SKU: GC40-H82B82

Hoya 82mm 82B Filter

Hoya 82mm 82B Filter

An 82B is a light balancing filter used to increase the colour temperature by 200 degrees for a cooler tone than an 82A. This light blue filter absorbs the excessive yellow-red light from daylight in the morning and evening hours and keeps skin tones close to natural. Whereas the 81 Series of filters creates a feeling of warmth, the 82 Series creates a feeling of coolness.

Multi-coated to minimize reflection at the filter surfaces which reduces flare and ghosting.

Features:

Filter factor 1.2 (+2/3 stop)

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Hoya 82mm 82B Filter

An 82B is a light balancing filter used to increase the colour temperature by 200 degrees for a cooler tone than an 82A. This light blue filter absorbs the excessive yellow-red light from daylight in the morning and evening hours and keeps skin tones close to natural. Whereas the 81 Series of filters creates a feeling of warmth, the 82 Series creates a feeling of coolness.

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