Tiffen 55mm 82C Light Balancing Filter

Tiffen 55mm 82C Light Balancing Filter

Tiffen 55mm 82C Light Balancing Filter

B&H # TI82C55 MFR # 5582C
Tiffen 55mm 82C Light Balancing Filter

Tiffen 55mm 82C Light Balancing Filter

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  • Cooling Light Balancing Filter
  • Adds 400K to Convert 2800 to 3200K
  • ColorCore Technology

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The Tiffen 55mm 82C Light Balancing Filter helps to increase the color temperature by 400K in order to cool the image slightly in order to match the color quality of illumination. When using an 82C filter, you will be able to attain 3200K balance when the prevailing light source is 2800K. The cooling effect of this filter requires a 0.6-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.

Light balancing filter increases color temperature and provides a cooling effect.
Adds 400K in order to attain 3200K color balance from 2800K illumination.
Filter factor of 1.5 requires a 0.6-stop increase in exposure.
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Tiffen 55mm 82C Light Balancing Filter
  • Limited 10-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Type Bluish light balancing
    Size 55mm
    Grade 82C
    Filter Factor 1.5 (0.6 stop)
    Effect Increases color temperature
    Application For adjusting 2800K illumination to 3200K
    Color Temperature +400K
    Construction ColorCore glass
    Front Filter Thread Size 55mm
    Front Lens Cap Size 55mm

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