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    Also curious about experience using a Rosco Trucolor IR Filter? (In front of NDs)
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    The roscoe is reat though I feel I have had marginally better success from the format HMND. The roscoe filter is also very flimsy and easily breakable and not scratch resistant in the least.
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    This Video shows me what I feel I Should buy.

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    This thread prompted me to run a new battery of tests on these newer series of IR control filters. Of particular interest to me was testing out the Tiffen Hot Mirror/IRNDs, the Formatt Hot Mirror/ND and the new Formatt ProStops... I threw in the Schneider Platinums, standard hot mirrors (and combined them with all of the various NDs and IRNDs out there, even inter-mixing brands), as well as True Cut and T1 filters (also combined with NDs and IRNDs)...

    Phil was gracious enough to bring his Formatt HM/ND with him and act as a hand model.

    We will post some images soon.
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    Christopher, can't wait!
    Many thanks in advance to you and Phil!
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    Certainly surprising results. I won't spill the beans, but there's a new "good option" for IR protection.
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    Found out from Formatt that they offer the ProStops in both glass and CR39 resin versions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Certainly surprising results. I won't spill the beans, but there's a new "good option" for IR protection.
    Awesome! Can't wait to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Holland View Post
    Certainly surprising results. I won't spill the beans, but there's a new "good option" for IR protection.
    Looking forward to these tests. Be curious to see if they line up with what I've experienced. And there are some I have never used before so it will be interesting to compare.
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    We are in the process of compiling and organizing the frame grabs. Will post the Epic results here, though we also ran the same series with the Alexa. I will say each specific camera sensor responds to IR pollution differently and requires its own specific recipe to combat it.
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