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Late Spring Cleaning, items from Super 16 Arriflex 16SRII for sale. ARRI LWS-2 Rods with extensions. These are the convertible rods that work with Arriflex 16SR, 16SRII and 16SR3 cameras, in Regular 16 and Super 16. Asking $275 Van Diemen 4x4 Matte Box (with 15mm rod mount), 2 Stage, both Stages rotate, with 4 donuts for different sized lenses. Asking $250 Schneider #85 4x4 Filter, used once. Asking $99 Tiffen #25 Red 4x4 Filter, never used. Asking $125 Thanks for looking, let me know if you have any question. Shipping is free for residents in the lower 48 here in the US, actual shipping and handling cost will be added to international sales. Best, -Tim
Whilst one might purchase a roll of 250D and 200T and test this out as I would, as it happens, I have been wrung out of all my money the past three months. So, rather than try to self hypothesize in my head, I may as well put the proverbial nail in the coffin in an attempt to suppress my ADHD and OCD. Which leads me to my questions... A) Color-wise, what can one expect when using a tungsten balanced stock with an 85 or 85B filter, rather than simply daylight stock aside from the two-third stop of light? B) To further elaborate on question A, normally how significant is this color change? C) Lastly, For a pre eighties era film style, do you recommend using daylight balanced stock for all exterior daytime scenes, or go as far as to strictly use tungsten stock with an 85/85B filter for all exterior daytime scenes, a very common practice of a tungsten dominant era? Until of course I actually go out and test this myself I won't really have an answer I can be one hundred percent satisfied with, but rather one I can at least accept for a short while. And yes, I am aware of the 200 kelvin difference of the 85 vs 85B filter and will be putting this to the test as well once I can economically prioritize doing a film test.
Hi Everybody, I'm shooting some of Pro8mm's Ektachrome 100D on my Canon 514 XL-S. My question is about the daylight/tungsten filter. I've heard from almost all people that I need to have the filter switched to the lightbulb tungsten setting. As counterinuitive as it seems, I've heard that it actually correectly exposes the Ektachrome that way. I just want to be positive about this, and would really appreciate any personal experience shooting on Pro8's stock on this camera. Thank you!
For Sale: two Tiffen 4.5" round filters, old stock, like new in box. 85B-POL & FL-B, $95 for both, shipping included to lower 48. PayPal preferred. Filters are in their original tissue, inside their original Tiffen cloth/velcro pouches, in their original boxes. Filters are +/- 20 years old, but have been stored, unused, in my equipment closet at 8500' in the cool, dry Colorado climate. No scratches, no cleaning marks, no rim dings. I am a retired still photographer, and had rigged the mat box for my 8x10 view camera to accept 4.5" rounds. Had quite a few, but I've sold most of them with the camera. Since tungsten-rated sheet film has disappeared, these two were 'orphans'. 85B-POL combines daylight conversion filter for tungsten film with polarizer in one filter. FL-B is for shooting tungsten stock under fluorescent lighting. Tiffen's current 4.5" 85B-POL is $414 at B&H, (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/367434-REG/Tiffen_412SR85UPOL_4_5_Round_Combination_85.html). Their current FL-B is $196. (http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/57255-REG/Tiffen_412FLB_4_5_FL_B_Fluorescent_Filter.html)