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LEE Filters 280R Black Foil (2 x 25')

BH #LE280R • MFR #280R
LEE Filters 280R Black Foil (2 x 25')
Key Features
  • 25' Long by 24" Wide
  • Bendable, Holds Its Shape
  • Great for Temporary Light Control
  • Heat Resistant
This 280R Black Foil from Lee Filters is flexible matte black, heavy-gauge foil that is malleable, form-holding, and heat resistant. It comes in a roll that measures 25' long by 24" wide and is useful for constructing makeshift flags, snoots, and barndoors. It's also handy in tabletop photography to block light on select areas of small objects.
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LEE Filters Black Foil Overview

This 280R Black Foil from Lee Filters is flexible matte black, heavy-gauge foil that is malleable, form-holding, and heat resistant. It comes in a roll that measures 25' long by 24" wide and is useful for constructing makeshift flags, snoots, and barndoors. It's also handy in tabletop photography to block light on select areas of small objects.

Masks light leaks and conceals unsightly cabling
Controls unwanted reflections from shiny surfaces
Use outdoors for weather protection
Ideal for making a snoot or barndoors to control light
Heavy gauge, matte black on both sides

LEE Filters Black Foil Specs

General
Color/Effect
Black
Filter Number
No
Physical
Dimensions
W: 2 x H: 25' / W: 0.6 x H: 7.6 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight
2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
24.7 x 2.2 x 2.1"

LEE Filters Black Foil Reviews

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question

Is there any information available on transmittance/absorption as a function of wavelength for this product? I would like to know how it affects CRI and CCT.
Asked by: Anonymous
Well...it's black. It has zero transmittance and doesn't impact color. There's probably a way to measure this, but I wouldn't see the point. It blocks light.
Answered by: Thomas C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

question

Can this be used for foodstuffs? It looks perfect for solar cooking.
Asked by: Mark B.
Probably not. II is intended to be rigid and hold it's shape as a french flag, snoot, or any other light shaping tool. It would be too brittle and would not hold fluids well.
Answered by: Larry D.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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