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LEE Filters 209 0.3 Neutral Density Filter (48" x 25' Roll on 1" Core)

BH #LE209R1 • MFR #209R/1
LEE Filters 209 0.3 Neutral Density Filter (48" x 25' Roll on 1" Core)
Key Features
  • Reduces Light Output
  • 1-Stop Reduction
  • 0.3 Density for 3200K Tungsten
  • 50% Light Transmission for 3200K
The 209 0.3 Neutral Density Filter from LEE Filters is designed to reduce the output of a light fixture by one stop. When applied, no additional coloration or contrast is created. 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 209R Overview

The 209 0.3 Neutral Density Filter from LEE Filters is designed to reduce the output of a light fixture by one stop. When applied, no additional coloration or contrast is created. 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.

Under 3200K tungsten light, the 209 0.3 Neutral Density Filter exhibits a 0.3 density and transmits light at 50%. Under 6774K Source C light, the filter exhibits a 0.29 density and transmits light at 51.2%.

LEE Filters 209R Specs

General
Color/EffectNeutral Density
Transmission50% at 1 Stop 3200K
51.2% at 1 Stop 6774K
Density0.3 (1 Stop)
Filter Number209
Physical
Filter MaterialPolyester
ShapeRoll
DimensionsW: 48 x H: 300" / W: 1.22 x H: 7.62 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.71 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)1.75 x 1.75 x 1.13"
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Date published: 2021-01-28
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