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The Cavision 4 x 5.65" Soft Mist Black 1/4 Filter can be applied to purposely reduce sharpness and soften highlights. This can be useful for reducing the appearance of glare on a subject while creating a general soft-focus effect. When applied to digital cinematography or digital photography, the soft-focus effect provides results that emulate the appearance of recording with the grain structure and emulsion of film. Additionally, as highlights within a frame are diffused, ambient illumination is distributed to darker areas within the exposure, helping to balance the tonal range among highlights and shadows.
This filter constructed from glass, is compatible with filter holders that can accommodate 4mm-thick rectangular filters, and has a grade of 1/4. Grades of 1/8 or 1/2 are also available where this filter type's effect becomes approximately twice as strong with each grade number increase.
Reduces sharpness and softens highlights
Diminishes the appearance of glare on a subject
Softens contrast by helping to balance the tonal range among highlights and shadows
Provides results that emulate the appearance of recording with the grain structure and emulsion of film
Microfiber wrap included for filter maintenance as well as soft-pouch for storage and transport
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Cavision 4 x 5.65" Soft Mist Black 1/4 Filter
Limited 3-Month Warranty
Table of Contents
Soft focus and diffusion
4.0 x 5.65" (101.6 x 143.5 mm)
0.2" (4.0 mm)
Reduces sharpness, softens highlights, reduces glare as well as contrast, emulates the appearance of recording with the grain structure and emulsion of film