Tiffen 5.65 x 5.65" 2 Cranberry Solid Color Filter

BH #TISCR25.6 • MFR #565CR2
Tiffen
Tiffen 5.65 x 5.65" 2 Cranberry Solid Color Filter
Key Features
  • 2 Density Solid Color Filter
  • Bright Cranberry Coloration
  • ColorCore Technology
The Tiffen 5.65 x 5.65" 2 Cranberry Solid Color Filter adds a bright, purplish-red coloration across the entire image and helps to subdue overly greenish casts. The solid color design makes this filter well-suited to pairing with other filters for further control over the appearance of imagery. The 2 color density provides less cranberry coloration than the 3 density, but more than the 1 density filter.
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Tiffen 5.65 x 5.65" 2 Cranberry Solid Color Filter

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Tiffen 565CR2 Overview

The Tiffen 5.65 x 5.65" 2 Cranberry Solid Color Filter adds a bright, purplish-red coloration across the entire image and helps to subdue overly greenish casts. The solid color design makes this filter well-suited to pairing with other filters for further control over the appearance of imagery. The 2 color density provides less cranberry coloration than the 3 density, but more than the 1 density filter.

This filter is 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. It measures 5.65 x 5.65" / 143.5 x 143.5mm.

Cranberry-colored filter provides an intense purplish-red coloring to your images and reduces greenish casts.
Solid color filters apply the amount of density evenly across the image plane in order to achieve a fluid and creative effect.

Tiffen 565CR2 Specs

ColorCranberry
ShapeRectangle
Rectangular Size5.7 x 5.7" / 143.5 x 143.5 mm
Grade2
Filter Thickness0.16" / 4 mm
Filter MaterialGlass
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