Tiffen 4x4" 85B Daylight to Tungsten Conversion Glass Filter

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  • Filmtools #: 9577
  • Mfr #: 4485B
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Product Features
  • 4" x 4" 85B Daylight to Tungsten
  • 5500 to 3200K
  • Produces slightly cooler results than the 85B 85B
  • Converts tungsten film to daylight 85C
  • Useful as creative warming effect with daylight film in daylight

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  • Overview

    Sunlight, daylight, incandescent, fluorescent, and other artificial light sources all have color characteristics that vary significantly. Filters give you better images by adjusting for these light variations. Film and video are rated for a particular color temperature such as that of daylight or tungsten light. Filters are used to correct differences in color temperature between the recording medium and the light source. 85 Series Using tungsten film in daylight will produce a bluish cast. The 85 Series will produce natural colors when shooting with tungsten film outdoors. For best results use the filter that most accurately matches your film type.

    General Features:

    • Produces slightly cooler results than the 85B 85B
    • Converts tungsten film to daylight 85C
    • Useful as creative warming effect with daylight film in daylight

     

    Filter
    Conversion
    Exposure increase
    85
    5,500 to 3,400 K
    2/3 stop
    85B
    5,500 to 3,200 K
    2/3 stop
    85C
    5,500 to 3,800 K
    2/3 stop



    CAT

  • Specs

    Type: Amber color conversion
    Size: 4 x 4" / 101.6 x 101.6 mm (0.2" / 4 mm thick)
    Grade: 85B
    Filter Factor: 1.6 (0.6 stop)
    Effect: Decreases color temperature
    Application: For use when photographing with tungsten-balanced film in daylight conditions
    Color Temperature: 5500 to 3200K
    Construction: ColorCore technology

  • In The Box

    Tiffen 4485B 4x4" 85B Daylight to Tungsten Conversion Glass Filter

Sunlight, daylight, incandescent, fluorescent, and other artificial light sources all have color characteristics that vary significantly. Filters give you better images by adjusting for these light variations. Film and video are rated for a particular color temperature such as that of daylight or tungsten light. Filters are used to correct differences in color temperature between the recording medium and the light source. 85 Series Using tungsten film in daylight will produce a bluish cast. The 85 Series will produce natural colors when shooting with tungsten film outdoors. For best results use the filter that most accurately matches your film type.

General Features:

  • Produces slightly cooler results than the 85B 85B
  • Converts tungsten film to daylight 85C
  • Useful as creative warming effect with daylight film in daylight

 

Filter
Conversion
Exposure increase
85
5,500 to 3,400 K
2/3 stop
85B
5,500 to 3,200 K
2/3 stop
85C
5,500 to 3,800 K
2/3 stop



CAT