MidOpt HT008 Ultra High Contrast Glass Linear Polarizing Film - 0.008in Thick


Film Dimension: 50mm x 50mm
Price:
$28.75

Description

MidOpt HT008 High Contrast Linear Polarizing Film

MidOpt’s HT008 Linear Polarizing Film is resistant to high temperature illumination. It solves the temperature sensitivity issues that are common with standard polarizing films, which typically fail or curl when introduced to high heat for an extended period of time.

Temperature Rating: 115°C x 240 hours

Also available with self-adhesive backing (Part #: HTA008).

Polarizers are designed to reduce specular glare by passing only the light polarized in the direction perpendicular to the reflected light (glare). In addition, they help improve contrast, increase color saturation and detect imperfections in transparent materials. MidOpt Polarizing Filters can be easily and securely mounted to your lens and light source for maximum extinction or glare reduction.

MidOpt HT008 Linear Polarizing Filter Technical Characteristics

Useful Range: 400-700nm
Contrast Ratio
10,000:1
Thickness
0.008"


MidOpt HT008 Linear Polarizing Film Transmission Chart

MidOpt HT008 Polarizing Film Transmission Chart

Custom Shapes

Polarizing Films are available in multiple thicknesses and can be custom laser cut to fit any light source with a maximum usable width of 16.5″ and length up to 300′. For custom shapes and high volumes Contact Us

About Midwest Optical Systems Polarizers:

Polarizers are designed to reduce specular glare by passing only the light polarized in the direction perpendicular to the reflected light (glare). In addition, they help improve contrast, increase color saturation and detect imperfections in transparent materials. MidOpt Polarizing Filters can be easily and securely mounted to your lens and light source for maximum extinction or glare reduction.

  • Contrast ratios average up to 10,000:1
  • Linear, circular and wire grid polarizers are available for visible (VIS) and near-infrared (NIR) spectrums
  • Rotating mount with locking thumb screw to fine tune glare reduction
  • Exceptional surface quality; 40/20 scratch/dig

Polarizing Filter & Film Applications:

Polarizers are commonly used to reduce glare from non-metallic in objects with smooth surfaces or surfaces covered with grease, oil or liquid. For best results, use an optical-grade Polarizer over the lens and Polarizing Film over the light source. The PR120/PG120 offers ultra-high contrast and an anti-reflection oleophobic coating.

For Best Results: Polarizing Film should be used over the light source in conjunction with a Polarizing Filter over the camera lens.

How to use a polarizing filter by Midwest Optical Systems

MidOpt HT008 Part Numbers:

MidOpt HT008-R50
MidOpt HT008-R100
MidOpt HT008-R150
MidOpt HT008-R215
MidOpt HT008-R330
MidOpt HT008-R330
MidOpt HT008-R420x304.8
MidOpt HT008-R420

 

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