Rosco E-Colour #211 .9 Neutral Density (48" x 25' Roll)

BH #ROE211R48 • MFR #102302114825
Rosco E-Colour #211 .9 Neutral Density (48" x 25' Roll)
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Rosco 211 Overview

This Rosco E-Colour #211 .9 Neutral Density 48" x 25' Roll is part of a comprehensive system of European color filters for film and video production. E-Colour consists of every possible color and and material for color effects, alteration, diffusion, and reflection. Whether you are in film or TV, video or digital, E-Colour has something for you.

These filters are produced with the highest standards and latest dye formulations and bonding technology. Rosco assures the highest levels of reliability and performance.

Rosco 211 Specs

Density0.9 (3 Stops)
Filter NumberNone
DimensionsW: 4 x H: 25' / W: 1.2 x H: 7.6 m
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.65 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)51.5 x 2 x 2"
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Would it be possible to leave the ND gel attached ...

Would it be possible to leave the ND gel attached to the window for an extended period (for example, 1 year)? Would it stick for that long using the window cleaner solution attachment approach?
Asked by: Ryan
This ND has no adhesive.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2020-11-01


If you use window cleaner or clear sugary drink (as I've seen suggested here), how do you clean the gel after the shoot?
Asked by: Anonymous
Truth be told you don't necessarily have to clean The Rosco E-Colour #211 .9 Neutral Density (48 x25' Roll) B&H # ROE211R48 MFR # 102302114825 after a shoot, but if you find that you do, what I suggest is to get the following 2 items. The former is less abrasive than a window cleaner and the latter is a nice Chamois cloth, good for a wide variety of cleaning tasks.Endust 16 oz Anti-Static Gel LCD & Plasma Screen Cleaner B&H # EN11308 MFR # 11308Japan Hobby Tool Chamois Skin (5.9 x 5.9 ) B&H # JAJHT9594 MFR # JHT9594
Answered by: Craig R.
Date published: 2018-08-28


what do you use to tape this to a window?
Asked by: Anonymous
Gaffers tape or painters/paper tape is the safest answer if it will be out of frame and you are looking to reduce the amount of light coming in the window. If it will be in the frame and your looking for a clean solution you can tape it from the outside to the bevel of the window. If the exterior in inaccessible place a clear sugary drink (sprite) in a spray bottle and spritz the window. Place the cut of ND on the window and squeegee it flat eliminating and bubbles or liquid. The sugar makes it stick as long as you need. When done, remove by peeling and wash the window.I was very skeptical at first if that method but had great success.
Answered by: Mike M.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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