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Gam GC850 GamColor Colored Cine Filter #850 (Primary Blue) (20x24" Sheet)

B&H # GA850S Mfr # GC850
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Product Highlights
  • High Temperature Resistant
  • Melting Point of 480° (250 C)
  • Durable, Not Surface Coated

GamColor Primary Blue Colored Cine Filters are deep dyed polyester filters for photo, video and cinematic use. GamColor scratch-resistant filters come in a wide variety of colors - as well as in sheets or rolls.

Polyester is an especially durable material with a high melting point - and more reliable than traditional gels or acetate. In addition, each filter is constructed with UV inhibitors that prevent fading and prolong the life of the filter.

Whether for cinematic, photographic or video productions, these filters offer long-life, reliability and the highest standards of design.

Note! Colors depicted may vary slightly, due to differences in computer monitors, printed media, and variances in manufacturer's dyes

Because it is deep dyed, the color will not scratch off the surface and is optically clear
The clear polyester base is highly resistant to tears, punctures, cracking and deterioration in high heat applications
The dyes used to produce GamColor are the most stable and heat resistant available
The chemical process ensures that the colors will be clean and clear with excellent transmission and consistency
GamColor quality control includes constant monitoring, from raw material to finished product.
Color Primary Blue
Transmission 5%
Dimensions 20x24" (51 x 61cm)
Gam GC850 GamColor Colored Cine Filter #850 (Primary Blue) (20x24" Sheet)
  • 20x24" Sheet
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    GC850 GamColor Colored Cine Filter #850 (Primary Blue) (20x24" Sheet)
     
    5.0

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    5.0

    Just what I needed!

    By mndync

    from nashville, tn

    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attaches Securely
    • Durable
    • Good Color Value
    • Lightweight
    • Long-Lasting
    • Powerful

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Indoors
      • Night Time
      • Outdoors
      • Portraits

      Comments about GC850 GamColor Colored Cine Filter #850 (Primary Blue) (20x24" Sheet):

      Dark gel. No need to layer gels to get saturated blue lighting.

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      5.0

      Great color

      By Schmidty

      from Mankato, MN

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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      Pros

      • Good Color Value
      • Long-Lasting

      Cons

      • Flimsy
      • Thin

      Best Uses

      • Indoors
      • Low Light
      • Night Time
      • Special Events

      Comments about GC850 GamColor Colored Cine Filter #850 (Primary Blue) (20x24" Sheet):

      Used for par 38 cans with 100 watt flood lights, up lights

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