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Header image for article NAB 2014: AbelCine Matchmaker Chart

NAB 2014: AbelCine Matchmaker Chart

If you've stopped by our booth during this year's NAB show, you've probably noticed our great chart display. Along with our popular Resolution Analysis Chart, we're also showing off a brand new chart called the Matchmaker.

Designed by our own Jesse Rosen, this compact chart is meant to make the process of color-matching cameras easier and features a full color spectrum on one side and an 11-step grayscale on the other. Watch the video above as Jesse explains in more detail.

Jeff Lee
Director of Education & Product Specialization, AbelCine

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