Schneider 4”x4” 81EF ND.9 filter
Provides a cool or bluish look to tungsten films, resulting in a warmer look compared to using the 85 filter.
Neutral Density Filter
Reduces light without affecting colour balance.
- ND.3 – reduces light by 1 stop
- ND.6 – reduces light by 2 stops
- ND.9 – reduces light by 3 stops
Category: Special Offers
Rated 0 out of 5$ 1,332.00 – $ 3,999.00
ARRI Full-Spectrum Neutral Density (FSND) filters offer superior image control with maximum flexibility and no optical compromise. ARRI FSND filters are surfaced coated, with highly-polished high optical quality glass as a base. They are distortion free, even when used in conjunction with long focal length lenses. Perfectly color neutral, exceptionally resistant to flare and glare, protective of the color within the scene, and introduce no discernible image distortions at even the longest focal lengths, they eliminate far red contamination without affecting skin tone. FSND0.3 reduces light by 1 stop, FSND0.6 reduces light by 2 stops and FSND0.9 reduces light by 3 stops.
Rated 0 out of 5$ 400.00
Film and lighting equipment manufacturers all claim that their products are balanced to "daylight" (5500K) or "tungsten" (3400K or 3200K). However, their testing is performed in laboratories under highly controlled conditions. We live and photograph in the real word. CCD and CMOS sensors from different manufactures read and interpret color differently. Film from different manufacturers render color differently. Different batches of the same film render color differently. Different lighting equipment renders color differently. The quality and age of that equipment is also a factor. The sun cannot even be relied upon, rarely shines at a perfect (5500K) and can vary widely depending on time of day, weather and pollution in the air. The KCM-3100s nine memory channels make coping with these challenges much more simple. Once you determine the correct filt ration for the film or equipment being used you can simply enter the difference between your filt ration and the meter reading into the meter’s memory. The meter will adjust all future reading accordingly.