OneShot Front and Back

OneShot®

— (matte surface) —

  • Invaluable Basic chart for use as an on-the-set reference in high pressure and time sensitive shooting environments.
  • Provides a colorist with the full dynamic range of a scene, plus DSC Precision colors and skin tones
  • Original OneShot is printed with a matte surface to reduce obvious reflections
OneShot Plus

DSC Labs OneShot Plus Chart

OneShot® Plus

— (“AcuFlect” gloss surface) —

  • The DSC Labs OneShot chart is designed to capture as much camera and scene lighting information in one shot as possible so that dailies look as close to the DP’s intent as possible.
  • Provides a colorist with the full dynamic range of a scene, plus DSC Precision colors and skin tones
  • DSC’s “AcuFlect” wide dynamic range, washable gloss surface, eliminates unreliable matte chart flare. Film-style production schedules don’t generally allow much time to shoot a glossy chart and eliminate reflections, but matte surface can be too delicate for field production
FrontBox College

College

  • 11 step crossed grayscale
  • Center “True Black” with adjacent 100 IRE chips
  • 16:9 and 4:3 framing
  • Instructions
  • DSC’s bow-tie expanded BackFocus pattern on reverse side
FrontBox Standard

Standard

  • Six CamAlign primary color chips
  • 11 step crossed grayscale
  • 16:9 and 4:3 framing
  • Instructions
  • DSC’s bow-tie expanded BackFocus pattern on reverse side
FB Professional

Professional

  • Six CamAlign primary + Four skin tones
  • 11 step crossed grayscale
  • 16:9 and 4:3 framing
  • Instructions + color and grayscale values
  • DSC’s bow-tie expanded BackFocus pattern on reverse side
FB Professional Plus

Professional Plus (12+4)

  • Six CamAlign primary + six Intermediate color chips
  • 4 skin tone correction chips
  • 11 step crossed grayscale
  • 16:9 and 4:3 framing
  • Instructions + color and grayscale values
  • DSC’s bow-tie expanded BackFocus pattern on reverse side
FB Hawkins

The Hawk QCC (Quick Check Chart)

  • White patches—for white balancing and knee setting
  • Gamma at 18% gray—for accurate iris or lighting adjustment
  • Black patches—for scene black and flare checking
  • Flesh tones—for checking consistency of flesh tones
  • Mid-gray strip top and bottom—to monitor evenness of lighting
  • 5.5 x 3” neutral white panel—for white balancing (Back)
  • 5.5 x 3” “warming” panel (Back)
  • FrameAlign chart that displays different framing options (Back)
  • Write-on area—to note slate information (Back)
FB CineZone

CineZone

  • Resolution zone plates
  • CamWhite Slate on the rear with framing options and scene info