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Equinox 67mm Underwater Color Filter for Blue Water

B&H # EQCF67BW MFR # 67MMBW
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  • Underwater Color Correction Filter
  • Compensates for Overwhelming Blue Cast
  • For Use in Water Up to 70 Feet Deep
  • Alternative to Artificial Light Sources

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The Equinox 67mm Underwater Color Filter for Blue Water is a red color correction filter designed specifically for underwater photography use. This filter counters the overwhelming blue color cast that is caused by saltwater, which can lessen the vibrancy of underwater subjects. A red filter mimics the use of artificial lighting and helps to balance colors to their natural appearance. This filter is ideal for use in waters 10-70' / 3.1-21.3m deep.

Red underwater filter restores red coloring that is absorbed by the blue color of water.
Ideal for all types of imaging in water depths from 10-70' / 3.1-21.3m.
Ideal for use in water as an alternative to artificial light sources.
Filter Type Underwater color correction filter
Size 67 mm
Effect Used to compensate for blue color cast of water
Equinox 67mm Underwater Color Filter for Blue Water
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