Schneider 6.6x6.6" Circular True-Polarizing Filter

Schneider
SKU: SR66X6CPL MFR: 68-013166

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About Schneider

The Schneider Optics Circular True-Polarizing Filter (6.6 x 6.6") is by far the most effective polarizer for motion picture and television cameras. Having an extinction ratio of ER 374, the Schneider Optics True-Pol is 12- times more effective than other polarizing filters and is unmatched in its ability. The polarizing film in a Schneider Optics True-Pol filter is laminated between two pieces of Schneider Optics's crystal-clear, water-white optical glass. The filter is protected against edge-chipping and delamination by Schneider Optics's unique Edge Seal, which also effectively reduces edge-reflections and flare.

The absolute clarity of the glass combined with advanced polarizing material make True-Pol filters particularly effective on demanding scenes, as when shooting through windshields in rigged-cars. On such shots, Directors of Photography have found that Schneider Optics True-Pol filters capture more color saturation, wider tonal range and much more contrast inside the car.

Schneider Features

  • Reduce glare and unwanted reflections
  • Saturate colors
  • Deepen blue skies
  • Improve contrast
  • Penetrate haze
  • True-Pol Polarizing filters enable you to achieve a level of optical performance previously unavailable to cinematographers

Schneider Specifications

Filter type
Circular True-Polarizer
Filter Factor
Between 2.3 and 2.8 (approx. +1.3 stops)
Multi-Coated
Yes
Effect
Removes reflections and increases color saturation without affecting the overall color balance
Application
Nature, travel, outdoor photography
Construction
Water White Schott Glass
Size
6.6 x 6.6" (165 x 165mm, 4mm thick)
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JON F  I have a D-800 and very wide angle lens. One answer said don't buy polarizer that are LINEAR.Is this Schneider polarizer ( 6.6 x 6.6 a linear filter or not?
BRUCE R  Did they say why to not get a linear? I prefer screw-on filters just because they are convenient. A good friend and very good photographer uses linear and prefers them. Of course he needs a filter holder, I do not.
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