ExpoDisc 2.0 - Professional White Balance Filter

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Save Time Editing White Balance in Photos and Video

Use the ExpoDisc to Save Time Editing White Balance in Photos and Video

Set white balance, meter for exposure and dust map your sensor with the only calibrated and certified 18% transmission incident light metering filter.

Customer Testimonial

"When I got home from my engagement session, I uploaded everything and culled right away. I woke up this morning and started "editing"... 15 minutes ago. And, now, I'm done. I keep going back frantically feeling like I'm missing something. Why did it go so fast?? Why don't I have to really edit anything?! I had heard that the ExpoDisc was awesome for nailing perfect while balance, but what I didn't realize is that it also helps to achieve the perfect exposure too! The ExpoDisc is a game-changer for my business, and it was so much easier to use than I thought!" - Tina Kraemer, Pure In Art Photography

ExpoDisc 2.0 Features:

  • Quickly set white balance for photo and video
  • Meter 18% Incident Exposure
  • Dust Map Your Image Sensor
  • Made in USA - Hand Calibrated for Accuracy

ExpoDisc 2.0 Contents:

ExpoDisc 2.0 Professional White Balance Filter
Comfortable Lanyard
Fabric Pouch
Calibration Certification Card
User Quickstart Guide

Larger ExpoDisc Sizes Can Be Used with Smaller Lenses

As with the original ExpoDisc, a larger ExpoDisc can be used with smaller filter size lenses by simply holding the ExpoDisc over the lens during the white balance procedure.

ExpoDisc is Hand Calibrated in the USA

The ExpoDisc is tested by hand on a transmission spectrophotometer and individually adjusted using custom formulated materials to ensure an 18% total light transmission across the visible spectrum.  This neutrality is important because using a non-neutral tool for white balance can actually add undesirable color casts to images.  Each ExpoDisc 2.0 includes a quality control card to certify its neutrality.

Check out this blog post from Bry Cox to learn more about the ExpoDisc:

Get Perfect Color in Camera with the ExpoDisc