Hoya 82mm Standard 25A Red Filter

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Manufacturer Code: IN0407
024066003386 UPC : 024066003386
Brand:  Hoya
RRP: 32.0026.00Inc VAT 20%You Save:  6.00
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The most popular of the contrast filters for black and white photography, Red creates dramatic effects by brightening red and orange while darkening blue and blue-green in sky, water and architectural scenes. With underexposure, the red filter may be used to simulate a moonlit scene at midday. With infrared film, the filter gives extreme contrast to skies, turning foliage white and cutting through fog and haze. Red filters are available in most sizes. These filters offer both amateur and professional photographers HOYA's famous quality at reasonable prices. They have coatings applied to both surfaces to suppress reflection and increase light transmission. There are a few exceptions in the special effects range which, due to the special materials used in construction, do not have coatings applied.

Hoya 82mm Standard 25A Red Filter

Features - Hoya 82mm Standard 25A Red Filter

Especially effective for increasing contrast
Ideal to add a dramatic cloud effects in landscapes
Reduces flare and ghosting and deliver edge to edge clear images
Can also be applied creatively in colour and infrared photography
Protect lens surface from scratches, dirt, fingerprints and other damages
More effective in cutting through haze, and moonlight effects are easily accomplished
Hoya multicoated to minimize reflection at the filter surfaces which reduces flare and ghosting

Specification - Hoya 82mm Standard 25A Red Filter

Model 25A Red
Material Glass
Thread Size 82mm
Colour Red
Filter Category Coloured Filters

Kit Contents:
Hoya 82mm Standard 25A Red Filter
User Operating Instructions Manual


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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 27 April, 2007.