User manual for Heliopan 55mm 81C Color Conversion Filter 705532
- Manufacturer: Heliopan
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Photography - Filters - Light Balancing/Color Conversion
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the light balancing/color conversion
- Tips for setting up your Heliopan
- Settings and expert assistance
- Contact Heliopan service
- Warranty information
- Price: 40 USD
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User manual for the Heliopan 55mm 81C Color Conversion Filter 705532
The user manual for the Heliopan 55mm 81C Color Conversion Filter 705532 provides
necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Photography - Filters - Light Balancing/Color Conversion.
The 81C Filter from Heliopan controls the bluish coloration that affects daylight film. This is a strong salmon colored filter that can bring skin tones back to a respectable tone when the light changes during the day. It is especially useful under cloudy or open shade conditions since as the light changes, so does the color temperature. An 81C will decrease the color temperature by approximately 100 degrees Kelvin more than an 81B.
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Additional parameters of the Heliopan 55mm 81C Color Conversion Filter 705532:
| Type || Color Conversion |
| Size || 55mm |
| Grade || 81C |
| Filter Factor || 1.2 (1/3 stop) |
| Multi-Coated || Not Applicable |
| Rotating || Not Applicable |
| Effect || Creates warmer tones and brighter colors than an 81B on overcast days or when shooting with electronic flash |
| Application || For improving flesh tones and removing the bluish cast on cloudy days |
Can also be used to make a warm scene even warmer
| Color Temperature || Decreases color temperature from 3600 - 3200 Kelvin |
| Construction || Schott Glass |
| Front Filter Thread Size || 55mm |
| Front Lens Cap Size || 55mm |
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