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  1. B+W F-PRO (Black) Digital UV/IR Block 486 MRC Filters

    B+W F-PRO (Black) Digital UV/IR Block 486 MRC Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £44.00 Inc. VAT £52.80

    This filter is completely clear and it requires no increase in exposure. Its filter factor is 1 and are MRC coated.

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  2. B+W F-PRO (103) Neutral Density MRC Filters

    B+W F-PRO (103) Neutral Density MRC Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £51.00 Inc. VAT £61.20

    Neutral Density filter, usually referred to as ND filters reduce the overall brightness in a scene. They are typically used for two particular applications.

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  3. B+W F-PRO (106) Neutral Density MRC Filters

    B+W F-PRO (106) Neutral Density MRC Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £55.00 Inc. VAT £66.00

    Neutral Density filter, usually referred to as ND filters reduce the overall brightness in a scene. They are typically used for two particular applications.

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  4. B+W F-PRO (110) Neutral Density MRC Filters

    B+W F-PRO (110) Neutral Density MRC Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £55.00 Inc. VAT £66.00

    Neutral Density filter, usually referred to as ND filters reduce the overall brightness in a scene. They are typically used for two particular applications.

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  5. B+W F-PRO Red Orange 041 (Wratten 22) MRC Filters

    B+W F-PRO Red Orange 041 (Wratten 22) MRC Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £18.00 Inc. VAT £21.60

    The B+W filter manufacturing company was founded in Berlin in 1947 by business partners Biermann and Weber. In 1985 the merger with the Jos. Schneider Optical Works in Bad Kreuznach expanded the B+W line of products with optical filters for science and technology. It also generated significant progress in multi-layer coating systems (MC). As a result, B+W became the first manufacturer of filters in the world to offer the innovative water- and dirt repelling MRC multi-layer coating process, which, in addition to its reflection-preventing qualities is also regarded as being especially scratch-resistant.

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  6. B+W F-PRO Light Red 090 (Wratten 25) MRC Filters

    B+W F-PRO Light Red 090 (Wratten 25) MRC Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £18.00 Inc. VAT £21.60

    The B+W filter manufacturing company was founded in Berlin in 1947 by business partners Biermann and Weber. In 1985 the merger with the Jos. Schneider Optical Works in Bad Kreuznach expanded the B+W line of products with optical filters for science and technology. It also generated significant progress in multi-layer coating systems (MC). As a result, B+W became the first manufacturer of filters in the world to offer the innovative water- and dirt repelling MRC multi-layer coating process, which, in addition to its reflection-preventing qualities is also regarded as being especially scratch-resistant.

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  7. B+W F-PRO Dark Red 091 (Wratten 29) MRC Filters

    B+W F-PRO Dark Red 091 (Wratten 29) MRC Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £35.00 Inc. VAT £42.00

    Compared to the lighter 090 red filter, this one even darkens the reds near the yellow tones in the spectrum, as its transparency only begins in the orange-red region. It produces dramatic effects and extreme tonal separation for graphic effects. That accounts for the large filter factor of appr. 8.

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  8. B+W F-PRO Infared 092 (89B) MRC-IR Filters

    B+W F-PRO Infared 092 (89B) MRC-IR Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £60.00 Inc. VAT £72.00

    B+W Infared Filter 092 (695)

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  9. B+W F-PRO Soft Pro Soft Focus MRC Filters

    B+W F-PRO Soft Pro Soft Focus MRC Filters

    Starting at: Ex. VAT £75.00 Inc. VAT £90.00

    This soft focus attachment has a large number of mini-lenses of varying sizes distributed on its surface in a random pattern, which deliberately defocuses the light that is passing through. This creates a soft, unsharp image around a sharp core image (which is advantageous for reliable manual or automatic focusing). The soft focus effect is largely independent of the chosen aperture setting, so that the depth of field can be controlled for the most part without regard for the degree of the soft focus effect.

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