LEE Filters 207 Full Color Temperature Orange and 0.3 Neutral Density Filter (48" x 25' Roll on 1" Core)

BH #LE207R1 • MFR #207R/1
LEE Filters 207 Full Color Temperature Orange and 0.3 Neutral Density Filter (48" x 25' Roll on 1" Core)
Key Features
  • 6500K Color Temperature to 3200K
  • +159 Mired Shift, 1-Stop Reduction
  • Can Add Warmth to a Scene
  • Reduces Light Output
The 207 Full Color Temperature Orange and 0.3 Neutral Density Filter from LEE Filters is uniform in color and with a mired shift value of +159, can be applied over a light fixture to purposely create a warm cast over a scene while reducing the output of the light fixture by one stop. This filter is constructed from polyester that is heat resistant to 356°F and is delivered as a 48" x 25' roll on a 1" core.
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LEE Filters 207R Overview

The 207 Full Color Temperature Orange and 0.3 Neutral Density Filter from LEE Filters is uniform in color and with a mired shift value of +159, can be applied over a light fixture to purposely create a warm cast over a scene while reducing the output of the light fixture by one stop. This filter is constructed from polyester that is heat resistant to 356°F and is delivered as a 48" x 25' roll on a 1" core.

This filter is useful for converting light sources with a color temperature of 6500K to 3200K. Under 3200K tungsten light, the 207 Full Color Temperature Orange and 0.3 Neutral Density Filter exhibits a 0.49 density and transmits light at 32.6%. Under 6774K Source C light, it exhibits a 0.49 density and transmits light at 32.5%.

LEE Filters 207R Specs

General
Color/EffectColor Temperature Orange and Neutral Density
Transmission32.6% at 3200K
32.5% at 6774K
Color Temperature6500 to 3200K
Filter Number207
Physical
Filter MaterialPolyester
ShapeRoll
DimensionsW: 48 x H: 300" / W: 121.92 x H: 762 cm
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