SKU: GC88-LR2050

Lastolite Ezybalance 50cm Grey / White

Lastolite Ezybalance 50cm Grey / White The EzyBalance ‘point and shoot’ allows you to concentrate on the important part of photography, composition and ‘capturing the moment’. This handy double sided ‘pop up’ 18% grey/white card simplifies the complex technical issues surrounding exposure and colour correction when working in different lighting conditions. This provides a major benefit when working under pressure at events such as weddings or fashion shows. Features Colour correction pre and post capture. Exposure control pre and post capture. Accurate colour rendition. Collapsible, durable, and cleanable. Unique focusing site.

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Lastolite Ezybalance 50cm Grey / White The EzyBalance ‘point and shoot’ allows you to concentrate on the important part of photography, composition and ‘capturing the moment’. This handy double sided ‘pop up’ 18% grey/white card simplifies the complex technical issues surrounding exposure and colour correction when working in different lighting conditions. This provides a major benefit when working under pressure at events such as weddings or fashion shows. Features Colour correction pre and post capture. Exposure control pre and post capture. Accurate colour rendition. Collapsible, durable, and cleanable. Unique focusing site.

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