Cokin Series P Fluorescent Correction Filter FLD

SKU: CKP46 MFR: P046

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About Cokin

• The un-natural lighting of florescent never made anyone look good.
• It shows up in your photos as greenish tones.
• Cokin's FLW & FLD filters neutralise these unpleasent tones.
• Keep these filters on hand for work in public places (stations, resturants, offices etc.) where you can do nothing about the lighting.
•Use the FLD type corrector for Daylight type Florescent to use them with Daylight Balanced Film, and use FLW Filter when Florescents are White type.,

Cokin Features

  • FLW (A036) corrects the lighting from florscent "white" bulbs.
  • FLD (A046) corrects the lighting from florscent "daylight" bulbs.

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Don G  I am using a Alzo lighting system which is 5600 kelvins. What Cokin filter do I use to correct the color. I was told it would be in the Magenta tone????
Andrew R  It would help to know what you're trying to correct to. 5600k is roughly daylight balance, 3200k is tungsten. Blue filtration (in various strengths) is used when correcting tungsten to match daylight, orange filtration (in various strengths) is used when correcting daylight to tungsten. Filters used to correct for fluorescent lighting are normally tinted green (in varying strengths). If you are trying to balance lights, you may need correction over then lights rather than on the lens of your camera. Without specifics it's difficult to provide accurate guidance.
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