Tiffen 3 x 4" CC30R Red Filter

Tiffen 3 x 4" CC30R Red Filter

Tiffen 3 x 4" CC30R Red Filter

B&H # TICC30R34 MFR # 34CC30R
Tiffen 3 x 4" CC30R Red Filter

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  • Color Compensating Filter
  • Achieve Proper Color Balance
  • Also for Printing and Viewing Use
  • ColorCore Technology

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The Tiffen 3 x 4" CC30R Red Filter is a color compensating (or color correction) filter for use when making color balance adjustments. It can be used to alter the color balance of a scene by placing in front of a light source or the lens of your camera. It can also be used to apply color corrections when used in the darkroom with an enlarger or to help pre-visualize color adjustments when viewing prints.

Red is the opposite of cyan and can be used to reduce cyan tones or casts within a scene or print. This red CC30 is more dense than a CC20 filter and less dense than a CC40 filter, and requires a 0.6 stop compensation for normal exposure results.

Tiffen filters are made using ColorCore technology; a process that involves laminating the filter substrate between 2 pieces of optical glass and grinding flat to a tolerance of 1/10,000th of an inch. This filter measures 3 x 4" / 76.2 x 101.6mm.

Red color compensating filter for use when making color balance adjustments.
Red is the opposite of cyan and is added to reduce cyan tones or color casts within a scene or print.
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Tiffen 3 x 4" CC30R Red Filter
  • 10-Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Type Red color compensation
    Size 3 x 4" / 76.2 x 101.6 mm
    Grade CC30R
    Filter Factor +0.6 stop
    Effect Counters the effects of cyan light in a scene or print
    Construction ColorCore technology

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