Rosco #384 Cinelux Lighting Filter, Midnight Blue (24" x 25' Roll)

Rosco #384 Cinelux Lighting Filter, Midnight Blue (24" x 25' Roll)

Rosco #384 Cinelux Lighting Filter, Midnight Blue (24" x 25' Roll)

B&H # RO384R24 MFR # 100003842425
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days

Product Highlights

  • Co-Extruded Polycarbonate Plastic
  • Used in MPTV Productions
  • Can Be Mounted in Frames
  • Fade-Resistant
  • Deep-Dyed
  • Made in the USA
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  • 1Description

The Cinelux Lighting Filter, #384 Midnight Blue (24" x 25' Roll) from Rosco is part of a series of filters created for motion picture and television productions where large lighting fixtures are employed to create effects. This filter is produced using a specialized technology that insures the longest possible life under hot theatrical lights. The filter is general mounted within a frame and placed in front of a light source to create the desired effect. The three discrete layers from which they are made are combined by a tri-extrusion process. By sealing the colored layer between two microscopically thin layers of clear film, dye migration is minimized and effective life is extended.

Note: Never use a plastic filter directly in front of an open faced lamp. This will nearly always cause premature failure because the heat is trapped and it has nowhere to go except to the plastic filter. Always allow a suitable air gap

3-5 mil thick (varies due to color saturation)
Melting point is 220°C; softening point 160°C (approx)
Flame Retardant Standards: British Standard BS 3944 Part 1, German B1, French M1, and Italian C1
Available in a wide array of colors as well as in sheets or rolls
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  • 1Description
Color Midnight Blue
Size 24" x 25' (61 cm x 7.6 m)
Transmission Not Specified by Manufacturer
Application An intense red-blue. Deeper than #83 with a little more red
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