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Rosco Cinegel #3403 Filter - Rosco N.6 - 20x24" Sheet

B&H # RO3403S Mfr # RS340311
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Cinegel filters are meticulously manufactured on a heat-resistant base polymer utilizing a patented deep-dyed technology for optical clarity.

On-line computerized colorimetry continuously monitors color and density against strict standards, thus assuring a reliable and consistent product.

Neutral Density filters reduce the level of exterior light and bring it within the exposure range of interior light levels.

Color Rosco N.6
Size 20" x 24" (51x61cm) Sheet
Transmission 25%, -2.0s
Application Reduces light intensity two stops. Optically clear.

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#3403 Filter - Rosco N.6 - 20x24"
 
4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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5.0

Roscoe ND Gel

By FrancesS

from Wichita Falls, Texas

About Me Pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Good Color Value
  • Long-Lasting
  • Powerful

Cons

    Best Uses

    • General Use
    • Indoors
    • Outdoors
    • Special Events

    Comments about #3403 Filter - Rosco N.6 - 20x24":

    Great gel to knock down light levels by 2 stops. Takes the heat!

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    5.0

    [...]great product!

    By JC Irish

    from Edmond, OK

    About Me Casual Photographer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about #3403 Filter - Rosco N.6 - 20x24":

        This stuff is great for knocking down light levels, would recommend to anyone.

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        • No

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        5.0

        Works great

        By Ken

        from Highlands Ranch, CO

        About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

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              Comments about #3403 Filter - Rosco N.6 - 20x24":

              I use this on a Lowel Omni Light and it works great.

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              4.0

              A bit flimsy but good enough for me

              By Redg

              from Philippines

              About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Accurate

              Cons

              • Flimsy

              Best Uses

              • General Use
              • Outdoors

              Comments about #3403 Filter - Rosco N.6 - 20x24":

              I bought this filter sheet for use with a Polaroid SX-70 camera. Because Polaroid no longer produces film for the camera, 600 film has to be modified for use with it. I cut a pack filter from a pattern online, slipped it in the film pack, and the exposures turned out ok. The only problem I see is that the filter is too flimsy and will probably get wrinkled if I try to re-use the filter with another pack.

              Hence, I've opted to modify the camera instead by removing the ND filter over its electric eye.

              Still, this presents a good option for those who want to continue using their old Polaroid cameras without having to modify them.

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