GAM GamColor #1529 CTB 1/2 Blue Cine Filter Roll (48" x 25')

BH #GA1529R25 • MFR #GCB1529
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GAM GamColor #1529 CTB 1/2 Blue Cine Filter Roll (48" x 25')
Key Features
  • Converts 3200K to 4100K
This 48" x 25' GamColor #1529 CTB 1/2 Blue Cine Filter Roll from Gam converts 3200K tungsten color temperature to 4100K warm daylight balance. It's commonly used on tungsten lights to integrate them with ambient daylight.
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GAM GA15 Overview

This 48" x 25' GamColor #1529 CTB 1/2 Blue Cine Filter Roll from Gam converts 3200K tungsten color temperature to 4100K warm daylight balance. It's commonly used on tungsten lights to integrate them with ambient daylight.

GAM GA15 Specs

General
Color/Effect3/4 Blue
Transmission44%
Color Temperature4100 to 3200K
Density0.3 (1 Stop)
Filter NumberNone
Physical
DimensionsW: 4 x H: 25' / W: 1.2 x H: 7.6 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)50.2 x 3 x 3"
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I have antique framed photos under glass which I ...

I have antique framed photos under glass which I must UV protect WITHOUT re-framing (the solid backing on the frames contain antique documentation which must be preserved). Any suggestions on how to apply/adhere to the outside of the glass?
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Does this come in a matte finish?
Asked by: Laura T.
No, its clear.
Answered by: Nikolay I.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Is it clear?
Asked by: Anonymous
The filter is clear.
Answered by: Dana G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Any suggestion on how to apply/adhere this product on the OUTSIDE of framed glass? My prints were made & framed in 1916 and the full backing contains antique documentation which must be preserved. Disassembling would compromise or destroy the overall value.
Asked by: Phyllis

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Is the sheet clear/fully transparent, or is there a frosted appearance?
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It is clear.
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