Tiffen 28mm Filter Wheel 1 Black Promist 1/8 for Certain Broadcast Cameras.


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About Tiffen FW1BP18

The BLACK PRO-MIST filter offers all of the benefits of the Pro-Mist filter in a more subtle form. This filter is excellent for toning down excessive sharpness and reducing contrast by moderately lightening shadow areas.

This is especially useful given the contrast and extremely sharp resolution produced by contemporary films and lenses.

Pro-Mist filters also yield moderate highlight flare that appears to stay close to the light source like a halo, creating an almost pearlescent glow around the highlights.

The BLACK PROMIST creates a definely visible, light "pasteling" effect. The effect is subtle and delicate, with contained highlight flare, less lightening of shadows and moderate reduction of contrast.

Tiffen FW1BP18 Features

  • Filter Wheel 1 is compatible with:
  • Hitachi: SK97, SK710, SK750, SK970, SK2000P, SK2000W, SK2020, SK2600P, SK2700P, SKF1, SKF2, SKF3, SKF600, SKF700, SKF800,
  • Ikegami: HDK79, HDK790E, HK355, HK366, HK377, HL35, HL37, HL51, HL52, HL53, HL55, HL55A, HL57, HL59, HL77, HL95
  • Phillips: LDK9, LDK10, LDK10P, LDK20, LDK20P, LDK100
  • Sony: BVP9000, BVP370
  • Thompson: 1647, 1657
  • Black Pro-Mist®
  • Offers all the benefits of the Pro-Mist filter in a more subtle form.
  • Highlight flares are controlled.
  • Contrast is lowered, but with less lightening of shadows for a more delicate effect
  • Creates a soft light "pastel" effect
  • Delicate effect with contained highlight flare
  • These Hollywood/FX® filters were originally designed for the TV and Motion Picture industry
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