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Harbor Digital Design Quick Spot Color Filters (2 x 3.5", 6 Gels)

Harbor Digital Design Quick Spot Color Filters (2 x 3.5", 6 Gels)


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Product Highlights

  • For Quick Spot Grid System
  • Adds Color to your Scene
  • Primary Green, Primary Red
  • Dark Blue, Medium Yellow
  • Cosmetic Pink, 1/2 CTO
  • Vinyl Pouch
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Harbor Digital Design Quick Spot Color Filters are for the Quick Spot Honeycomb spot system. These excellent filters are used to add color to either the background or for a special effect in a portrait or product shot.

These resin filters are manufactured by the Lee Filter Company. For anyone familiar with the photographic industry, Lee is a high-end filter company that takes pride in producing quality products for film and video shooters. The filters come in a handy vinyl pouch that provides easy access to the contents.

The filters slip in and out of the honeycomb with no effort. No additional attachments are required and filters can be rapidly exchanged during a shooting session. Simply remove the universal collar, push out the honeycomb, slide the filter in, replace the honeycomb and collar and you're ready to shoot.

Mounts inside the honeycomb grid
Use for background or special effects
Excellent for portrait or product shots
Dimensions 2.0 x 3.5" (5.1 x 8.9 cm)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.02 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 6.0 x 0.1"
Harbor Digital Design Quick Spot Color Filters (2 x 3.5", 6 Gels)
  • Primary Red Gel
  • Primary Green Gel
  • Dark Blue Gel
  • Medium Yellow Gel
  • Cosmetic Pink Gel
  • 1/2 CT Orange Gel
  • Vinyl Pouch
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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