The Cokin P Series 81Z Light Balancing Filter is designed for use with a Cokin P Series Filter Holder. It is uniform in color and with a mired shift value of +35, can be applied to purposely create a warm cast over an entire image with a pink tone. This effect can be obtained under daylight when this filter is used on a film camera system with daylight film installed, or on a digital camera system with its daylight white balance setting selected. The Cokin P Series 81Z Light Balancing Filter is also useful for balancing light sources with a color temperature of 3600K for type B tungsten film, which is designed to accurately reproduce colors under 3200K light sources.
When photographing with type B tungsten film under light sources with a color temperature of 3600K, the Cokin P Series 81Z Light Balancing Filter can be applied to balance the light source while purposely adding a pink tone over an entire image.
This filter is made of durable, optical resin (CR39). When used, the Cokin Po Series 81Z Light Balancing Filter's 0.1 density darkens the entire image by 0.3 stops. This reduction in exposure can be compensated for by adjusting the aperture setting of the lens it is placed on, or the shutter speed of the camera being used.
The greater the difference between the color temperatures they are designed to correct for over 3200K, light balancing filters for type B tungsten film are considered to be progressively stronger in their effect when used to add warmth to a daylight image.
- Can add a warm cast with a pink tone to an entire image under daylight when used on a film camera system with daylight film installed, or on a digital camera system with its daylight white balance setting selected
- Provides a mired shift value of +35
- Reduces 3600K color temperature to 3200K
- Allows type B tungsten film to accurately reproduce colors under 3600K light sources while applying a pink tone to the entire image
- Constructed from optical resin (CR39) for clarity and durability
- 0.1 density filter with 1.25x filter factor darkens the image by 0.3 stops
- Filter density can be compensated for by adjusting lens aperture or camera shutter speed