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  1. Selling a full set of Schneider Platinum IRND's These have served me great over the last few years. Used to be the standard at rental houses, great quality for the price. 0.3 (Excellent) 0.6 (Excellent) 0.9 (Newer/Excellent) 1.2 (Two tiny nicks on the border, no where near photographing, otherwise great) 1.5 (Excellent) 1.8 (Excellent) $1250 Photos avail.
  2. Hi all, I was wondering how one would go about exposing or even using color effect filters like color gradients, Coral, Antique Suede or Day for Night optical filters while shooting on a digital camera and delivering in color. For example, say that you are using an Antique Suede. Wouldn't depriving the sensor of blue light be very destructive to the raw image? To my understanding the blue channel displays the most noticeable noise the most often. If so, how would you combat this? What are the advantages of doing such an important color decision in camera rather than in post apart from the "stops people from messing with your image" argument? Are there any clear optical or overall quality differences? Thanks in advance!
  3. Hello everyone. I accidentally left the Wratten (85b) filter on while I was shooting with a Vision 50D in daylight. anyone could tell me what to expect? I am sure that the color temperature will be much warmer with red/yellow/orange overcast over the image. If so, there's any chance that i can slightly correct the "problem" in post prod? i've also used the automatic exposure of the camera and my biggest fear is that the image will look too much dark and underexposed to be used. Anyone with the same experience? Thanks for the attention.
  4. Hi, I'm selling my filters; 28x Tiffen 4x4 filter. Also selling the metal flight case and a filter pouch for 6 filters. List of filters, 4x 85 4x 85 N3 4x 85 N6 4x 85 N9 2x 85B 1x 85B N3 1x 85B N6 1x 85B N9 1x 85POL 4x 81EF 1x 81EF ND3 1x 81EF ND6 1x 85EF ND9 Metal flight case secures 60 filters. The key for case is missing. Haida 100 filter pouch, holds 6 filters. More pics, Tiffen folder; https://jussipaita.imgur.com ASKING PRICE FOR THE WHOLE SET 900 euro. If you´re interested write me an email: jniemela79(a)gmail.com
  5. For sale a 4 stage MB14 Arri 6 x 6 Mattebox. In great shape, price includes Mattebox, Hard Mattes, 4 6x6 frames (2 geared and 2 normal) bracket that allows you to your new mattebox on 15mm or 19mm rods. whip for geared trays when you use grads, 138mm filter holder
  6. I'm due to be flying out to shoot a music vid in the next few weeks on the Arri Alexa Mini - I thought I'd pick the community brain to see if anyone has any great suggestions for lens choices to achieve the following kind of look.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gtdpnKbT10 We've had to rule out the option of shooting VHS/film/TV cameras etc. So I've got to get as close as I can using the right sort of lens and filters (plus there'll be haze too which'll help) - we'll be hiring in LA, so if anyone suggest a particular vintage lens that's hard to get hold of then it'd be great to know if you know of a local rental house that may stock it? The main things we're looking to achieve are - As close to the look as possible using lens/filters/haze/grade - The ability to zoom mid shot, all adding to that retro effect, so ideally something with a large zoom range and ideally parfocal. At the moment I'm thinking an Angenieux 24-290 purely because of the range - I know she's a beast but I'll be on sticks the whole time. Plus something like a Glimmerglass 1/2 or 1 or possibly even a Hollywood Star filter to really make those light sources pop. I've not used nets before, so I'm a bit hesitant to experiment too much on the job so ideally glass suggestion if possible :-) Are there any watchouts I should be aware of? I've learnt a huge amount from you guys so it'd be really great to get the forums advice and ideas :-) Huge thanks in advance, Matt.
  7. Hello, I am selling different 4x4 filters all great shape, all with a pouch. Here's the list and prices: - 4x4 Formatt Fog 1/4 and Fog 1/2: 80 EUR (for the two filters) - 4x4 Schneider Classic Soft 2: 80 EUR - 4x4 Tiffen Black Pro-Mist 2: 70 EUR - 4x4 Tiffen Glimmerglass 3: 120 EUR - 4x4 Schneider ND 0.9: 60 EUR - 4x4 Schenider IR ND 1.8 Platinum: 120 EUR Shipping is 9 EUR per filter to most countries. Combined shipping is cheaper. Payment by Paypal. Pictures available on request. Here is my e-mail: olivier@theblacksheep.be All the best, Olivier
  8. WOODLAND HILLS, Calif. (May 23, 2016) - Panavision, the entertainment industry's leading designer, manufacturer and rental provider of high-precision optics and camera systems, has announced the availability of PanaND filters. Representing the next-generation neutral density filters, they offer significant improvements in quality and consistency, so filmmakers can focus on achieving their creative goals. Full spectrum PanaND filters benefit from advancements in materials and manufacturing to deliver color neutrality very accurately. "Until now, cinematographers using traditional ND filters to control exposure have always had to deal with color shifting and optical performance degradation," says Haluki Sadahiro, Panavision's director of new product development. "Unlike traditional filters, PanaNDs are made with the highest quality glass and advanced coating technologies. As a result, they are truly neutral - cutting the light without altering the color temperature." PanaND filters are available in a wide range of options from 1 to 7 stops in 0.3, 0.6, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, 1.8 and 2.1ND, and come in 4x5.65 and 6x6-inch sizes. The filters feature a sturdier construction and patent-pending tactile markings so users can quickly identify the depth of the ND filter in the dark. "PanaND filters are another example of Panavision's close collaboration with filmmakers that goes back 60 years," says Sadahiro. "Our focus on motion picture production allows us to better understand the needs and methods of cinematographers. Supporting them with the right tools and unparalleled service is our passion." Compatible with film and digital cameras, PanaND filters can be rented from any Panavision facility around the world. For more information, visit www.Panavision.com.
  9. I have two 4 x 5.65" hot mirror IRND filters up on ebay now. Formatt .3 hot mirror IRND: http://www.ebay.com/itm/262266493111 Tiffen .9 hot mirror IRND: http://www.ebay.com/itm/262266483502 Let me know if you have any questions or want some demo R3Ds using a Colorchecker Passport.
  10. Hi, I've had a Tiffen IRND 1.5 filter recently returned and the filter appears to have a darker center then the outside, almost as if where the 4x5.6 filter tray sits is one tone and the exposed filter inside of the tray is a darker shade. Has anybody seen or heard about this before? When placed in front of a camera, it's unseen, however very obvious to the human eye. Thanks.
  11. Selling a set of Tiffen IRND's 0.3-1.8, sizes in Panavision 4x5.650". The set is 2 years old, is color matched and not faded, still in silver protective bags. Selling entire set for $1,400 ISD shipped. Available for p/u in LA, or can ship elsewhere. Please contact by email: markusmentzer@gmail.com Mfr #: 45650IRND3, W45650IRND6, W45650IRND9, 45650IRND12, 45650IRND15, 45650IRND18 Tiffen 4x5.650 Infrared Neutral Density Filters 0.3-1.8 are a combination Infrared and Neutral Density filter that reduces the amount of light passing through the camera lens without changing the color of the scene, while also reducing the amount of infrared light entering the camera. The Tiffen IR ND series is produced using Water White glass. As with all Tiffen filters, IR ND filters are ground and polished to provide the greatest level of flatness and parallelism. This, together with their exclusive ColorCore technology, ensures the highest level of optical quality.
  12. Selling two complimentary Angenieux Zooms. The 16-42 and 30-80mm T2.8 with 2 sets of Tiffen 4.5 round ND filters with rolling case. Clean glass no scratches front and rear caps 2 X Filters ND.3 ND.6 ND.9 ND 1.2 ND 1.5 ND 1.8 asking $26K OBO call or text 917-597-5511 or email JohnkelleyDP@gmail.com
  13. So I bought the Angenieux 17-68mm f/2.2 c-mount lens for my MFT cameras and I am wanting to use my variable ND filter on it. Obviously I needed a step up ring adaptor. I read at vintagelensesforvideo.com in the comments section of the post about this lens that it was most likely a series 7 filter. So I bought a series 7 to 58mm adaptor; I was way too big. I then bought a series 6 to series 7 adaptor; this was barely too small. I've gone to all the local Dallas/Fort Worth camera shops and they all have no clue. Does anyone know what the front filter specifications are for this lens? Any help much appreciated! Alex
  14. Schneider 4x6.5 ND 1.2 NEW unused retail price $224.95 For sale: $190 + free shipping in USA
  15. Hi everyone. I'm trying to get some shots with a 9mm Cooke lens I have for my Arri S/B, I'd like to put some filtration in front of it. The problem is that, due to the wide field of view, I'm still getting the interior of the matte box on the edges of the picture frame. I'm trying to figure out how to rig something but I thought I'd put my query up here since I know others have run into and dealt with this before. Thanks in advance for any help.
  16. Anyone got a 4x3 grad filter 0.6 knocking around that they fancy selling me? Cheers, Greg
  17. Hello all, I've just bought myself an Arri SR3 advanced. I'm now looking to buy: Matte box, that can take 100x100mm or 100x125mm or 100x150mm filters. Something like this Truelens Kestrel would suit: http://www.truelens.co.uk/index.php?webpage=product_detail.php&product_id=72697&cID=20213 Up to £150 Soft grad 0.6 filter - 100x100mm or 100x125mm or 100x150mm. Up to £80 Suitable tripod with video head. Up to £500 Please get in touch if you have any of these items within my price range. Many thanks, Greg
  18. i'm only asking for help on how to convert the Sekonic color meter "CC" index reading to apply to the Resolve "tint" slider value in the camera RAW section. (no mired/kelvin issues for this.. just the CC value and translating that value for post work) On p12 of the Sekonic manual paraphrased, each CC index number is multiplied by 2.5 to get a Color Correction filter number... OK, that's awesome... for knowing what CC gels to use on lights... ...but how does that meg/grn adjustment number relate to the +/- 150 value in many applications (lightroom/resolve) I would also like to know how to apply that same meg/grn measurement to shots in post too. Here's an example: hypothetical fumbled studio shoot. Tungsten lamps, checked/metered in advance, all good. Power goes out, comes back on an hour later. one of the bulbs is now dead and is replaced. In a rush and don't re-meter lights notice after the talent leaves that something is off with the key (fill bounced) re-meter, yup for some reason the new lamp shows a CC index value of G2 (previous bulb was 0 on the Sekonic C-500) Write down the value... Fast Forward I am now sitting in front of Resolve and looking at the "tint" slider in camera raw window on the "color" tab. what do i set the slider to... +5 -5 +2 -2 .... or something completely different? Please explain in detail. Thank You so much in advance, I have given myself a headache from googling and re-reading manuals =)
  19. Slowly but surely, I'm adding content for you guys: Feel free to ask me questions, or request specific demo subjects!
  20. Hi folks! I don't know If I'm in the right forum for this, but I need some help to find a specific sort of lighting filter. I'm looking for a filter that diffuses the light but doesn't add that white color, more like a "clear translucent" / "non-white" frost / diffusion film. Rosco has got a lot of different filters, for example: E-Colour #216: White Diffusion E-Colour #220: White Frost E-Colour #480: Full Atlantic Frost E-Colour #253: Hanover Frost E-Colour #129: Heavy Frost etc. I've made two comparison pics in ps so it would be easier to explain, notice how the second example diffuses equally as much but doesn't add the white color to it. For example (#1), this is a white frost film: ...a this example (#2) is a "non-white" frost film: I don't know if such a diffusion film exist, but if you happen to know any please let me know, I would really appreciate it! Best regards /Patrik
  21. Hey everybody After getting my Black Magic Pocket Cam, and a bunch of accessories, I'm about to start delving into the wonderful world, and perform some lens tests. I have 4 Schneider Prims, and 4 Kern Primes. The gear is almost complete. But I'm stuck in finding a solution for a ND Filter for these little primes. Any suggestions? I'm not sure if there's any that could fit a Matte Box? Not sure if that is still used. Thanks, F
  22. 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!
  23. Hey All, I am selling a 138mm True-Pola from Schneider. We used it once. No scratches. Perfect Condition. Retails for $269.00 at Abel. I am selling for $150 or best offer. Cash. Looking to sell quickly in the Los Angeles area. Thanks, Jessica Lopez Steadicam Operator 323-217-5910 Ladyops.com
  24. can anyone explain in details what are the exact difference between these filter? and What filter was used in these images? if any.
  25. Hello all, I'm new here, and have decided to dive right in. Check out a little project myself and some chums shot in the summer. It's about rape and murder. https://vimeo.com/60551788 Thanks, Lucien
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