Tiffen 86mm Double Fog 1/4 Filter

BH #TIDFQ86 • MFR #86DF14
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Tiffen 86mm Double Fog 1/4 Filter
Key Features
  • Creates a Fog-Like Effect to Image
  • Dramatically Lowers Contrast
  • Maintains Sharpness and Minimizes Flare
  • ColorCore Technology
The Tiffen 86mm Double Fog 1/4 Filter simulates the effects of natural fog or mist by creating a soft glow around highlights and lowering the overall contrast of the scene. When compared to the standard Fog filter, this filter places greater emphasis on lowering the contrast while maintaining sharpness and minimizing the effects of flare. The 1/4 density provides a very small amount of fog effect and requires no exposure compensation.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

Tiffen 86mm Double Fog 1/4 Filter

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Tiffen 86DF14 Overview

The Tiffen 86mm Double Fog 1/4 Filter simulates the effects of natural fog or mist by creating a soft glow around highlights and lowering the overall contrast of the scene. When compared to the standard Fog filter, this filter places greater emphasis on lowering the contrast while maintaining sharpness and minimizing the effects of flare. The 1/4 density provides a very small amount of fog effect and requires no exposure compensation.

Tiffen filters are 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.

Creates a fog-like effect with dramatically lowered overall contrast.
Maintains greater sharpness and is less affected by highlight-flare than the standard Fog filter.
1/4 density gives a very small fog effect.
Does not require exposure compensation to make up for filter effect.

Tiffen 86DF14 Specs

Circular Size86 mm Filter Thread
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