Kodak 75 x 75mm #16 Yellow-Orange Wratten 2 Filter

Kodak 75 x 75mm #16 Yellow-Orange Wratten 2 Filter

Kodak 75 x 75mm #16 Yellow-Orange Wratten 2 Filter

B&H # KO1633 MFR # 1746510
Kodak 75 x 75mm #16 Yellow-Orange Wratten 2 Filter

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  • General B&W Contrast Filter
  • Darkens Sky, Lightens Reds and Yellows
  • Gelatin Filter for Consistent Results

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The Kodak 75 x 75mm #16 Yellow-Orange Filter is a general contrast filter, primarily for use with black and white film. This yellow-orange filter noticeably darkens skies, helps to cut through haze, and improves overall contrast. When compared to the yellow #8 and #15 filters, the #16 creates a greater separation between clouds and sky and further lightens yellows and reds within the scene.

The #16 filter has a filter factor of 4 and requires a 2 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-orange contrast filter for black and white film noticeably darkens skies, cuts through haze, and gives greater contrast overall.
Provides noticeable separation between clouds and sky and lightens yellows and reds within the scene.
Wratten 2 filters are constructed from gelatin for ease of use and consistent performance.
UPC: 041771746513
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  • 1Description
Type Yellow-orange
Size 3 x 3" / 75 x 75 mm
Grade 16
Filter Factor 4 (2 stop)
Effect Noticeably darkens skies, increase in overall contrast
Construction Gelatin
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.03 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.3 x 3.3 x 0.3"
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