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WTS Smaller size sheets of Lee Filters

  Are you interested in trying out some of the Minus Green filters to kill that nasty green tint in your newest LED flashlight ?

   Looking for a RED ,GREEN or BLUE  colored filter for a light  ?

    Want to take a 6500K light and turn it into a 3800K warm white tint ?

      Interested in trying out Zircon filters exclusively made for high temperature led lights ?

 

 

 
  I'm now offering 3x6 sheets of some of the more common Lee filters

#F1 - 1/8 Minus Green filter ... to reduce green tint.
#F2 - 1/4 Minus Green filter ..  "       "       "      "
#F3 - 1/2 Minus Green...     "        "        "         "

#F4 - LEE FILTERS 205 SHEET 1/2 C.T. ORANGE CONVERTS 6500K TO 3800K
#F5 - Colored filters- Red, #5A-RED filter 5B green 5C Blue filter.
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>>>> NEW... I'm also carrying 3x6 sheets of of the tougher Zircon Lee filters
 

Zircon >Zircon sheets take high temperature better than regular Lee filters   advertised as 200x tougher /definitely thicker  

 Z1- Zircon Minus Green -slightly less than a 1/8th minus green   ( hard to find)

 Z2 - Zircon  1/8th minus green  same as the  1/8th minus green 

 Z3 - Zircon  1/4 minus green 

 R4- Rosco  1/4 minus green  in their Cinigel tough filter series 

,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
#F1 ~ #F5 - $3 sheet
#Z1 ~ #Z3 + #R4 - $4 sheet
Continental U.S. shipping - 50 cents
International -1.50

 
Dc-fix and Diffusion film is still available in this thread as well .>>   http://budgetlightforum.com/node/42208
 
PM me with any questions and requests .I'll respond asap with paypal and shipping info 
 
 
 >... I don't subscribe to my own threads ... so PM is always the best way to contact me  

 

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Edited by: Boaz on 09/04/2021 - 07:22
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>>>> NEW <<<<<

 

I'm now offering 3x6 sheets of some of the more common Lee filters

#F1 - 1/8 Minus Green filter ... to reduce green tint.
#F2 - 1/4 Minus Green filter ..
#F3 - 1/2 Minus Green.
#F4 - LEE FILTERS 205 SHEET 1/2 C.T. ORANGE CONVERTS 6500K TO 3800K
#F5 - Colored filters- Red, #5A-RED filter 5B green 5C Blue filter.

Zircon >Zircon sheets take high temperature better than regular Lee filters   advertised as 200x tougher /definitely thicker  

 Z1- Zircon Minus Green -slightly less than a 1/8th minus green   (very hard to source)

 Z2 - Zircon  1/8th minus green  same as the  1/8th minus green 

 Z3 - Zircon  1/4 minus green 

 R4- Rosco  1/2 minus green  in their Cinigel tough filter series 

,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
#F1 ~ #F5 - $3 sheet
#Z1 ~ #Z3 + #R4 - $4 sheet
Continental U.S. shipping - 50 cents
International -1.50
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Thanks for offering this, Boaz.

By doing so, you're really helping the community!

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Maybe someone could beam shots of various leds

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Oh didnt see this thread so Im just leaving this here:

MoreLumens wrote:
Does “#F4 – LEE FILTERS 205 SHEET 1/2 C.T. ORANGE CONVERTS 6500K TO 3800K” work good with Osram white flats and what about LEP lights?
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forsh wrote:
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Maybe someone could beam shots of various leds

Here is a few : https://imgur.com/a/fxQOlYg

Compared with Sunlike SOL 4000K 99CRI, tested here (not the same sample), It’s a COB in a light-bulb, compared to the sun it appears very neutral.

flashlights and LEDs compared in this order :

Thrunite TH20 XP-L V6 NW
YLP Unicorn 1.0 LH351D 4000K 90CRI
Wurkkos FC11 LH351D 5000K 90CRI
Fireflies PL47G2 SST-20 4000K 95CRI tint bin FA3
Zebralight H600fc mkIV XHP 50.2 4000K 90CRI
Eagletac TX25C2 XM-L2 U2 NW
YLP Panda3R XP-L HI 4000K (throw emitter)
YLP Panda3R XP-G3 4000K (flood emitter)

Note that that there is some color banding in the album view, zooming or opening the pics in full removes it.

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  Amazing that last pic with the xpg-3 in the panda  /.... simply adding a 1/8th minus filter sheet some great pics 

 

take the time to go thru thefreemans pics  here  >>  https://imgur.com/a/fxQOlYg

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I sent a PM. Does anyone know how to affix the filter to the outside of the lens? I want to use some on a Wurkkos FC11, I can get that one apart and put filter behind the lens. But what about on lights you can’t get apart?

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mbp wrote:
Does anyone know how to affix the filter to the outside of the lens?

no.1 has sticky adhesive.

  • You could find an object that’s a similar shape as the lens and use that to draw a circle on the paper for the adhesive.
  • Use scissors to cut a circle.
  • Try to position the circle on the lens without removing the paper cover for the adhesive to see if it fits.
  • Cut it down a little more until it fits.
  • Wipe the lens with a microfibre cloth to get rid of finger smudges or dust,l.
  • Remove the paper from the film.
  • Stick the film to the lens.
  • Press any bubbles out.

That’s the approach I used. There might be easier an easier way.

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I assume mbp is talking about the color filter rather than the diffuser, personally I used tiny amount of glue from a glue stick around the edge. It works ok but a water resistant glue might be better.

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I tried using 3 small dots of super glue to attach a minus green filter to dc-fix 1. It left some ugly marks on the filter and bezel.

I also tried Elmer’s Clear glue and that didn’t hold.

Are there other suitable glues?

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I wonder would it be possible to install with a bit of water between the film and the glass, similar to some smartphone protective films?

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Manker E14III NW with #F1 1/8 minus green filter:

Green almost completely gone on low.
It doesn’t look green on Medium/High/Turbo now. Thumbs Up

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  Glad I could help ...

 

No one wants a green light except maybe the Green Lantern .

 

 

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Not to rain on this. How are you keeping the gel from melting? Multiple times I have had issues with small camera flashes melting them. Cost me a ex580, and I became much more selective about when I would use them.

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TimMc wrote:
I tried using 3 small dots of super glue to attach a minus green filter to dc-fix 1. It left some ugly marks on the filter and bezel.

I also tried Elmer’s Clear glue and that didn’t hold.

Are there other suitable glues?

How about Norland 61 ?

It’s optically clear and cured with UV. Usually used to attach tritium vials, but it might work to bind the two layers together without artifact or marking?

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Not to rain on this. How are you keeping the gel from melting? Multiple times I have had issues with small camera flashes melting them. Cost me a ex580, and I became much more selective about when I would use them.

 

    If you’re using a crazy hot rod flashlight Then I’d suggest using the zircon filters which are tough as nails . You’d have to be running a welding torch to burn one up .

Never heard of anyone melting a regular filter with a flashlight but obviously Lee wanted or felt the need to also make a tougher filter too. Smile 

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Yassss,
Was looking for this all over amazon and ebay. I need this for my E14 III BLF combo. It quite too green for my taste. PM sent, thanks Boaz.

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Once mine come in I’ll be posting pics of my Astrolux ft03 xhp50.2 6000-6500k (dedomed) before and after. I don’t have pics of beam before I dedomed, but the cct dropped which was great but also got MUCH greener, this should help ALOT.

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Is this still available?

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Yes .....

In fact I have new / harder to find zircon sheets ....as well as more  regular Lee and Rosco filters 

 

I have about 8 different filters and another dozen or more diffuser films available .

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PM’d. I’ll update with how it goes.

Edit 2/13/21: I got the sheets, they look great. Awesome price, and they came with a nice note. Can’t recommend enough.

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PM'd. I'll update with how it goes. Edit 2/13/21: I got the sheets, they look great. Awesome price, and they came with a nice note. Can't recommend enough.

 

Thanks Twin8 ...  Glad I could help  .

 

 Appreciate your kind comments 

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Are these still available? Looking to buy some of the Zircon minus green filters to help with the green tint on a light with 5000k SST-20 LEDs

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