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#1 Pawel Saladziak

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Posted 08 November 2007 - 04:59 AM

Hi. I have here six pieces of small back attachments for zoom that goes with my kinor16cx-2m as a standard. They are threaded so I can screw them on the rear of the zoom.

They are labeld:

1. 8000K (when you loook through, it appers as a warm grey)
2. HC7 4,8x (latin transaltion would be NS7) (when you loook through, it appers as a cold grey)
3. HC6 2,2x (latin transaltion would be NS6) (when you loook through, it appers as a cold grey)
4. 4500K (when you loook through, it appers as a warm grey)
5. COMPENSATOR (afte translation from cyrylic) (when you loook through, it appers as a very very light grey)
6. ---no label--- probably no tint at all

What are they for? Can they be used for exaple as a standard kodak filters? If so then which should I take as a rteplacement for filter No. 85, so I can shoot daylight scene on tungsten film?

best regards
Pawel
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#2 Olex Kalynychenko

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Posted 08 November 2007 - 02:24 PM

Hi. I have here six pieces of small back attachments for zoom that goes with my kinor16cx-2m as a standard. They are threaded so I can screw them on the rear of the zoom.

They are labeld:

1. 8000K (when you loook through, it appers as a warm grey)
2. HC7 4,8x (latin transaltion would be NS7) (when you loook through, it appers as a cold grey)
3. HC6 2,2x (latin transaltion would be NS6) (when you loook through, it appers as a cold grey)
4. 4500K (when you loook through, it appers as a warm grey)
5. COMPENSATOR (afte translation from cyrylic) (when you loook through, it appers as a very very light grey)
6. ---no label--- probably no tint at all

What are they for? Can they be used for exaple as a standard kodak filters? If so then which should I take as a rteplacement for filter No. 85, so I can shoot daylight scene on tungsten film?

best regards
Pawel


The original set of accesories of russian zoom lens 16 OPF-12-1 10-100 mm included 6 pcs of rear correction filters and one " compensative " filter.
[attachment=2974:10_100_1..._filters.jpg]
The compensative filter have clean optical glass with fixed thickness and can have mark " Kompensator" or can be without any text.


The optical system of OPF-12 zoom lens must included of any one correction filter or " compensative filter at rear side of zoom lens. The zoom lens not work without correction filter or compensative filter on rear side.
[attachment=2975:10_100_filter_1.jpg]

The correction filter for use tungsten ( T ) film with daylight :

- correction filter 4500K, ( 4500K-3200K) , can have mark " 01 ", morning, evening light, evening-glow, daybreak , filter formula 313-222=+91, between 85(+112) and 85C (+81)
85 + 2/3 stops, 85C 1/3stops.
The final factory near + 2/3

- correction filter 6000K ( 6000K-3200K ), can have mark " 02" , midday light,
313-167=+146, near filter 85B ( +131, +2/3stops)+ 81A ( + 18, +1/3 stops )
The final factor near + 1 stop.

- correction filter 8000K ( 8000K-3200K ), can have mark " 03" ,
filter formula 313-125=+188
This like 85B ( + 131 ) and 85C ( + 81) ( 131 +81
85 have factor + 2/3 stops
81EF have factor 2/3 stops,

Total + 1,1/3 stops.

- neutral density filter HD6, have mark HC6 ( russian text " neutral " - "grey ")
2.2x ( + 1 stop )

- neutral density filter ND7 , have mark HC7 4.8x
near + 2,1/3 stop )
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