is not possible. The X-Rite has THE BEST white balance reference on the rear end that I have used and I have used so called 'certified' white balance cards. Simply crop your clip with the white board, set your vector-scope to 2x and boost your RGB levels (NOT SATURATION). Then bring your kelvin (if shooting RAW) or warmth/cool and tint to a point where the cropped white balance card shows as a dot right in the center of your vector-scope. DONE.. NAILED every damn time. White balance in post perfectly every time in less than 30 seconds.The next thing I like to do is use the clip of the front of the X-Rite to make sure my exposure is perfect a la scopes. Make sure the front of the board is in the light of your scene and adjust your highlights to ensure the white (highlights) are showing as 95 IRE in your waveform, adjust your gamma so the mid-tones (second to last grey swatch) are roughly in the center and adjust your shadows so your blacks (shadows) are right around 0 IRE in your waveform. This way, when you look at the scene with your talent and the highlights are not hitting 95 IRE, you know you are where you should be and don't boost your highlights too much. Then, adjust mid-tones for taste and start your grade. (I don't like crushing my blacks so I will clip them in my grade, not my color correction). I don't usually adjust exposure in the RAW file and will almost always use my levels for exposure. However, if I over exposed a lot in a scene (which I often do when shooting RAW) and highlights aren't clipped (otherwise the footage is scrapped), I may dial down the ISO (RAW adjustment only) so I have a better starting point (general crushed wave is in the center of the waveform scope).Sorry to turn this into a tutorial but I just feel this is an invaluable tool and worth every penny because of how fast it can help you get a scene color corrected and on to the fun stuff.Feel free to comment below for any questions.5Almost perfectI have both the ColorChecker Passport Video and Photo. Both seem to be the most popular standards for color calibration.Pros:Small, compact, durable plastic exteriorCons:Difficult to open and close. I worry about the long-term durability of the hinges since they are so stiff and may break if they get out of alignment and you force them open/closed.Photo and Video plastic cases are identical -- hard to tell them apart. I wish they would make each a different color to tell them apart easily.5$120?? ReallyPrice is too high. Hinges are plastic and not smooth. Would be easy to accidentily touch swatches when trying to open and close. Loud when opening and closing, plastic against plastic, no metal parts. Should have a much higher build quality for the price.4Check Color Chips Upon Arrival - X-Rite Video PassportCheck your chips upon arrival, mine had white specks on them which I was able to blow off but some hairs remained.. also, glue streaks/smudges/scratches on the chips which affect how your color software picks up and uses the tool. It looked used or poorly put together. Returned and repurchased, hoping the next one arrives with better quality control from X-Rite, especially considering the price.Will update review upon receipt of new item.Update: Upon repurchasing this item direct from Amazon, the new X-Rite ColorChecker Passport, did not have any glue smudges like my previous order (see pics), though it did still have some white shavings inside the package, which were easily blown off with a lens air cleaner. Take care of these chips folks, don't touch them and above all, check them upon arrival for good (proper) quality control from X-Rite.2Too expensive and a quality felt cheapWhile it is important to have a color checker so you can match the colors on different cameras. This product is extremely overpriced.The each individual color pallets looks like it is made of a very cheap paper with colors. Some of them seems reflective. The white one looked like it was about to peel offPhysically, when you press in to open it, you have to use some force. And you immediately noticed that it felt cheap and you wonder how much of your can you apply as you would afraid to break it.We used it yesterday (12-8) ona feature film set since we have three types of cameras. With multiple people opening and closing before each take. Everyone agrees that this is extremely cheaply made.So we all concluded this is super overpriced. And why is this so expensive? Brand. That s all.The material of each color is the same as this $9 ones you can find around Amazon.4Overall, A Great Product I will say that I haven't had a chance to use this yet, but I'm impressed. It's solid, compact, well made. The hinge is a little tight and it can be difficult to open, close, and switch between the pieces. Also, one of the stickers was coming off, but I guess it can be smoothed back down with a cloth. I'll probably order a few extras in the future. 4Very bad hinge design undercuts the products utility at this price point.A good set of reference colors and bars to simplify correction in post with the right software. But poorly manufactured case that threatens to snap every time I close it. The hinge mechanism bites in the closing that makes it feel like it will snap off. This is what I d expect from a $5 bit of plastic but not from a product costing more than $100, which is disappointing.4
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  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
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Description
  • DESIGNED FOR FILMMAKERS: This color tool will help you get a better camera-to-camera match, achieve perfect exposure & easily edit for mixed lighting in a convenient portable protective case. Reduce video editing time & get to your creative look faster
  • ACCURACY & CONSISTENCY: The Color Checker includes 2 rows of 6 chromatic color chips, both saturated and de-saturated, that are specifically designed to align with the color axis on a vector scope, plus Skin Tones, Large Gray Levels & Linear Grayscale.
  • DESIGNED FOR FILMMAKERS: This color tool will help you get a better camera-to-camera match, achieve perfect exposure & easily edit for mixed lighting in a convenient portable protective case. Reduce video editing time & get to your creative look faster
  • COLOR MANAGEMENT EXPERTISE: X-Rite is the leader in color management solutions. Our color matching products can help you get you the right color every time, accurately & consistently, whether you're an enthusiast or professional photographer or filmmaker
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Pretty expensive, but it works well...I needed a color card and white balance card for my amaeture studio, this card is nice...I like that I can travel with this card and it is mostly protected from scratches and finger prints. It is a little small, but seems to work well for my needs. I can use it with the focus peaking and exposure settings features I have on my recording monitor. It gives me more accuracy with my video productions.Overall, I think this card is overpriced. But, at least it works pretty well and is protected from damage when I am shooting away from my studio. I am satisfied with my purchase...5A must haveThis is a must have for those that use video or even photos. The small size makes it easy to pack and unpack when filming. It literally saves me hours a month using this so my initial white balance, color correction, and skin tones are at a correct starting point. It's stupid expensive for what it is, but over time it will pay for itself. The case of the material is a joke as you feel like your break the hinges every time you open it.I have had it for 3 months and no quality issues, but I treat it fairly well. Time will tell how it will hold up. Hopefully the next case will at least "feel" like you got your money's worth.5You need this!Wow, using this card has completely fixed my video workflow. I use the white side to set white balance, then film both sides in subject position for a few seconds on each setup. This lets me do an exact color correction in post very quickly and apply it to every clip from that setup. Being able to accurately measure each color on the vectorscope and see accurate highlight, midtone and shadow exposure values on the waveform means all my footage can be easily color corrected to a consistent standard. Matching footage is now quick and simple, even from different brand cameras.5It works! But it's inexcusably expensive This thing is very helpful to have. It has saved me time in post by helping me shoot more accurate colors and exposure. Really great for interview situations.However, in hind site I wish I got the passport version because this thing is a little inconvenient for run and gun shooting, which is the majority of what I do.I gave it 4 stars because there is no reason this thing should cost as much as it does. 4Works if You Do4 stars because documentation is terrible. The product itself is good but, as far as the 3-part exposure side, you have to figure out the best levels for your camera.Usually, you Expose to the Right off the white bar when shooting. In post, I usually set them to 90-50-10 when using HLG. However, you may want to try 85-45-05 for certain night shots or even something brighter or contrasty like 95-50-05 for extra pop. Regardless of what you set in post, ETTR gives you the best color according to Mr. Leeming and my tests have confirmed that.Kind of wish it didn t add the extra steps to my workflow but, if you care about accuracy then you need some kind of ruler. This is that tool.4Important to use an industry standard I bough the cheaper $14 clone first but found out the layout was not usable by the software that does the auto detection. Using this product combined with Lightroom or MBR color plugin instantly improves the quality of your productions. Make sure you get the photo or video version based on your primary use case. The passport version is worth the upgrade if you shoot in the field. This version needs a separate hard case or typically is mounted on a tripod in a studio set up. 5Invaluable and a MUST HAVE for Cinematographers... PERIODIf you are not using a color checker for referencing then you are doing it wrong.I am not talking about using it as a color picker even though that does come in handy when matching cameras. I am talking about when you are color correcting before your grade.We all know unless you spend a fortune on the right monitor and calibrate it -- nothing is going to be better than your scopes. Using this to reference accompanied by scopes and other tools we have at our disposal, I do not see how anyone serious about nailing imagery can go on without something like this.There are too many YouTube tutorials that teach the wrong thing and it is frustrating to see this being done. This is why I like the X-Rite. Let me elaborate.People teach the wrong way to white balance and correctly white balancing is ABSOLUTELY CRUCIAL for getting all the color information that was there when you were recording. Especially if you record RAW or ProRes. You want all the dynamic range in not just your highlights and shadows but you want it to show in your colors. Without properly white balancing first; this is not possible. The X-Rite has THE BEST white balance reference on the rear end that I have used and I have used so called 'certified' white balance cards. Simply crop your clip with the white board, set your vector-scope to 2x and boost your RGB levels (NOT SATURATION). Then bring your kelvin (if shooting RAW) or warmth/cool and tint to a point where the cropped white balance card shows as a dot right in the center of your vector-scope. DONE.. NAILED every damn time. White balance in post perfectly every time in less than 30 seconds.The next thing I like to do is use the clip of the front of the X-Rite to make sure my exposure is perfect a la scopes. Make sure the front of the board is in the light of your scene and adjust your highlights to ensure the white (highlights) are showing as 95 IRE in your waveform, adjust your gamma so the mid-tones (second to last grey swatch) are roughly in the center and adjust your shadows so your blacks (shadows) are right around 0 IRE in your waveform. This way, when you look at the scene with your talent and the highlights are not hitting 95 IRE, you know you are where you should be and don't boost your highlights too much. Then, adjust mid-tones for taste and start your grade. (I don't like crushing my blacks so I will clip them in my grade, not my color correction). I don't usually adjust exposure in the RAW file and will almost always use my levels for exposure. However, if I over exposed a lot in a scene (which I often do when shooting RAW) and highlights aren't clipped (otherwise the footage is scrapped), I may dial down the ISO (RAW adjustment only) so I have a better starting point (general crushed wave is in the center of the waveform scope).Sorry to turn this into a tutorial but I just feel this is an invaluable tool and worth every penny because of how fast it can help you get a scene color corrected and on to the fun stuff.Feel free to comment below for any questions.5Almost perfectI have both the ColorChecker Passport Video and Photo. Both seem to be the most popular standards for color calibration.Pros:Small, compact, durable plastic exteriorCons:Difficult to open and close. I worry about the long-term durability of the hinges since they are so stiff and may break if they get out of alignment and you force them open/closed.Photo and Video plastic cases are identical -- hard to tell them apart. I wish they would make each a different color to tell them apart easily.5$120?? ReallyPrice is too high. Hinges are plastic and not smooth. Would be easy to accidentily touch swatches when trying to open and close. Loud when opening and closing, plastic against plastic, no metal parts. Should have a much higher build quality for the price.4Check Color Chips Upon Arrival - X-Rite Video PassportCheck your chips upon arrival, mine had white specks on them which I was able to blow off but some hairs remained.. also, glue streaks/smudges/scratches on the chips which affect how your color software picks up and uses the tool. It looked used or poorly put together. Returned and repurchased, hoping the next one arrives with better quality control from X-Rite, especially considering the price.Will update review upon receipt of new item.Update: Upon repurchasing this item direct from Amazon, the new X-Rite ColorChecker Passport, did not have any glue smudges like my previous order (see pics), though it did still have some white shavings inside the package, which were easily blown off with a lens air cleaner. Take care of these chips folks, don't touch them and above all, check them upon arrival for good (proper) quality control from X-Rite.2Too expensive and a quality felt cheapWhile it is important to have a color checker so you can match the colors on different cameras. This product is extremely overpriced.The each individual color pallets looks like it is made of a very cheap paper with colors. Some of them seems reflective. The white one looked like it was about to peel offPhysically, when you press in to open it, you have to use some force. And you immediately noticed that it felt cheap and you wonder how much of your can you apply as you would afraid to break it.We used it yesterday (12-8) ona feature film set since we have three types of cameras. With multiple people opening and closing before each take. Everyone agrees that this is extremely cheaply made.So we all concluded this is super overpriced. And why is this so expensive? Brand. That s all.The material of each color is the same as this $9 ones you can find around Amazon.4Overall, A Great Product I will say that I haven't had a chance to use this yet, but I'm impressed. It's solid, compact, well made. The hinge is a little tight and it can be difficult to open, close, and switch between the pieces. Also, one of the stickers was coming off, but I guess it can be smoothed back down with a cloth. I'll probably order a few extras in the future. 4Very bad hinge design undercuts the products utility at this price point.A good set of reference colors and bars to simplify correction in post with the right software. But poorly manufactured case that threatens to snap every time I close it. The hinge mechanism bites in the closing that makes it feel like it will snap off. This is what I d expect from a $5 bit of plastic but not from a product costing more than $100, which is disappointing.4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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