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X-RITE COLORCHECKER PASSPORT

Web Code: 586RES292  •  Mfr Code: MSCCPP
X-RITE COLORCHECKER PASSPORT
Only $139.99 CAD
X-RITE COLORCHECKER PASSPORT is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 35.
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Product Highlights
  • Raw Color Power
  • Capture Accurate Color
  • Enhance Portraits & Landscapes
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  • Raw Color Power
  • Capture Accurate Color
  • Enhance Portraits & Landscapes
  • For Color Control and Consistency
  • Control and Creativity from Capture to Edit
  • Reduce your image processing time and improve quality control in your Raw workflow by combining the powerful color capabilities of the ColorChecker Passport and Adobe Imaging solutions
  • Quickly and easily capture accurate color, instantly enhance portraits and landscapes, and maintain color control and consistency from capture to edit
  • ColorChecker Passport is a powerful "capture to edit" color solution for any photographer looking for more accurate, consistent color and creative flexibility
  • When you combine ColorChecker Passport with Adobe Imaging solutions you'll gain even greater benefits
  • ColorChecker Passport combines three photographic targets into one pocket size protective, multi-positionable case that adjusts to any scene
  • Together with the included camera calibration software, you get the ultimate in functionality, flexibility and portability
  • There are so many ways to incorporate ColorChecker Passport into your Raw workflow
  • Whether you take advantage of the entire solution, or just a couple of ColorChecker Passport's many features, you'll realize improved quality and productivity almost immediately
  • Creative Enhancement Target - neutralize and create your look with enhancement patches; check and evaluate shadow details or highlight clipping; check and control color shifting
  • Classic Target - industry standard color reference target for creating DNG profiles and for evaluating specific colors
  • White Balance Target - create custom in-camera white balance for a consistent white point in a set of images, eliminating the need to correct each image later
  • Camera Calibration Software - includes both a desktop application and an Adobe Lightroom Plug-In for creating custom DNG profiles
  • Portable Protective Case - adjusts to accommodate multiple positions so you can adjust the targets to any scene. Also includes a handy lanyard
  • Shooting JPEG Not RAW?
  • You'll still gain many great benefits when you include ColorChecker Passport in your workflow
  • White Balance Target:
  • Ensure your JPEG files are captured with the correct white point
  • Eliminate the chance of any extreme white balance errors which cannot be corrected later in JPEG workflow
  • Save time on post production edits of each individual shot
  • Creative Enhancement Target:
  • Evaluate and optimize shadow details or highlight clipping with gray ramp patches
  • Use as visual reference for color spectrum and color adjustment with HSL (hue, saturation, lightness) patches
  • Warm or cool images
  • Classic Target:
  • Photograph the Classic target in the same lighting as your images and use as a visual reference to help with color correction
  • System Requirements:
  • Windows
  • Microsoft Windows XP 32 or 64 bit (with latest Service Pack installed)
  • Microsoft Windows Vista 32 or 64 bit (with latest Service Pack installed)
  • 512MB RAM
  • Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon XP or better CPU
  • 200 MB of available disk space
  • User must have Administrator rights to install, uninstall the application
  • Monitor resolution of 1024x768 pixels or higher
  • Internet connection required for software update
  • Macintosh
  • Mac OSX 10.4.11 or 10.5.x (with the latest updates installed)
  • G4 Processor or higher (Intel recommended) or . . .
  • Mac OSX 10.6
  • 512 MB RAM
  • 350 MB of available disk space
  • User must have Administrator rights to install and uninstall the application
  • Monitor resolution of 1024x768 pixels or higher
  • Internet connection required for software update
  • Compatible Software Supporting DNG Profiles
  • Adobe Lightroom 2.0 or newer
  • Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw 4.5 or newer
  • Adobe Photoshop CS3 or newer
  • Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 or newer
  • Adobe Bridge CS3 or newer
  • For use in a Raw editor
  • Any Raw editor with click custom white balance capability
  • Physical Specifications:
  • Size: 125mm (H) x 90mm (W) x 9mm (T)
  • Weight: 80 grams or 3 oz
  • Humidity range: 85% or less, non-condensing
  • Temperature range for normal use of the case: 32° - 104° Fahrenheit / 0° - 40°Celsius
 
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spectacular images - worth every dollar I've been shooting with L zoom lenses for several years -- primarily wedding work -- and always considered the long end of the 24-70 or the short end of the 70-200 as suitable for portaits (using a full-frame 5D sensor), but nothing prepared me for the superior clarity and gorgeous bokeh of this lens. The lens is heavy, and is slow to focus, as most reviewers note, but this is a small trade-off for the superior performance. The razor-sharp DoF can work against you if you're tempted to shoot 1.2 all the time, but it definitely adds extreme drama when you've focused correctly. This is the best lens you can have for portrait or low-light photography.
Date published: 2009-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of my Best "L" lenses I've just finished making a few portrait shots with this lens and I must say, I am amazed by the image quality. The images have a great contrast, sharpness, and beautiful clarity; even at aperture wide open. The background blur (bokeh) is ASTONISHING--it just melts like cream. I was very nervous at first convincing myself about the price. However, the instant I saw the pictures I made with this lens, my worries quickly were put to rest, and great happiness and satisfaction filled my soul! If you are in the market to have "THE" best 85mm lens in the world, and you have the money, don't think twice and purchase this lens. You will be very happy you did.
Date published: 2012-03-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from very fast but at a cost. I love this lens, the DOF is extremely low as one would expect. I can shoot in near total darkness as long as I have a light for focus assist. Ambient light looks true and beautiful! With that said however this lens is the worst of all I own for backlit subjects. The chromatic aberration is awful, and it is nearly impossible to focus. Keeping in mind manual focus only works to around 4.0 I find myself constantly using auto, which is fast and fine most of the time, but very time consuming and annoying with an even slightly backlit subject. I wouldn't trade this lens for anything, but for variable light situations, I would always carry a backup.
Date published: 2013-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the best lenses out there!!! If you want a great portrait lens with a fast aperture and razor sharp images, LOOK NO FURTHER. Although this lens hits your wallet HARD, I would say this is the best lens I own. (this includes 35mm f/1.4L, 70-200mm f/2.8L IS, 400mm f/2.8L, 24-105mm f/4L, etc.) I have used it on my 30D, 5D Mark II and 1D Mark III and it is stellar across the board. And even though I like it the most on my full-frame sensor body, the cropping factor of a 30D, etc. did not bother me. 90% of my favorite images have come from this lens. And, unless you're trying to photograph sports, I don't think the auto-focus is THAT slow. Sure there are faster lenses out there, but it is still the best.
Date published: 2009-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from PERFECT Now more than one year later, this is portrait lens of record for 15,000 images. The glass is heavy and the autofocus has to struggle a bit with all the mass to move, but when the beep goes off you are razor thin focused at full open aperature. I leave my flash in my bags and just love to grab portraits in deep shadows for the most dramatic lighting effects available. If it weren't for the required f5.6 tripod group shots at the weddings I'd only use this one wide open for nearly everything. People think I am a decent photographer, it is really THIS lens. Thanks Canon, a fan for life
Date published: 2011-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Glass Around! Canon has built another truly amazing lens in the 85mm f/1.2L. I bought this one primarily for portraits, but also out of video curiosity with my 5D Mark II. Wow, great choice! The background blur at 1.2 is really amazing, and I haven't found focusing to be much of an issue (even while chasing around a couple of toddlers). Trick is to set the camera's autofocus mode to "one shot", put your desired focusing sensor on the subjects eye (or wahtever you want to be sharp), and fire away. The result is breathtaking!
Date published: 2009-07-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great glass, but poor focus ring This is a great piece of glass, but shooting at f1.2 results in such shallow depth-of-field that manual focus is essential. This is where the lens has a terrible fault. The focus ring is not really manual, it requires the camera to be turned on to power the focusing ring. The electronics translate manual focus into actual focus. The feel is very awkward, the ring feels too loose, and focus is not as precise. Also, to protect the lens from being stored in an extended position, it requires that you consciuosly refocus the lens to retract it before turning the camera off or changing lenses.
Date published: 2009-10-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredibly sharp lens Between my 135/2 and this 85/1.2, I shoot 90% of my work. This is an incredibly sharp lens that makes the most of the current crop of hi-res sensors. I used the 85/1.8, which in and of itself is pretty sharp, for years, but the 85/1.2 leaves it in the dust. Also, less chromatic aberration on the highlight edges.
Date published: 2010-07-15
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