Nick Norton Posted February 21, 2009 Share Posted February 21, 2009 So, before i can afford a proper mattebox, i have decided to purchase some screw on 85B filters to use Tungsten Film in Daylight. I understand Kodak rates the 500T film as 320 with an 85 filter, but how about an 85B? On Kodak's site is says to rate the 500 stock at 200 with an 85B... is this correct? Also, i understand the 85 filter is a more common tool to correct Tungsten film to be shot in Daylight... but isn't the correct filtration 5500k to 3200k... which an 85B provides? Why is the 85 so popular? Thanks- Nicholas Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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