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Gel question

Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by midgetgreen11, Mar 10, 2008.

  1. midgetgreen11

    midgetgreen11 Active Member

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    This question's probably been asked before, but what Lee blue crosses well with "Deep Amber" (Lee 105)?
     
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    porkchop Well-Known Member

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    According to Lee's website 105 is Orange, I could only find one website that had a cross listed and it is R15 or E-color 105 if your down under, but if you are in fact after L 104 "Deep Amber" then i found a good number of resources and they point to R14 or AP6800.

    Here's the Rosco page that lists 104 and 105:
    http://www.rosco.com/australia/technotes/filters/lee_equiv.asp

    And here's a pretty good conversions spread sheet that I found the Apollo conversion on too:
    http://upstagereview.org/Lighting%20Articles/Gel%20Conversion%20Chart.pdf
     
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    Footer Senior Team Senior Team Premium Member

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    I assume by cross, you mean match? Depends on the show, I find myself useing L119 and L366 pretty often. What do you want the look to be?
     
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    porkchop Well-Known Member

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    wow totally didn't read that right sorry
     
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    Logos Well-Known Member

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    I wasa going to suggest L119. I also like L132.
     

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