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Tiffen 62mm 80A Color Conversion Filter

Used Cat.# 961001 MFR # 6280A
Tiffen 62mm 80A Color Conversion Filter

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Used Condition: 9

Shows signs of use, but very clean

  • Cooling Color Conversion Filter
  • 3200 to 5500K Color Temp Increase
  • ColorCore Technology
Used Savings 68%

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The Tiffen 62mm 80A Color Conversion Filter helps to increase the color temperature from 3200 to 5500K, allowing the use of daylight-balanced film in tungsten-lit conditions. The cooling effect of this filter requires a 2-stop increase in exposure for normal results.

This filter is made using ColorCore technology, a process that involves laminating the filter substrate between 2 pieces of optical glass, grinding flat to a tolerance of 1/10,000th of an inch, and then mounting to precision metal rings.

Color conversion filter increases color temperature and provides a cooling effect.
Converts 3200 to 5500K for using daylight-balanced film in tungsten-lit conditions.
Filter factor of 4 requires a 2-stop increase in exposure.
Type Blue color conversion
Size 62 mm
Grade 80A
Filter Factor 4 (2 stop)
Effect Increases color temperature
Application For use when photographing with daylight-balanced film in tungsten lighting
Color Temperature 3200 to 5500K
Construction ColorCore glass
Front Filter Thread Size 62 mm
Front Lens Cap Size 62 mm
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