A camera filter which can transform reflections, pure white light, displays, etc. into a rainbow effect, leaving everything else normal!Designed by Wallfacer Design in United States of America
What is it? Two rotatable 52mm lens filters. One contains a plate of 0.15-0.21mm thick V-1 grade natural Muscovite mica, lasercut to fit. The other contains a linear polarization sheet. Both are pr...Read More…
Two rotatable 52mm lens filters. One contains a plate of 0.15-0.21mm thick V-1 grade natural Muscovite mica, lasercut to fit. The other contains a linear polarization sheet. Both are pressure fit with a threaded seal. This combination selectively modifies the appearance of reflections, pure white light, displays, etc. into a rainbow effect, leaving everything else normal with approximately 90% visible light transmission. Extremely fine control of color saturation and presence is possible; by rotating the polarizing axis the effect intensity can be varied or disabled, by rotating the mica the coloration and palette will change. The individual filters can be used separately or reversed for other diverse effects.
Adapters are available to fit other lens sizes through an outside supplier: http://www.camera-filters.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=431
This is a part of a greater project making sunglasses with the same visual effects, trippy man! I wanted a way to share what it's like to wear the glasses and it turns out this is just as impressive and a rather versatile photography effect. I'm not making a whole lot of money off of this, but it'll help pay rent. I think you'll really like it!
Intense color saturated highlights in otherwise less than exciting photos. Really draws the eye, very high impact. Also interesting just to explore your surroundings and see what responds and what does not, all sort of exciting things pop out at you. Water puddles look like oil slicks, cars driving by look like the have magpie feathers, Skyscrapers like watercolors... Mica has many other unique properties, a little research will inspire you.
Comes in a laser-cut box with an informational sheet.
See the Hackaday project for more details about this project! https://hackaday.io/project/167391-psychedelic-mica-wave-plate-camera-filter https://hackaday.io/project/165703-mica-sunglasses
Please note that housings have an unrelated manufacturing logo.
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Jayson | Oct. 6, 2019
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