Tiffen Bay 60 81A Light Balancing Filter

BH #TI81AB60 • MFR #60B81A
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Tiffen Bay 60 81A Light Balancing Filter
Key Features
  • Warming Light Balancing Filter
  • Less 200K to Convert 3400 to 3200K
  • ColorCore Technology
The Tiffen Bay 60 81A Light Balancing Filter helps to decrease the color temperature by 200K in order to warm the image slightly in order to match the color quality of illumination. When using an 81A filter, you will be able to attain 3200K balance when the prevailing light source is 3400K. The warming effect of this filter requires a 0.3-stop increase in exposure for normal results.
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Tiffen 81A Overview

The Tiffen Bay 60 81A Light Balancing Filter helps to decrease the color temperature by 200K in order to warm the image slightly in order to match the color quality of illumination. When using an 81A filter, you will be able to attain 3200K balance when the prevailing light source is 3400K. The warming effect of this filter requires a 0.3-stop increase in exposure for normal results.

This filter is made using ColorCore technology, a process that involves laminating the filter substrate between 2 pieces of optical glass, grinding flat to a tolerance of 1/10,000th of an inch, and then mounting to precision metal rings. This filter is compatible with lenses featuring a bayonet filter mount, such as those made by Hasselblad or Rollei.

Light balancing filter decreases color temperature and provides a warming effect.
Subtracts 200K in order to attain 3200K color balance from 3400K illumination.
Filter factor of 1.3 requires a 0.3-stop increase in exposure.
UPC: 049383037876

Tiffen 81A Specs

Filter Type81A
Circular SizeBay 60 Bayonet
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.155 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.7 x 4.3 x 1"
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What kind of metal is the frame made out of?
Asked by: Bill
Tiffen uses aluminum filter rings for their filters.
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Date published: 2018-08-27
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