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    Cokin Filter Holder

UV photography can be used to show sun damage to the skin. In UV photography, a UV filter is placed in front of a camera to attenuate all wavelengths except UV.

UV pictures can be acquired with either digital or film cameras. However, most cameras are not suitable for UV photography. You need to check whether your specific camera is capable of taking UV pictures.

  • Using the Cokin Filter Holder, up to four rectangular or circular filters can be mounted simultaneously on any type of camera (point-and-shoot and SLR).
    The filters can be easily removed from the Filter Holder. UV filters are opaque to visible light, and camera settings (e.g. focus) can be adjusted only when the filter is not blocking the field of view of the camera.

Cokin Filter Holder

  • The Filter Holder can be readily used with the MoleSense rail. This allows good stability during exposure and provides a constant distance between the camera and the skin. It can also be used with standard tripods.

Cokin Filter Holder with MoleSense

  • The package includes a screw/knob to mount the Filter Holder on a camera. A camera can be positioned up to 2" away from the filters.
    The package also includes two general purpose filters (Cokin A057 and Cokin A198).

The Cokin Filter Holder Product

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