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B+W Polarizing Film for Lighting (200 x 200 x 0.3mm)

BH #BW1083862 • MFR #1083862
B+W
Key Features
  • Linear Polarizer Filter Sheet
  • Helps to Prevent Reflections and Glare
  • Useful for Photoelasticity Effects
This 200 x 200 x 0.3mm Polarizing Film for Lighting from B+W can be positioned over an LED light source or flash system. Due to the amount of the heat generated, it may also be used with repro lamps to a limited extent. The polarizing film is useful for preventing reflections or glare from occurring in an image or scene as output from a light source interacts with reflective materials around it. When placed between a light source and a transparent or translucent object, the polarizing film can help show the object's photoelasticity.
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B+W 1083862 Overview

This 200 x 200 x 0.3mm Polarizing Film for Lighting from B+W can be positioned over an LED light source or flash system. Due to the amount of the heat generated, it may also be used with repro lamps to a limited extent. The polarizing film is useful for preventing reflections or glare from occurring in an image or scene as output from a light source interacts with reflective materials around it. When placed between a light source and a transparent or translucent object, the polarizing film can help show the object's photoelasticity.

B+W 1083862 Specs

General
Color/EffectPolarizer
Filter NumberNone
Physical
ShapeRectangle
DimensionsW: 7.87 x H: 7.87" / W: 200 x H: 200 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.22 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.1 x 9.9 x 0.2"

B+W 1083862 Reviews

help reduce the glare

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-06-24

It does what I expected it to do.

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