The Ezybalance is a revolutionary tool ideal for adjusting color balance and exposure settings in both digital and film format cameras, as well as DV cams. The Ezybalance gives accurate color rendition to cameras by providing a pure white surface upon which the camera can perform a white balance. The other side of the Ezybalance provides an 18% gray card surface suitable for adjusting the camera to get the most accurate exposure setting. Conventional methods of exposure control consist of using large gray cumbersome cardboard that is easily stained and over time becomes dog-eared, posing the risk of taking incorrect exposure readings. By design, the Ezybalance 30" folds to about 10" making it infinitely more convenient and allowing it to fit into a small bag. Suitable for all environments, the Ezybalance is made of a high quality, wipe clean surface material, sewn to a sprung steel rim using triple row stitch technology - further ensuring its craftsmanship and durability. The 30" Version is great for every SLR use
Thank you. Smooth transaction. Extremely satisfied.
I use the card to match multiple HD video cameras & it would be extremely helpful if it could be 16x9.
Works great! Also doubles very nicely as reflector. Recommended.
Does what it suppose to do. Great for in studio white balancing. We move our lights and use different cameras alot. This helps alot.
The hardest part of using this product is carrying it along and figuring out how to get it back in the bag when you're done. Grey card + focus target in one make it easy to just set up in front of the subject, lock your exposure, remove the card, then shoot. There is not a lot to go wrong unless of course you have very dark blacks or light whites that you want to adjust your exposure for, since it will be set to 18% gray. The other side of the card is white so you can use it as a small reflector for close up portrait or macro work. It is a bit pricey, but it is made of very strong feeling material and makes things a lot easier when you don't feel like actually taking the time to figure out the correct exposure.