Rosco Cinegel #3410 RoscoSun 1/8 CTO Filter (20 x 24" Sheet)

BH #RO3410S • MFR #RS341011
Rosco Cinegel #3410 RoscoSun 1/8 CTO Filter (20 x 24" Sheet)
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Rosco R3410 Overview

This 20 x 24" Rosco Cinegel #3410 RoscoSun 1/8 CTO Filter sheet is meticulously manufactured on a heat-resistant base polymer utilizing a patented deep-dyed technology for heat stability and superior color transmission.

On-line computerized colorimetry continuously monitors color and density against strict standards, thus assuring a reliable and consistent product.

Amber RoscoSun Daylight Conversion filters are a range of amber filters that lower color temperature as needed. Although typically used on daylight 5500K sources to balance with tungsten, the range offers a multitude of technical and aesthetic color correction possibilities.

Rosco R3410 Specs

Color/Effect1/8 CT Orange
Transmission92% at -0.1 Stop
Color Temperature5500 to 4900K
Filter NumberNone
DimensionsW: 20 x H: 24" / W: 51 x H: 61 cm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.09 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24 x 20.25 x 0.01"
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What is the maximum temperature these are good ...

What is the maximum temperature these are good for? How far do I need to keep them away from a 1200WS strobe?
Asked by: David
Generally, leaving about 2-4 of air space between the light and the gel is best to reduce the risk of melting the filter.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-12-15


What is the difference between this gel (Cinegel) vs the (E-Colour)?
Asked by: Thuan T.
The main difference between the two series of gels is how they are produced. The Cinegel series uses a deep dye color. These dyes are melted together along with a plastic base as a preventive measure against color shift while fading. On the other hand, the E-Colour series has a painted on color rather than deep dyed surface. Additionally, the E-Colour series follows the color standard used in Europe. While all gels can fade when exposed to heat, the E-Colour series is more like to show a change in color much faster than the Cinegel series.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2020-11-01
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