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25A (Red)
25A (Red)
Increases contrast
Especially effective for increasing contrast. Ideal for dramatic cloud effects in landscapes. Can also be applied creatively in color and infrared photography.

HMC (HOYA MULTI COATED) These popular filters are renowned for their ability to minimise reflection at the filter surfaces which reduces flare and ghosting. The result is an average light transmission of over 97%, giving sharp contrast and well balanced color. HOYA HMC filters are recommended for enhancing the performance of today's multicoated lenses.

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80A
80A
Light balancing filters
These are color conversion filters for the use of daylight type color films with artificial light source. 80A increases the color temperature from 3200°K to 5500°K for the use with 3200°K lamps. 80B increases the color temperature from 3400°K to 5500°K for the use of photoflood lamps. 80C increases the color temperature from 3800°K to 5500°K for the use of clear flash bulbs.

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80B
80B
Light balancing filters
These are color conversion filters for the use of daylight type color film with artificial light sources. 80A increases the color temperature from 3200ºK to 5500ºK for use with 3200ºK lamps. 80B increases the color temperature from 3400ºK to 5500ºK for use with photoflood lamps. 80C increases the color temperature from 3800ºK to 5500ºK for use with clear flash bulbs.

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80C
80C
Light balancing filters
These are color conversion filters for the use of daylight type color films with artificial light source. 80A increases the color temperature from 3200°K to 5500°K for the use with 3200°K lamps. 80B increases the color temperature from 3400°K to 5500°K for the use of photoflood lamps. 80C increases the color temperature from 3800°K to 5500°K for the use of clear flash bulbs.

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81A
81A
Decrease color temperatures
These are light balancing filters used to decrease the color temperature slightly for a warmer (redder) tone. Corrects the tendency toward bluish tones. For example, the 81A should be selected when using tungsten Type B color film (3200°K) with photoflood lamps (3400°K) These filters can be used together.

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81B
81B
Decrease color temperatures
These are light balancing filters used to decrease the color temperature slightly for a warmer (redder) tone. Corrects the tendency toward bluish tones. For example, the 81A should be selected when using tungsten Type B color film (3200°K) with photoflood lamps (3400°K) These filters can be used together.

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