LEE Filters 3x3" Combination Color Temperature Adjustment 81EF Pale Amber / Neutral Density (ND) 0.6 Polyester Filter - Converts from 3850K to 3200K

BH #LE81EFND.633 • MFR #81EFN6P3
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LEE Filters 3x3" Combination Color Temperature Adjustment 81EF Pale Amber / Neutral Density (ND) 0.6 Polyester Filter - Converts from 3850K to 3200K
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LEE Filters 3x3" Combination Color Temperature Adjustment 81EF Pale Amber / Neutral Density (ND) 0.6 Polyester Filter - Converts from 3850K to 3200K

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LEE Filters 81EFN6P3 Overview

The 81 Series of filters control the bluish coloration that affects daylight film. They can also remove excessive blue from the effects of electronic flash. Good for general scenics when the photographer wishes to remove the bluish cast from open shade or just add warmth to the photograph, with an 81EF having the greatest effect. Whereas the 81 Series of filters creates a feeling of warmth, the 82 Series creates a feeling of coolness.

This filter combines an 81EF with a .6 (2 stops) neutral density filter.

Lee resin filters are made from lightweight, optical polymeric materials and are available in 3 x 3" (75 x 75mm) and 4 x 4" (100 x 100mm).

81 SERIES CONVERSION FACTORS

81 decreases color temperature from 3300 - 3200 degrees Kelvin

81A decreases color temperature from 3400 - 3200 degrees Kelvin

81B decreases color temperature from 3500 - 3200 degrees Kelvin

81C decreases color temperature from 3600 - 3200 degrees Kelvin

81D decreases color temperature from 3700 - 3200 degrees Kelvin

81EF decreases color temperature from 3900 - 3200 degrees Kelvin

UPC: 619465005972

LEE Filters 81EFN6P3 Specs

Filter TypeSolid ND with 81EF Color Conversion
Density0.6 (2-Stop)
Rectangular Size3 x 3" / 75 x 75 mm
Filter MaterialGelatin
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.02 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.9 x 2.9 x 0.1"
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