Tiffen 4.5" Low Light Dispersion Glass Filter

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  • Filmtools #: 1453
  • Mfr #: 412LLD
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Product Features
  • LL-D 4.5" Filter
  • Use as an 85 substitution outdoors in low light when using tungsten based film
  • Saves a 1/3 stop over that of an 85 filter
  • Enables the color timer to match the color of a properly 85 filtered original

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  • Overview

    Tiffen LL-D 4.5" Filter. Quite often when using a standard zoom lens in low light there is just not enough light for a minimum exposure. The 4.5" round Tiffen LL-D (LLD) (Low-Light Dispersion) Filter can be used as an 85 substitution outdoors in low light when using tungsten based film. With no filter factor, the LL-D filter will save you a 1/3 stop over that of an 85 filter.

    The LL-D filter, when used as an 85 substitute will enable the color timer to match the color of a properly 85 filtered original. Be sure that the camera assistant makes a notation of the LL-D filter on the slate and camera report.

    There's also a great thread on the CML message board.

  • Specs

    Type: Low Light Dispersion
    Size: 4.5"
    Filter Factor: Does not require the +2 compensation that a regular #85 filter needs
    Effect: Reveals detail in shadows; adds warmth
    Application: Cinematography; Anywhere where the photographer needs less contrast without giving up speed in the film
    Color Temperature: Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Construction: ColorCore Glass

  • In The Box

    Tiffen 412LLD 4.5" Low Light Dispersion Glass Filter

Tiffen LL-D 4.5" Filter. Quite often when using a standard zoom lens in low light there is just not enough light for a minimum exposure. The 4.5" round Tiffen LL-D (LLD) (Low-Light Dispersion) Filter can be used as an 85 substitution outdoors in low light when using tungsten based film. With no filter factor, the LL-D filter will save you a 1/3 stop over that of an 85 filter.

The LL-D filter, when used as an 85 substitute will enable the color timer to match the color of a properly 85 filtered original. Be sure that the camera assistant makes a notation of the LL-D filter on the slate and camera report.

There's also a great thread on the CML message board.