Cokin P021 80B Color Conversion Resin Filter

Cokin P021 80B Color Conversion Resin Filter

Cokin P021 80B Color Conversion Resin Filter

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Cokin P021 80B Color Conversion Resin Filter

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The 80 series of filters are blue. They are used to balance daylight film under artificial, tungsten or standard (household) incandescent lighting.

This filter measures 85 x 85mm and fits the Cokin P series holder.

Filter factor 2 (+1 stop)

80 Series Color Conversion Chart

80A increases color temperature from 3200-5500 degrees Kelvin (commonly used with 3200K lamps)

80B increases color temperature from 3400-5500 degrees Kelvin (commonly used with photoflood lamps)

80C increases color temperature from 3800-5500 degrees Kelvin (commonly used with flashbulbs)

80D increases color temperature from 4100-5500 degrees Kelvin (commonly used to remove extreme orange or red)

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Cokin P021 80B Color Conversion Resin Filter
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    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.6 x 3.7 x 0.5"
    P021 80B Color Conversion Resin Filter is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm sold on the Cokin system... And this filter adds to my collection. I am a Midwestern prairie art photographer. Looking for a way to add to my winter repertoire (it's very brown around here in the winter), I cooled off some of the brown dead winter with this filter. I am still learning exactly how to use this, but the results so far are promising. It is great with our big sky country and with water; not so good with snow. Blue snow just does not work for me; it may for others. I prefer this softer blue to the 80A which I also own. I have never used either to cool indoor lighting but intend to mess with this too. Some of my strongest work has been with stacked filters, always with a GND filter in front to ease the contrast which is often extreme in prairie photography. Durability is an issue with all Cokin filters. Be careful; it is very easy to snap off a corner. All in all, this is a solid addition to my filter set.
    Date published: 2009-01-21
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