Kodak 75 x 75mm CC50Y Yellow Color Compensating Wratten 2 Filter

BH #KOCC50Y33 • MFR #8433567
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Kodak 75 x 75mm CC50Y Yellow Color Compensating Wratten 2 Filter
Key Features
  • Attenuates Blue Light
  • Achieve Proper Color Balance
  • Gelatin Filter for Consistent Results
The Kodak 75 x 75mm CC50Y Filter is a yellow color compensating filter that helps to control color balance by attenuating the blue portion of the visible spectrum. By placing this filter in front of or behind the lens, you can alter the color balance of imagery or compensate for deficiencies in the spectral quality of a light source.
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Kodak 8433567 Overview

The Kodak 75 x 75mm CC50Y Filter is a yellow color compensating filter that helps to control color balance by attenuating the blue portion of the visible spectrum. By placing this filter in front of or behind the lens, you can alter the color balance of imagery or compensate for deficiencies in the spectral quality of a light source.

The CC50Y-density filter requires a 0.3 stop increase in exposure for normal results. Wratten 2 filters are constructed from gelatin for ease of use and consistent performance. When compared to original Wratten filters, Wratten 2 filters are more rigid and durable, easier to handle, and less sensitive to humidity, static cling, and fingerprints.

Yellow color compensating filter adds a yellow cast to the image and attenuates the blue portion of the visible spectrum.
CC50Y filter requires a 0.3 stop increase in exposure for normal results.
Wratten 2 filters are constructed from gelatin for ease of use and consistent performance.
UPC: 041778433560

Kodak 8433567 Specs

Filter TypeColor Compensating 50 Yellow
Filter Factor1.25x (0.3-Stop)
Rectangular Size3 x 3" / 75 x 75 mm
Filter MaterialGelatin
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.03 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.5 x 3.5 x 0.25"
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