Kodak 3x3" (75mm) 82 Color Conversion Wratten 2 Optical Gel Filter

Kodak 3x3" (75mm) 82 Color Conversion Wratten 2 Optical Gel Filter

Kodak 3x3" (75mm) 82 Color Conversion Wratten 2 Optical Gel Filter

B&H # KO8233O MFR # 1936111
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The Kodak 82 Series are light balancing filters used to increase the color temperature slightly for a cooler tone. This light blue filter absorbs the excessive yellow-red light from daylight in the morning and evening hours and keeps skin tones close to natural. Kodak 82 filters are available in grades from 82 through 82C, with 82C having the greatest cooling effect.

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).

Note: Whereas the 81 Series of filters creates a feeling of warmth, the 82 Series creates a feeling of coolness

Wratten 2 Improvements

More rigid/durable
Easier to handle
Color consistent today, and 6 months from now as well
Wratten 2 Optical Filters are less sensitive to humidity, less prone to static cling
Fingerprint removal is also easier

82 Series Color Conversion Chart

82 increases color temperature 100 Kelvin
82A increases color temperature 200 Kelvin
82B increases color temperature 300 Kelvin
82C increases color temperature 400 Kelvin
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Kodak 1936111 specs

Type Color Conversion
Size 3x3" (75 x 75mm)
Grade 82
Filter Factor 1.1 (+1/3 stop)
Multi-Coated Not Applicable
Rotating Not Applicable
Effect Reduces unnatural red tones in early morning or late afternoon light
Application Used to make minor corrections in color temperature
Color Temperature Increases color temperature 100 Kelvin
Construction Gel
Front Filter Thread Size Not Applicable
Front Lens Cap Size Not Applicable

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