W10 Umber Warming Color Conversion

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W10 Umber Warming Color Conversion

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  • W10 Umber Warming Color Conversion
  • W10 Umber Warming Color Conversion
  • W10 Umber Warming Color Conversion

W10 Umber Warming Color Conversion

  • Designed for Film Photographers
  • Converts Color Temperature by 1950°K (+100 Mired Shift)
  • Use with Tungsten Balance Film in Daylight conditions
  • Excellent for CineStill 800T
  • 6 layers of HMC multi-coating
  • Equivalent to @85 Filter
$54.90
$54.90
  • W10 color conversion filter warms the ambient light entering the lens by 1950° kelvin (+100 mired shift) by adding dark amber color to the overall exposure. This filter is excellent when using tungsten balanced film like Cinestill 800T and want to create a natural look when shoot outside during the daytime.

    The Hoya W10 filter is helpful when:

    • You are using tungsten-balanced film and want to capture natural colors during the daytime instead of the heavy blue cast the film will create. 

    • You are shooting tungsten-balanced film indoors with 5500°K light sources like flashed or studio strobes

    • W10 is not as strong as the W12 so it will produce a slightly warmer look when used with standard tungsten balance film

    HOYA Multi-Coat (HMC) filters are recommended for enhancing the performance of today’s multicoated lenses. These popular filters minimize reflection, reduce flare and ghosting, and result in over 97% average light transmission.

    Comparison of C Series Filters:

    FILTER

    Cooling Amount

    Equivalent

    W2

    200°K (+20 Mired Shift)

    81A

    W4

    500° K (+40 Mired Shift)

    81D

    W10

    1950° (+100 Mired Shift)

    @85
    W122200° (+120 Mired Shift)@85B


  • Exposure loss:1 Stop
    Mired Shift +100
    Equivalent Filter 85
    Glass Type: Hoya Optical
    Number of Multi-Coatings: 6 total / 3 each side
    Hardened Top Layer: No
    Anti-Static: No
    Frame Construction: Low Profile / Aluminum
    Front Filter Threads: Yes