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B+W 49mm UV Black (403) Filter

B&H # BW40349 Mfr # 65-011393
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You Pay: $88.50
Product Highlights
  • Blocks Visible Light, Passes UV A
  • Used in UV Reflection Photography
  • Forensic and Fluorescence Photography
  • Rugged Black Brass Filter Ring
  • High Quality Schott Glass

The B+W 49mm UV Black (403) Filter is a specialized filter used to block visible light while allowing UV A radiation (320-385nm) to pass through. This filter differs significantly to the more well known UV filter, which does the opposite by blocking UV radiation. The UV Black filter visibly appears completely black and is used in combination with specially sensitized films for applications such as forensic photography, material research, and fluorescence photography. Depending on the illumination and materials being used, the filter factor ranges from 8 to 20 (3 to 4.3 stops).

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.

Used for ultraviolet reflection photography in forensics or material research applications.
Can be used as a filter for a UV-emitter when working in fluorescence photography.
Depending on applications and materials being used, the filter factor ranges from 8 to 20 (3 to 4.3 stops).
Constructed from high quality Schott glass for optical clarity.
Brass filter ring helps to prevent jamming and provides additional strength.
Type UV black
Size 49 mm
Grade 403
Filter Factor 8-20 (3 to 4.3 stops)
Effect Passes UV A radiation and blocks visible light
Application Forensic and other specialized photography requiring specific UV filtration
Construction Schott glass
Front Filter Thread Size 49 mm
Front Lens Cap Size 49 mm
B+W 49mm UV Black (403) Filter
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty
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    You can't get a real UV with this filter

    By St.

    from Philadelphia, PA

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Firm Mount
    • Strong Construction

    Cons

    • Inconsistent Effect
    • Not correct color

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      Comments about B+W 49mm UV Black (403) Filter:

      You can't really get a real UV with this filter. It leaks lots of visible and IR light.
      The images coming with this filter have some interesting effect, which looks more like enhanced IR, than UV.
      I feel sorry I bought it, but I had to try.

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