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Cokin P007 Infrared Resin Filter for Black and White

BH #COP007 • MFR #CP007
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Cokin P007 Infrared Resin Filter for Black and White
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Cokin CP007 Overview

This filter is for black and white infrared film when you only want to transmit the infrared spectrum and none of the visible spectrum. Filter factor is determined by the film sensitivity.

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

UPC: 085831277302

Cokin CP007 Specs

Filter TypeCokin 007 Infrared
Filter Holder System CompatibilityCokin P
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.075 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.75 x 4.15 x 0.5"
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Will this Cokin P007 infrared filter allow color ...

Will this Cokin P007 infrared filter allow color images (swapping red/blue channels)? I see an image in the reviews that show a little color...ps sorry if I'm asking this twice!
Asked by: Keith
No, this is a b&w infrared filter, for use with b&w images.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-29

Will the Cokin P007 infrared filter work with ...

Will the Cokin P007 infrared filter work with making color photos (swapping red/blue channels)? I see an image in the reviews that show a little color.
Asked by: Keith
The Cokin P007 Infrared Resin Filter for Black and White is typically designed for use with black and white infrared film and only transmits the infrared spectrum and none of the visible spectrum. While it may be used with digital cameras, it still will only transmit infrared light. Any color swapping or other infrared effects will depend on the sensor used by your camera. As normal camera sensors are not designed for infrared photography, you would typically need to have your sensor converted for infrared usage as this is not typically available using the standard camera sensor.
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-01-28

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What is the filter factor when using Rollei 400 Infrared film? (120)
Asked by: Anonymous
Due to the nature of infrared photography, the filter factor is highly variable and depends largely on the ISO sensitivity in use and lighting conditions.
Answered by: Dan W.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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