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Color Compensating Filters

Color Compensating filters control light in the blue, green, and red regions of the visible region, and include the cyan series which selectively absorb the red and near infrared and suffer no fading due to light sources. Also the magenta series which selectively absorbs the green region and are used for green color compensation.

Cyan:
CC-500
CL-500
CAW-500
C-500S
CM-500S
CN-500
C-5000
500 nm Photo sensitizer correction 1.0 mm
500 nm Photo sensitizer correction 1.0 mm
500 nm Photo sensitizer correction 1.0 mm
500 nm Photo sensitizer correction 1.0 mm
500 nm Photo sensitizer correction 1.0 mm
500 nm Photo sensitizer correction 1.0 mm
500 nm Photo sensitizer correction 1.0 mm
Magenta:
M-10
M-30
M-50
10% Color correction 2.5 mm
30% Color correction 2.5 mm
50% Color correction 2.5 mm

 

Also included in this group are fluorescent color compensating filters. When photographing under white-type fluorescent lights using daylight-type color film, greenish pictures result. Under daylight-type fluorescent lights bluish hues develop. This is only due to the spectral energy distribution, which differs from that of natural light, but also the existence of characteristic line spectra.

FL-D60 and FL-W85 are filters that provide pictures with good color reproduction. These filters have been designed in consideration of spectral energy distribution of fluorescent lights, and the former is suited for color compensation with daylight-type fluorescent light, and the latter for color compensation with white type fluorescent light.

Fluorescent:
FL-D60
FL-W85
60% Daylight fluorescent lamp 2.5 mm
85% White type fluorescent lamp 2.5 mm