Heliopan 28mm KR-12 (85) Filter

Heliopan 28mm KR-12 (85) Filter

Heliopan 28mm KR-12 (85) Filter

B&H # HEKR1228 MFR # 702818
Heliopan 28mm KR-12 (85) Filter

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Product Highlights

  • 85 Filter for Color Conversion
  • Warming Filter to Decrease Color Temp
  • Brass Ring Construction
  • High Quality Multi-Coated Schott Glass

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The Heliopan 28mm KR-12 (85) Filter is a color conversion filter that helps to slightly decrease color temperatures and provide a warming effect. The 85 converts daylight (approximately 5500K) to 3400K in order to use tungsten-balanced film outdoors.

There is a 1.5x filter factor with this filter, requiring an increase of 0.6 stop for normal exposure. It has a 28mm brass mounting ring that is painted a matte black to help reduce reflections. The SH-PMC multi-coated Schott glass provides greater contrast and reduced reflection compared to uncoated filters.

Color conversion filter helps to slightly decrease color temperatures and provide a warming effect.
Converts daylight to 3400K for use with tungsten-balanced film outdoors.
28mm brass mounting ring that is painted a matte black to help reduce reflections.
SH-PMC multi-coated Schott glass provides greater contrast and reduced reflection compared to uncoated filters.
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Heliopan 28mm KR-12 (85) Filter
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  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Type Warming filter
    Size 28mm
    Grade 85
    Filter Factor 1.5 (0.6 stop)
    Multi-Coated Yes
    Rotating No
    Effect Converts daylight to 3400K, tungsten light
    Application For use with tungsten-balanced film outdoors
    Color Temperature 5500 to 3400K
    Construction Schott glass and brass mounting ring
    Front Filter Thread Size 28mm
    Front Lens Cap Size 28mm

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