Tiffen 77mm T1 Infrared Filter for Camera


Tiffen 77mm T1 Infrared Filter for Camera by Tiffen at Meier Camera. MPN: W77IR. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The Tiffen 77mm T1 Infrared Filter for Camera is designed to be used with cameras such as the Panavision Genesis and Sony F35 (CCD) and Sony EX1/ EX3 (3 CMOS Chip). CCD and CMOS sensors are made from Silicon, which is inherently sensitive to infrared energy. The Tiffen T1 Infrared Filter is designed to address the IR contamination associated with these sensors. This contamination is most visible in dark fabrics, greens become a reddish muddy brown and blacks have a magenta hue.The Tiffen T1 Infr


Tiffen 77mm T1 Infrared Filter for Camera by Tiffen
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The Tiffen 77mm T1 Infrared Filter for Camera is designed to be used with cameras such as the Panavision Genesis and Sony F35 (CCD) and Sony EX1/ EX3 (3 CMOS Chip). CCD and CMOS sensors are made from Silicon, which is inherently sensitive to infrared energy. The Tiffen T1 Infrared Filter is designed to address the IR contamination associated with these sensors. This contamination is most visible in dark fabrics, greens become a reddish muddy brown and blacks have a magenta hue.The Tiffen T1 Infrared Filter is manufactured using Tiffen's proprietary ColorCore technology, where each effect is captured between two pieces of glass. This allows Tiffen to grind and polish both surfaces providing the cinematographer with perfect parallelism and worry free handling. The T1 IR filter contains no dichroic coating; therefore, it will not vignette green, magenta or cyan at wide angles. This filter can be stacked with Neutral Densities up to 0.9; however, for best results Tiffen recommends using the Tiffen Full Spectrum IRND's when heavier densities are required.

Features & Highlights

  • Tiffen 72mm T1 Infrared Filter for Camera - Plastic Storage Case - Tiffen 1 Year Warranty
  • Helps eliminate the red contamination on dark products and fabrics
  • Good for digital photography
  • Can be used at all times with most digital cameras
  • Tiffen's ColorCore technology is produced through a process that entails permanently laminating the filter material in between two pieces of optical glass that are ground flat to tolerances of a ten-thousandth of an inch, then mounting them in precision aluminum rings

Additional Information

Brand:
Tiffen
Manufacturer:
Tiffen
Category:
Infrared Filters
Model:
W77IR
MPN:
W77IR
UPC:
049383190618
Part Number:
W77IR
Publisher:
Tiffen
Binding:
Camera
Item Weight:
0.05 pounds
Package Weight:
1.76 pounds
Package Size:
7.87 x 3.94 x 7.87 inches

 


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