DSC Labs Chroma Du Monde Test Chart.
For Engineering or Location Use. Six vector colours, plus six intermediate (between vector) colours. DSC 11-step crossed greyscales, 100 IRE white and true black chips, plus four skin tone patches and Hyperbolic resolution trumpets. Standard size: 21.3\" x 13\" (54 x 33cm.)
Today's complex cameras require more than yesterday's charts to function at their peak. Thats why DSC created colourful new ChromaDuMonde (CDM) Series CamAlign Chip Charts. You can evaluate and adjust a cameras colour matrix and gamma with a waveform / vectorscope. For scsene to scene consistency record a few frames with every lighting change. Aids colour correction decisions.
ChromaDuMondes name says it all (Colours of the World). High performance charts made to the latest SMPTE 274M (ITU-R BT.709) international colorimetry.Multi-Tasking, Multi-Standard Charts -
Whether used in production or in post, ChromaDuMonde charts generate precise hexagonal-shaped displays for HD, and SD television images. After gamma is set using the charts' precise crossed grayscales, colourimetry can be set by positioning the charts' colour signals in their HD vectorscope boxes and intermediate positions. While designed primarily for HD TV calibrated offsets are provided for the purists who want to know the theoretical colourimetric differences between HD and SD for example.
Todays DOPs, producers, digital/special effects technicians and camera operators increasingly view DSC charts as necessities for optimizing their high performance cameras, and the production value of their images.
In Engineering ...
Use ChromaDuMonde to evaluate and adjust a video camera's colour matrix and gamma with a waveform/vectorscope. Charts are especially useful for accurately reproducing skin tones, custom and difficult colours - purple and turquoise, and other colours which occur at prism crossovers.
In Production ...
Check and adjust cameras on location, and immediately see the effect of any hue changes on surrounding colours. When producing green screen and other digital/special effects, ChromaDuMonde charts provide precise information about how camera hue adjustments are affecting the full gamut of colour reproduction. Image quality and consistency can be enhanced by recording chart information to tape or film, and using it in post as a baseline production reference. For scene-to-scene consistency, record a few chart frames with every lighting change - to facilitate/expedite colour-correcting, matching footage, and digital/special effects. Chart information provides a foundation for users' creativity and innovation.
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