Kodak 3x3" (75mm) #47 Deep Blue Wratten Gel Filter

Kodak 3 x 3" (75 x 75mm) #47 Deep Blue Wratten Gel Filter for Tricolor/Color Separation Work

Kodak 3 x 3" (75 x 75mm) #47 Deep Blue Wratten Gel Filter for Tricolor/Color Separation Work

B&H # KO4733O MFR # 1642701
Kodak 3x3" (75mm) #47 Deep Blue Wratten Gel Filter

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Kodak 3 x 3" (75 x 75mm) #47 Deep Blue Wratten Gel Filter for Tricolor/Color Separation Work - A deep blue filter that accentuates haze and fog. Also used in dye transfer printing, and for contrast effects (lightens blue tones).

Most Kodak gelatin filters are available in 3 x 3" (75 x 75mm), 4 x 4" (100 x 100mm), 6 x 6" (150 x 150mm), and 14 x 18" (350 x 450mm).

Filter factor 8 (+3 stops).

Blue Tricolor filter
For color separation work
For contrast effects in commercial and outdoor black-and-white photography
Tricolor projection (tungsten) with No. 29 and 61
UPC: 041771642709
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Kodak 1642701 specs

Type Blue tricolor filter
Size 3 x 3" (75 x 75mm)
Grade 47
Filter Factor Not Specified by Manufacturer
Multi-Coated Not Applicable
Rotating Not Applicable
Effect Contrast effects when printing black-and-white
Application Color separation work
Color Temperature Not Specified by Manufacturer
Construction Gel
Front Filter Thread Size Not Applicable
Front Lens Cap Size Not Applicable
Packaging Infouvyxtwrwbu
Package Weight 0.02 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.6 x 3.6 x 0.2"

Kodak 1642701 reviews

3x3" (75mm) #47 Deep Blue Wratten Gel Filter is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's a gel filter This is exactly what you would expect... a thin, gelatin filter that is extremely fragile. I wouldn't recommend any gelatin filter if it is going to be exposed to the elements... too fragile. Wratten filters are engineered with very high qc standards and are recognized as such by the fact that many scientific laboratories utilize Wratten filters for their optical equipment. If you have a need for a filter that passes or restricts specific frequencies, I would suggest purchasing a Kodak filter guidebook so you know exactly which filters will satisfy your needs, and then buying the corresponding Wratten filter. If you don't have such exacting needs, you may be better off going with a filter system such as Cokin, where they will be slightly more durable.
Date published: 2012-01-24
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