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Rosco Roscolux Swatchbook

Rosco Roscolux Swatchbook
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Rosco 950SBLUX0103 Overview

Sample 3.25 x 1.5" Roscolux Swatchbook is a sampler of Roscolux series filters that will help you make the right choice when ordering online or by phone. This size sample also fits the flash tube screen of many on-camera flashes.

UPC: 096727545412

Rosco 950SBLUX0103 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.32 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
3.5 x 1.5 x 1.25"

Rosco 950SBLUX0103 Reviews

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Are thes a bit too small to use with Godox tt 685 ...

Are thes a bit too small to use with Godox tt 685 or the sto fen Omni diffuser? Not sure if it matters if they are just a bit small
Asked by: Tim
The Roscolux Swatchbook is too small for the Godox 685 flash.
Answered by: Rob K
Date published: 2022-12-26

Can these fit in the godox tt350?

Can these fit in the godox tt350?
Asked by: Andrew
If you break the retainer for the swatchbook the Roscolux Swatchbook BH #ROSBR can be used with speedlights.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2023-02-24


Do this includes the Supergel line?
Asked by: Felipe
No, I don't see that it does.
Answered by: Ronda C.
Date published: 2018-08-27

What is the difference between this and the ...

What is the difference between this and the Cinegel swatch book? (B&H # ROSBCR)
Asked by: Ryan
The Rosco website describes Roscolux as filters for entertainment lighting and the cinegels for photo/video color, light control, and correction. At first glance, the color selection looks pretty different.
Answered by: kurt
Date published: 2023-09-25


How many different 'gels' in each swatchbook?
Asked by: Anonymous
Well over 200. Estimate 220-240. (Didn't count each one to avoid unnecessary fingerprints)
Answered by: Robert S.
Date published: 2018-08-27


Is each gel labeled with a name or number or something, so that I can buy a full size sheet of it?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, and each will describe what its' correction is. Tungsten, fluorescent, etc.
Answered by: Joseph M.
Date published: 2022-03-06


Are they big enough to go on my camera lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
You probably wouldn't want to even if they did fit. These are not optical gels for lenses. You'd be better off with Kodak Wratten Filter, but they're not as inexpensive as they once were. I can't link it here, but just search them.
Answered by: John M.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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