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FOG B
FOG B
Produce the effect of dense fog
Lightly veils the entire picture in white. Available in a set of two: FOG(A) and FOG(B). FOG(B) has a stronger effect than FOG(A). Both can be used together to produce an effect similar to dense fog. The effect can be varied by changing the aperture of the lens, but stopping down too far will reduce the effect.

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INFRARED (R72, RM90)
INFRARED (R72, RM90)
world of invisible light
Used for photography with infrared films. lnfrared film is also sensitive to ultraviolet rays and the shorter wavelengths of the visible spectrum so it is necessary to filter out all but the infrared rays. R72 passes only infrared rays above 720nm; RM90 passes only that above 900nm. Often used in crime detection, medical photography, detection of distribution of vegetation, etc. In ordinary photography with infrared film or infrared color film, the Y(K2), O(G), R(25A) and other filters can also be used to change the contrast or color effect.

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MACRO CLOSE-UP
MACRO CLOSE-UP
Discover the art of nature
A lens of 2-element, 2-group construction and a +10 diopter rating. Resolution is outstanding and focusing is possible at 10cm for super close-ups of insects, flowers and other small objects. The magnification is about 1:2 with a 50mm standard lens (35mm camera), roughly equivalents to a 100mm telephoto lens. The lens should be stopped down as much as possible to get maximum depth-of-field.

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SEPIA A
SEPIA A
Give a nostalgic sepia color effect
These two filters give a nostalgic effect to otherwise ordinary color photographs. Sepia tones are produced across the whole image, as if taken many years ago in Black & White, having then discolored with age. Sepia B has a stronger effect than Sepia A.

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SEPIA B
SEPIA B
Give a nostalgic sepia color effect
These two filters give a nostalgic effect to otherwise ordinary color photographs. Sepia tones are produced across the whole image, as if taken many years ago in Black & White, having then discolored with age. Sepia B has a stronger effect than Sepia A.

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SOFTENER A
SOFTENER A
Scatters light for a soft-focus
A filter randomly arranging minute lens shaped like drops of water on the surface of a acrylic board. Scatters the light and results in a soft focus. Creates a picture with a clear focus and a soft gradation, and this effect is especially evident with an object with a point light source. Color reproduction is easy, and there is no need for exposure adjustment.

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