Kodak Color Separation Guide
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the extreme low usage (<<0.1%) of this outdated target, it is not supported anymore in Delt.ae .
The Kodak Color Control Patches, or Kodak Color Separation Guide is a image quality target with 18 (colored) patches. It is similar in shape as the Kodak Gray Scale, with which it is frequently used in combination. Kodak states this target helps the photographer compare the color of the subject with known printing colors, and help the operator identify color separation negatives and positives for color reproduction processes. With the introduction of digital photography, the popularity of this target has declined.
The target has a half toned set of colors, notably CMYK and RGB. There are two versions: the Q13 and the Q14. The former is the small size (8") and the Q14 is the larger target with a length of approximately 14". Contrary to the Kodak Gray Scale, it also contains a ruler for size reference.
Approximate Reference Values
The following reference table contains the approximate values of all the patches of the target. It is likely that the actual values of your target differ from these values.