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LEE Filters RF75 Black and White Filter Set (Requires Filter Holder)

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The Lee RF75 Black and White Filter Set contains two of the basics for any black and white shooter. These are two of the most valuable contrast filters one can add to their gear bag.

Yellow #8 Filter
This filter is commonly used for a noticeable increase in contrast with black and white films.

Light Red 23A Filter
This filter is used in black and white photography to suppress blue and greatly brighten red. It produces contrast effects that darken sky and water, as in more dramatic architectural photography.

The Lee RF75 Rangefinder Filter Holder System offers a small, portable, flexible filter system to users of all camera formats. From small, high-end digital cameras to traditional medium and large format shooters, the RF75 is designed with a lightweight and compact design making it a perfect choice for outdoor shooting.    

This system was originally targeted for small, rangefinder point-and-shoot users. However, it is an eminently viable alternative for anyone needing a compact, full-featured filter system at a reasonable price point. Film shooters as well will find this system of great benefit.

The system holds filters sized 75 x 90mm. The front assembly of the holder has been laser etched for repeatable positioning of the holder. In that way, graduated filters can be used over and over again with the same results. This is a huge benefit to rangefinder users who cannot see the effects of the filters through their viewfinder.  The two filters slots on the holder have been designed to cover the widest lenses available in today's market.

Note! RF75 Filter Holder sold separately

Yellow Filter
Especially useful for added contrast between blue sky with clouds and foreground
Red Filter
More effective in cutting through haze, and moonlight effects are easily accomplished
Creates greater contrast between foliage and flowers
Type B&W Filter Kit
Size Fits the RF75 Filter Holder (75mm x 90mm)
  • Yellow: 8
  • Red: 23A
  • Filter Factor
  • Yellow: 2 (+1 stop)
  • Red: 2.66 (+1.3 stops) (approx)
  • Multi-Coated Not Applicable
    Rotating Not Applicable
  • Yellow: Contrast control, enhanced skin tones, tonal corrections and more dramatic landscapes; Noticeable increase in contrast with black and white films
  • Red: Absorbs green and blue and enhances red
  • Application
  • Yellow: Offers the most correct tonal range contrast to produce natural clouds against blue skies
  • Red: Create dramatic sky effects, emphasizing cloud contrast for landscapes; Simulate a moonlit scene at midday with slight underexposure; Helps cut through fog and haze
  • Color Temperature Not Applicable
    Construction Resin
    Front Filter Thread Size Not Applicable
    Front Lens Cap Size Not Applicable
    LEE Filters RF75 Black and White Filter Set (Requires Filter Holder)
  • RF75 Yellow #8 Filter
  • RF75 Light Red 23A Filter
  • Filter pouch

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    Care & Cleaning

    Pearstone -  Microfiber Cleaning Cloth, 18% Gray (7 x 7.9")
    • You Pay: $4.99

    Books & Tutorials

    LEE Filters -  Book: Inspiring Professionals
    • You Pay: $20.00
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