|Place of Origin:||shenzhen|
|Brand Name:||3NH brand|
|Model Number:||ITE Color Matching Chart (a girl with carnation)|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Packaging Details:||Carton package|
|Delivery Time:||2 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, Western Union|
|Model:||TE273||Origin:||Made In China|
3nh TE273 Natural skin tone test charts for evaluating the flesh tone rendition of electronic cameras
The Natural Skin Tone test charts TE273 are designed for evaluating the flesh tone rendition of electronic cameras. The series of five single versions and two different groups provides different skin tones of natural, not made-up persons. Therefore the reproduction of the natural texture of the skin can also be evaluated.
The TE273 is also available as a set of six charts: the five single portraits and one group. The sets are available in the format K360 and are enclosed in a folder (equivalent to the Chart Folders used for the Studio Kit).
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The Imatest Enhanced ISO 12233:2014 E-SFR chart has all the features of the Standard chart, keeping the 3:2 aspect ratio, with the addition of six added slanted squaresfor measuring performance near the image boundaries and hyperbolic wedges for visual analysis or analysis with the Imatest Wedge module. It also has 16 color patches when produced with technologies that allow color. Since these additions are in regions of the chart not covered by the standard, compliance with the standard is unaffected.
The differences between the Imatest charts and the chart illustrated in the standard are listed below. Even with these differences the Imatest chart is in full compliance with the standard.
The differences between the Enhanced and Standard Versions are as follows:
This chart will work with the fully-automated eSFR ISO module.
The values of the 11-graduated gray scale are as follows:
|Step||Density||Reflectance in %|
The density values are based on BaSo4 = 0. Two black fields and a white field are located between the gray scales, the density of the black filed is D > 2.4 (reflectance < 0.5 %). The density of the white filed is D = 0.05 (reflectance = 89.9 %).