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B+W 52mm #29 Dark Red (091) Filter

B&H # BW09152 MFR # 65-072087
B+W 52mm #29 Dark Red (091) Filter

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  • #29 Filter for General B&W Contrast
  • Rugged Brass Filter Ring
  • High Quality Schott Glass

You Pay: $41.00

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The B+W 52mm #29 Dark Red (091) Filter is a basic contrast filter, primarily for use with black and white film. This dark red filter dramatically darkens skies, cuts through haze, and increases overall contrast. When compared to the red #25 filter, the #29 produces even darker, black skies and a more surreal contrast between foliage, clouds, and sky. There is an 8x filter factor with this filter, requiring an increase of 3 stops for normal exposure.

B+W filters are constructed from high quality Schott glass for increased optical clarity and color fidelity. They feature a brass filter ring for durability as well as jamming prevention.

Dark red contrast filter for black and white film dramatically darkens skies, cuts through haze, and gives greater contrast overall.
Provides surreal contrast and results in very dark, almost black skies.
Constructed from high quality Schott glass for optical clarity.
Brass filter ring helps to prevent jamming and provides additional strength.
Type Dark red
Size 52 mm
Grade #29 (091)
Filter Factor 8 (3 stops)
Effect Dramatically darkens skies, increase in overall contrast
Construction Schott glass
Front Filter Thread Size 52 mm
Front Lens Cap Size 52 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.13 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 2.6 x 2.6 x 0.9"
B+W 52mm #29 Dark Red (091) Filter
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    4.0

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    By Ernie

    from Port St. Lucie, FL

    About Me Photography Student

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    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Black White Film
        • Color Correction

        Comments about B+W 52mm #29 Dark Red (091) Filter:

        I am a Photography student and the filter I bought makes a world of difference in my Black & White photos. I am still learning about filters and their uses.

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        4.0

        For IR use

        By hjkupfer

        from Potomac, MD

        About Me Semi-pro Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

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

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Image Manipulation

          Comments about B+W 52mm #29 Dark Red (091) Filter:

          I bought the Dark Red glass filter along with Rollei 400 IR 35mm for my return to IR photography, Compared the result using an R72 opaque IR filter. A expected the R72 gave a more characteristic IR dark black sky. The 029 filter is much better than the 025red filter for IR photography.

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