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Roscolux 24 Inch x 25 Ft. Gel Roll Bastard Amber
     
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    Roscolux 24 Inch x 25 Ft. Gel Roll Bastard Amber

    Manufacturer: Rosco Laboratories

    Item #: RSC-0002-2425   •   MFG #: 100 000002 2425

     

    List Price:$127.75
    Our Price:$124.25

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      Good where a tint of color is needed. Excellent for natural skin tones. (Transmission = 78%).

      Roscolux is comprised of two types of plastic. More than 65% of the line is made from co-extruded polycarbonate plastic. The remainder of the line is deep dyed polyester.

      HOW COLOR FILTERS WORK
      Filters create color by subtracting certain wavelengths of color. Thus, a red filter absorbs blue and green, allowing only the red wavelengths to pass. The process is subtractive, not additive, so the light source must emit a full spectrum.

       
       

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