Schneider 162mm Unmounted Linear True-Pol Filter

BH #SCLTPU162 • MFR #68-013062
Schneider 162mm Unmounted Linear True-Pol Filter
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This is most likely a novice question, but how to this rectangle filter rotate? Does it need to be fitted inside a filter holder that rotates?
Asked by: Clarke
Yes you are correct. Square or rectangular filters are attached to lenses via filter holders, most of which rotate the filter independently of the lens.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Will this filter work with new clash Matt box?

Will this filter work with new clash Matt box?
Asked by: Mark
Yes, this filter will work with Bright Tangerine's Clash 138. That's exactly what I've been using.
Answered by: Robson
Date published: 2019-06-25

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can this filter be used on the cokin z pro filter holder with the 5d mark 2 in manual focus?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, this filter can be used on the Cokin Z Pro filter holder, since this filter holder will hold 4 filters. You are able to use manual focus as well.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Does rotating the filter change it’s effect?

Does rotating the filter change it’s effect?
Asked by: Boone
Yes, you insert the filter in a holder and rotate the holder to achieve the desired effect, ie; removing reflections from glass or water as well as saturating colors, etc...
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2019-07-26

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What's the difference between the Linear and Circular versions of 4 x 5.65 please? Do they both require a matte box with a rotating filter tray?
Asked by: patrick b.
Here Linear and Circular refer to the type of Polarizing film in the filter. The confusing Circular term actually has nothing to do with the shape of the filter. It can be round or rectangular, it does not matter. A Linear Polarizer is be used in cameras without auto focus or auto exposure. A Circular Polarizer is to be use in today's digital cameras with their auto focus and auto exposure. You will need a filter holder/matte box with a rotating 4 x 5.56 to use this size Polarizer. However, we recommend that instead of a rectangular Polarizer filter, using a round one for it is much more practical, i.e., easier to use.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Does it fit to Lee 4 x 4 filter holder? Lee accepts 2mm filters, this is 4mm thick.
Asked by: Jorge Y.
Sorry, I am unable to help as I don't use Lee Filter Holders.
Answered by: Hugh S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Hello! If I use this filter in a RED Matteboxhttp://www.red.com/store/products/red-matte-box-with-full-cage-side-flagswill this filter work fine and do the job? I ask this because I thin it is not possible to rotate the filter tray in this matte-box.Thank you
Asked by: Anonymous
The RED Mattebox in question will support linear 45.6 filter trays and allow you to use the Schneider Circular True-Polarizing Filter (4 x 5.65 ).
Answered by: Chris H.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Hi,Will this fit correctly with the OConnor C1243-1117 Bellows Ring?Thanks,Fernando
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, this will fit the OConnor C1243-1117 Bellows Ring.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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