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Colour Calibration Hardware

For photographers, videographers, filmmakers, illustrators, graphic designers and anyone who is a visual creative, keeping your monitor or graphics tablet calibrated should be an essential part of a workflow. Calibrating colour throughout the process, from image capture to print or digital release ensures consistency and accuracy. At Park Cameras we take colour calibration seriously and have the most highly endorsed products from Datacolour, Wacom and from X-Rite.

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If you use your own printer it is especially important to match the sRGB or Adobe RGB colour which your camera records. Failure to manage colour when editing and printing can cause quite wild variations in the finished proof, looking completely different from how they were envisaged.

Studio, product and portrait photographers who use studio lighting will often use a colour checker, white or grey card to record the white balance in the scene. This not only saves time when editing, but ensures accurate skin tones or any other tones required. Devices are also available specifically for film makers which achieve the same end result.

Similarly, a monitor can be calibrated with a device (on a regular basis), which ensures the colours and brightness are consistently viewed on screen and match with the output generated.

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Trade in your old equipment

Fast and easy trade in service ensures your old gear is collected efficiently and you are paid quickly! It's very simple to trade in your unwanted photography gear. Just head over to our dedicated Sell or Part Exchange page, fill out the details, and we'll get back to you with an offer for your old gear. Take the cash, or put it towards the cost of your new gear. It's up to you! Find out more

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