Flare / Streak Filters

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Flare / Streak Filters

from 79.00

Add a little Flare to your videos and photos!

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- 58mm filters will include an additional 52mm step ring, giving you both 58mm and 52mm mounting sizes with one purchase.

- 77mm filters will include an additional 72mm step ring, giving you both 77mm and 72mm mounting sizes with one purchase.

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It's time to stray away from the clinical look that modern day spherical SLR lenses give. Our filters give your new and old lenses a little more charm and charisma!

Assembled onto a round rotating filter frame, the Flare/Streak filter is similar to the CineMorph Anamorphic Looks Filter, but without the Oval Bokeh Shaper Element, making it much more compatible with many cameras and a wider range of lenses as well as no light loss.

Often asked if we could come up with a filter using only the flare element from the CineMorph filter, we set out to deliver this.  Getting just the right flare is not as easy as it sounds. After a long time of experimenting with various materials and assembly methods we were able to come up with a new filter that does not have the anamorphic oblong oval bokeh element and without all the other limitations that comes with the CineMorph filter.

It's a simple and easy to use streak-flare filter that can mount to virtually any camera lens and any focal length.
 

It uses a high quality rotating filter frame and glass so that it wont dull or degrade the image.

 


FAQs

Q: What are some lenses that you would recommend for use with the Flare / Streak Filter?

A: Unlike our CineMorph filter, you can pretty much use any lens as there is no anamorphic bokeh shaper that will cause vignetting or light loss.
FAQs

Q: What are some lenses that you would recommend for use with the Flare / Streak Filter?

A: Unlike our CineMorph filter, you can pretty much use any lens as there is no anamorphic bokeh shaper that will cause vignetting or light loss.


Q: What are some lenses that you would recommend for use with the CineMorph Filter on my DSLR?

A:  We really like the old Nikon AI E series lenses, like the 85mm f2 or the 100mm f2.8. Even the 135mm is good. Other great lenses are the Russian Helios 58mm f2, Jupiter 85mm f2, Tair 135mm f2.8. The Japanese Takumar 55mm f1.8 is another good one. And of course even the old Canon FD lenses will work nicely as well, especially on the Panasonic M43 cameras like GH1, GH2 and GF2.

Q: What are some lenses that you would recommend for use with the CineMorph Filter on my DSLR?

A:  We really like the old Nikon AI E series lenses, like the 85mm f2 or the 100mm f2.8. Even the 135mm is good. Other great lenses are the Russian Helios 58mm f2, Jupiter 85mm f2, Tair 135mm f2.8. The Japanese Takumar 55mm f1.8 is another good one. And of course even the old Canon FD lenses will work nicely as well, especially on the Panasonic M43 cameras like GH1, GH2 and GF2.

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Flare / Streak Filter sample and user videos.

Dragonflies and Bubbles...and of course Flares!

Testing on various lenses.

Tight Focal Lengths = Long Streaks / Wider Lenses = Shorter Flares and Streaks.


For our CineMorph Anamorphic Bokeh Filter, click here.

For our CineMorph Anamorphic Bokeh Filter, click here.

Anamorphic lens effects are subtle, but recognizable when you see it. Using the Flare/Streak filter and the Vashimorphic Filter for AE will give you some very convincing looks. 

Anamorphic lens effects are subtle, but recognizable when you see it. Using the Flare/Streak filter and the Vashimorphic Filter for AE will give you some very convincing looks. 

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Featured by Red Giant Software in their Short Film "PLOT DEVICE"!

Featured by Red Giant Software in their Short Film "PLOT DEVICE"!