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Hoya 67mm Orange G (HMC) Multi-Coated Glass Filter for Black & White Film

You Pay: $29.95

This orange filter darkens blue, violet, green and yellow-green. It particularly useful for all landscape and architectural photography(on black and white film) requiring vivid contours. The sky is distinctly toned with the clouds clearly contrasted against it. It is suitable for landscapes and nature scenes. Multicoated to minimize reflection at the filter surfaces which reduces flare and ghosting.

Filter factor is 2.5 (+1.3 stops)

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Hoya67mm Orange G (HMC) Multi-Coated Glass Filter for Black & White Film
 
5.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Excellent product!!!

By Javier Hernandez

from Mexico City

About Me Casual Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Clear Optics
  • Easy To Use
  • Firm Mount

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Image Manipulation

    Comments about Hoya 67mm Orange G (HMC) Multi-Coated Glass Filter for Black & White Film:

    This is a great orange filter ti use in B&W photo, 100% guaranteed.

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    5.0

    Nice balance

    By Loewe

    from Honolulu, HI

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Clear Optics
    • Easy To Use
    • Firm Mount
    • Strong Construction

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Color Correction
      • Image Manipulation
      • Lens Protection

      Comments about Hoya 67mm Orange G (HMC) Multi-Coated Glass Filter for Black & White Film:

      I prefer the Orange filter for balanced contrast for B&W photography. I find yellow not strong enough and red often becomes too dramatic. Hoya makes a nice product for the right price.

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      5.0

      Hoya Orange (G) HMC Filter

      By Bill

      from Orinda, CA

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Accurate grading
      • Multicoating
      • Optical clarity

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Architecture
        • Bacl-and-White
        • Detailed Protraits
        • landscape

        Comments about Hoya 67mm Orange G (HMC) Multi-Coated Glass Filter for Black & White Film:

        The classic orange (G) filter, in use for so many years from Kodak and others, is a normal B&W filter for use in landscape photography, especially when texture is part of the subject and/or sky needs darkening but not overly so.
        Hoya's multicoating is a must of you're going to mount the filter onto an expensive, multicoated lens.

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