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ExpoImaging Rogue FLASH Gels - Combo Filter Kit

UPC # 751751040073
MFR # ROGUEGEL-U
$43.99
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PRODUCT DETAILS
  • Includes 20 filters: 14 color effects, 5 color correction, 1 diffusion
  • Includes Rogue Gel-Band attachment
  • Includes Padded storage pouch with quick-reference dividers

Colored lighting filters, or gels, are often used as accent lights, or to add dramatic color to backgrounds or selected portions of a scene for artistic effect. Choose from a range of reds, yellows, blues, and greens included in this kit to punch up an image with color and create mood. Rogue Flash Gels are designed to attach to speedlights using the included Rogue Gel Band.

The Rogue Flash Gels Combo Filter Kit includes one each of the following colored gels: Chocolate, Smokey Pink, Follies Pink, Bright Red, Rust, Dark Salmon, Oklahoma Yellow, Medium Yellow, Deep Purple, Special KH Lavender, Just Blue, Medium Blue Green, Steel Green, Moss Green. The Combo Filter Kit also includes one each of the following color correction gels: 1/4 CTO, 1/2 CTO, Full CTO, 1/2 CTB, Plus Green, 2 f/stop Diffusion.

We print directly onto the gels to ensure you always know what gel you’re using. Rogue Flash Gels are individually labeled with the LEE Filter name of each gel, as well as the gel’s measured f/stop loss value, and when appropriate, the corresponding Kelvin color temperature correction and camera white balance icon.

With a coverage area of 3" x 2.5" (76 mm x 63 mm) Rogue Flash Gels are large enough to cover even the largest flash heads, and they can be creased or trimmed for smaller flash heads as desired. Their innovative tabbed design allows them to be quickly attached to a wide range of shoe mount flash brands, including: Canon, Konica, Metz, Minolta, Nikon, Nissin, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Quantum, Sigma, Sony, and Vivitar.

Rogue Flash Gels are cut from professional quality coated polyester film produced by LEE Filters UK, the world’s leading manufacturer of lighting filter products.

Correction filters, or gels, are typically used to adjust the color temperature of a flash to better match other light sources to improve overall color balance in an image.

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