Merging all eight of the only True-Streak colors collectively we’ve created the outstanding Rainbow Streak filter. Particular methods designed to merge the colors permit them to seamlessly stream, creating a wonderful impact harking back to the multi-color flares on uncoated lenses. Relying on your lighting, you may make this filter go from refined magnificence to dramatic tremendous pop!
Schneider True-Streak Rainbow Specs
ShapeSquareSize6.6 x 6.6″ (16.76 x 16.76cm)
The Schneider 4 x 4 “Rainbow True-Streak Filter is designed to be used perpendicular to a spot light source such as sun, bulb or candle. These lines create the effect of a scene or image recorded with an anamorphic lens and imaged using a complementary reverse projection lens, which can result in symmetrical and distinct lines, each point extending horizontally from the light source to draw attention to a particular part of the frame or create a visually dramatic effect.
If an image or shot is captured primarily with an anamorphic lens in order to achieve a higher aspect ratio than is possible when only 35 mm spherical lenses are used, the direct result will appear compressed and skewed. Projecting these compressed and distorted images or images through an inverted anamorphic projection lens ensures that the elements in the scene are displayed at the correct proportions. A complementary effect upon completion of this process is the creation of blue, horizontally symmetrical highlights that are elongated from point light sources that can extend across the frame.
Many cinematographers and photographers find this effect desirable, and the Schneider 4 x 4 “Rainbow True-Streak Filter is designed to allow easy reproduction of such accents when using optics that do not have an anamorphic design. optics, lines extending from spot light sources, assume the characteristics of a continuous spectrum when this Rainbow True-Streak Filter is applied, elongated lines from dense light sources may contain up to seven consecutive red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink and purple colors shorter lines corresponding to their source may show a more limited number of colors, determined by their relative position within the frame, but only red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink, violet or gold bands are also available. filters that can preserve the current colors or lack of color displayed by ta light sources.
This filter is most effective for pictures where the light source used to create a line effect is emphasized with a distinct degree of contrast from the rest of the image. Water is made of white glass for clarity and color accuracy.
The point in a scene that is symmetrical creates distinct, long lines that extend horizontally from light sources
It draws attention to a specific part of the frame or can make a visually striking effect
When optics that do not have an anamorphic optics are used, they allow the anamorphic optics to be emphasized for reproducibility.
They form lines extending from point light sources, each of which assumes the characteristics of a continuous spectrum.
Long lines from intense light sources can contain up to seven rows of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, pink and purple colors.
Shorter lines corresponding to less obvious sources of illumination may show a more limited number of colors, as determined by their relative position within the frame.
Made of water white glass for optical clarity and color quality
Including a padded pouch for storage and transport