Cokin P139 FLD Graduated Resin Filter

Cokin P139 FLD Graduated Resin Filter

Cokin P139 FLD Graduated Resin Filter

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Cokin P139 FLD Graduated Resin Filter

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An FL-D filter is used when you wish to correct for the greenish tone that appears when shooting daylight film under general purpose fluorescent lighting. An FL-W filter is used to balance daylight film under warm white or white type fluorescent lamps. An FL-B filter is used to correct the color balance when shooting tungsten film under fluorescent lighting.

Cokin color graduated filters are color-toned in one half of the filter and have a smoothly graduated transition into the clear portion. Colored and clear image portions can be brought into the desired position by adjusting the filter in the holder. This unusual filter is for correcting fluorescent lights on part of the image only, i.e. a ceiling with fluorescent lights.

NOTE: The FL series of filters alone does not always guarantee 100% correct color balance when shooting under fluorescent lighting. They are general purpose filters intended for moderate correction and will not, by themselves, necessarily provide perfect color rendition. Fluorescent lamps burn at many different temperatures and often require more demanding filtration for exact results. For specific filtration and professional use, it is strongly recommended that a color temperature meter be employed along with Color Correction filters (i.e.CC30M) when shooting under fluorescent lighting. This is the only proven way to achieve exact color correction.

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

UPC: 085831448818
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Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.4 x 3.7 x 0.5"

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