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Supergel

Supergel is the most widely used colour filter in the world today. It is comprised of a range of more than 75 colours and 15 diffusions. Selected primarily because of the excellence and range of colour, it is unique in its manufacturing and durability as well.

Technical Specifications

Thickness
3 mils Typical (3-5 mils in extremely dark colours)

Temperature Limits
Melting Point 220°C
Softening Point 160°C

The softening point is where the filter begins to show stress marks and break down. We prefer to use polycarbonate plastic because of its higher softening point.

Durability
The life of colour filters depends on many variables: the colour, the instrument and lamp used, the dimmer level a filter generally runs at, and the amount of time the light is running. For these reasons it is impossible to assign a "life" for each filter. However some basics knowledge and experience can help with estimates. Dark green and dark blue filters usually burn out the fastest because they absorb the most infrared energy. Absorbing the extra infrared energy causes the plastic to reach it's melting temperature faster. When darker filters are needed try choosing filters that transmit high amounts of the 700 nm range. You can find this information by looking at the Spectral Energy Distribution (S.E.D.) curve located in the swatchbook for each Supergel colour filter. Filters than transmit high levels at 700 nm may also transmit high levels in the infrared range above 700 nm.(See the Supergel swatchbook for information on how to read S.E.D. curves.)

To prolong the life of a colour filter, align your ellipsoidal lamp to a flat field focus. (Get rid of the hot spot.) You can increase the distance between the lamp and the filter by using a top hat or barn door. In extreme cases, try Rosco Heat Shield or Thermashield to prolong the life of your filters.

Never use a plastic filter directly in front of an open faced lamp. This will nearly always cause premature failure because the heat is trapped and it has nowhere to go except to the plastic filter. Always allow a suitable air gap.

How To Read An S.E.D. Curve
The spectral energy distribution curve of each Supergel filter describes the wavelengths of colour transmitted through the individual filters. For example, Supergel #342 transmits approximately 40% of the violet and blue energy of the spectrum and 75% of the orange and red energy. It blocks all energy in the yellow and green range.

The "Trans." Percentage refers to overall light transmission that is allowed to pass through each individual filter.

Click on this icon shown next to each color filter to view its SED curve.

Available in sheets of 20in. x 24in. (50cm x 61cm) or rolls of 24in. x 25ft. (61cm x 7.62m).

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Color Effect Filters
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG00 Supergel #00: Dempster Open White
A durable, heat resistant polycarbonate film used in the preparation of color scrollers to allow the passage from a color to clear. (Transmission = 96%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG01 Supergel #01: Light Bastard Amber
Enhances fair skin tones. Suggests strong sunlight. (Transmission = 56%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG02 Supergel #02: Bastard Amber
Good where a tint of color is needed. Excellent for natural skin tones. (Transmission = 78%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG03 Supergel #03: Dark Bastard Amber
Most saturated Bastard Amber. (Transmission = 62%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG303 Supergel #303: Warm Peach
Heavier Amber-pink tint. Useful to create warm sunlight. (Transmission = 55%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG04 Supergel #04: Medium Bastard Amber
Especially useful when cross lit with a cool color. Excellent for natural sunlight. (Transmission = 66%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG304 Supergel #304: Pale Apricot
A peach amber. More yellow than 305. (Transmission = 79%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG05 Supergel #05: Rose Tint
A clean pale pink; useful as a blush for skin tones. (Transmission = 80%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG305 Supergel #305: Rose Gold
A pale blush amber for skin tones and backlight. (Transmission = 75%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG06 Supergel #06: No Color Straw
Slightly off white. Good for interiors. (Transmission = 92%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG07 Supergel #07: Pale Yellow
Double saturation of 06. (Transmission = 96%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG09 Supergel #09: Pale Amber Gold
Deep straw. Good for late afternoon sunsets or firelight. (Transmission = 74%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG10 Supergel #10: Medium Yellow
Yellow with green. Good for special effects. Unflattering in acting areas. (Transmission = 92%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG11 Supergel #11: Light Straw
Pale yellow with slight red content. Useful for candle effects. Can be used for area lighting. For bright day feeling. (Transmission = 82%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG312 Supergel #312: Canary
Warmer than 10. A bright, vibrant yellow that evokes exotic sunlight. Use with caution on skin. (Transmission = 85%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG13 Supergel #13: Straw Tint
Much less green than in other straws. Suggests warm sunlight glow when contrasted with ambers and blues. (Transmission = 78%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG313 Supergel #313: Light Relief Yellow
Vibrant Yellow. More red than 312. Less green than all other yellows. (Transmission = 76%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG14 Supergel #14: Medium Straw
Pale amber-higher red content than 12. Sunlight, accents, area lighting with caution to skin tones. (Transmission = 68%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG15 Supergel #15: Deep Straw
Warm golden amber with some green. Useful for special effects-candlelight, firelight. (Transmission = 65%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG317 Supergel #317: Apricot
A rosy amber which produces a romantic sunset color. Useful as sidelight or backlight color. (Transmission = 51%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG318 Supergel #318: Mayan Sun
A medium salmon color which evokes feeling of a tropical island. A good sunset color. Interesting backlight and accent color. Good for warm tonal effects. (Transmission = 52%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG19 Supergel #19: Fire
Strong red amber. Excellent for fire effects. (Transmission = 20%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG20 Supergel #20: Medium Amber
Afternoon sunlight. Lamplight and candlelight. Tends to depress color pigment values. (Transmission = 54%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG21 Supergel #21: Golden Amber
Useful for amber cyc light and late sunsets. (Transmission = 43%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG22 Supergel #22: Deep Amber
Very useful as a backlight. Dramatic specials and firelight. (Transmission = 26%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG23 Supergel #23: Orange
Provides a romantic sunlight through windows for evening effects. (Transmission = 32%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG24 Supergel #24: Scarlet
Very deep amber. Red with a touch of blue. (Transmission = 22%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG324 Supergel #324: Gypsy Red
Vibrant orange-red. Helps red and orange scenery pop. (Transmission = 31%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG25 Supergel #25: Orange Red
Good for firelight or special effects. Use when red with higher yellow content is needed. (Transmission = 14%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG26 Supergel #26: Light Red
Vibrant red. Good alternative primary. (Transmission = 12%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG27 Supergel #27: Medium Red
Good red primary for use with three-color light primary systems in cyclorama lighting, footlights, and border lights. (Transmission = 4%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG30 Supergel #30: Light Salmon Pink
Excellent for general area washes. Gives overall warming effect to skin tones. (Transmission = 44%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG31 Supergel #31: Salmon Pink
General wash. Good for follow spots. (Transmission = 46%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG331 Supergel #331: Shell Pink
Warmer and lighter than 31. Good for fair skin tones and to emphasize romance. (Transmission = 68%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG32 Supergel #32: Medium Salmon Pink
Deepest of the salmon pinks. (Transmission = 28%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG332 Supergel #332: Cherry Rose
A tropical pink that is good for musicals or concert lighting. A good backlight color. Interesting accent color. Good for a splash of sunset color. (Transmission = 38%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG33 Supergel #33: No Color Pink
A pale almost colorless pink. (Transmission = 65%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG35 Supergel #35: Light Pink
Similar to 33, but slightly deeper. (Transmission = 66%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG36 Supergel #36: Medium Pink
Good for general washes and cross lighting. (Transmission = 46%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG336 Supergel #336: Billington Pink
(Transmission = 48%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG337 Supergel #337: True Pink
A cool pink excellent for washes and general illumination. A good follow spot color. A component of early morning sunrise. (Transmission = 55%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG38 Supergel #38: Light Rose
Similar uses as 37, but with greater saturation. (Transmission = 49%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG339 Supergel #339: Broadway Pink
A deep, saturated pink created for musicals and specials. Excellent for down and backlighting. (Transmission = 15%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG39 Supergel #39: Skelton Exotic Sangria
A sultry, deep purple. Good for musicals or concert lighting. Excellent special effects color. (Transmission = 10%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG40 Supergel #40: Light Salmon
Similar uses to 23 but a bluer color. (Transmission = 34%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG342 Supergel #342: Rose Pink
Extremely intense, hot pink. Produces strong washes of color for concert and dance. Combined with a complimentary color like turquoise, will create a dynamic, sculptured effect. (Transmission = 16%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG43 Supergel #43: Deep Pink
Rich, hot pink. Electric in effect with rich saturation. (Transmission = 28%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG343 Supergel #343: Neon Pink
A bright, dark pink excellent for musicals or rock and roll concert lighting. A good color for creating fake neon effects with fluorescent tubes. (Transmission = 33%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG344 Supergel #344: Follies Pink
A vibrant, almost fluorescent pink with a cool component. Traditionally important as a special effects color in the Broadway musical. Follow spot and dance applications as a modeling color. (Transmission = 21%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG45 Supergel #45: Rose
Use on scenery and background effects. Adds tone and modeling to scenery. (Transmission = 8%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG46 Supergel #46: Magenta
Similar uses as 45 where more saturation is needed. (Trans.= 6%). (Transmission = 6%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG346 Supergel #346: Tropical Magenta
(Transmission = 22%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG47 Supergel #47: Light Rose Purple
Good for eerie or dramatic effects. Beautiful backlight color. (Transmission = 16%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG347 Supergel #347: Belladonna Rose
Powerful magenta-purple. Good effects filter for dance. (Transmission = 6%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG48 Supergel #48: Rose Purple
Pale evening color. Excellent for backlight. (Transmission = 16%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG348 Supergel #348: Purple Jazz
A dusky purple. Good for simulating purple neon or old night club atmosphere. (Transmission = 14%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG49 Supergel #49: Medium Purple
Darkest of the magenta purple range. (Transmission = 4%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG349 Supergel #349: Fisher Fuchsia
A medium fuchsia good for special effects. An interesting backlight or accent color. (Transmission = 11%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG50 Supergel #50: Mauve
Subdued sunset effect. Useful in backlights. To create seedy atmosphere. (Transmission = 14%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG351 Supergel #351: Lavender Mist
(Transmission = 61%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG52 Supergel #52: Light Lavender
Excellent for general area or border light washes. It is a basic followspot color. (Transmission = 26%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG53 Supergel #53: Pale Lavender
Use when a touch of color is needed. (Transmission = 64%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG353 Supergel #353: Lilly Lavender
Same intensity as 55 with more red content. (Transmission = 29%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG54 Supergel #54: Special Lavender
Same as 53, but warmer. Useful for beams of realistic moonlight. (Transmission = 50%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG55 Supergel #55: Lilac
Same as 53, but cooler. (Transmission = 37%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG355 Supergel #355: Pale Violet
A cool lavender which acts as a neutral in a three color area lighting system. Will work well as a wash for drops or set pieces. Tones the space. Effective as moonlight shadows. (Transmission = 20%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG56 Supergel #56: Gypsy Lavender
Highly saturated, good for side and backlighting and non-realistic effect. (Transmission = 4%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG356 Supergel #356: Middle Lavender
A lavender halfway between 52 and 57 in hue and value. Useful for general illumination and side-lighting. (Transmission = 27%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG57 Supergel #57: Lavender
Excellent backlight. Gives good visibility without destroying night illusions. (Transmission = 24%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG357 Supergel #357: Royal Lavender
A rich lavender which will enhance blue and red costumes and scenic pieces. Excellent for nightime scenes. Rich, vivid accents, good in backgrounds. (Transmission = 5%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG58 Supergel #58: Deep Lavender
Excellent back light. Enhances dimensionality. (Trans.= 10%). (Transmission = 10%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG358 Supergel #358: Rose Indigo
A warm, red purple that recalls the Jazz Age. Useful for creating saturated color effects in live performance situations-club and musical group lighting. (Transmission = 5%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG59 Supergel #59: Indigo
The original Congo Blue. A purple-blue, highly saturated, for modeling effects and non-realistic atmospheres. (Transmission = 2%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG359 Supergel #359: Medium Violet
Midnight and moonlight illusions. Enforces mysterious mood. Useful for evening cyc wash. (Transmission = 9%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG61 Supergel #61: Mist Blue
Excellent for general area washes. Very light cool tint of blue. (Transmission = 66%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG361 Supergel #361: Hemsley Blue
A sharp cold blue that stays clean when dimmed. (Transmission = 18%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG62 Supergel #62: Booster Blue
Helps maintain white light when dimmer is at low intensity. (Transmission = 54%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG63 Supergel #63: Pale Blue
Good for creating an overcast look and feeling. (Transmission = 56%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG363 Supergel #363: Aquamarine
A pale blue-green color. Can be used for area lighting. A soft backlight color. (Transmission = 52%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG64 Supergel #64: Light Steel Blue
Useful for beams of realistic moonlight. (Transmission = 26%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG65 Supergel #65: Daylight Blue
Useful for achieving depressed moods and dull skies. (Transmission = 35%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG66 Supergel #66: Cool Blue
A pale green shade of blue; good for area or general washes. Creates an icy feeling on stage. (Transmission = 67%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG366 Supergel #366: Jordan Blue
More green than 65. A crisp light blue-green. (Transmission = 32%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG67 Supergel #67: Light Sky Blue
Excellent sky color. Useful for cyc and border lights. (Transmission = 26%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG367 Supergel #367: Slate Blue
Clean medium blue. Good for sky color or moonlight. (Transmission = 20%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG68 Supergel #68: Parry Sky Blue
Excellent for early morning sky tones. Popular among designers for cyc and borders. (Transmission = 14%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG368 Supergel #368: Winkler Blue
A silvery blue, used for front light and moonlight. (Transmission = 16%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG69 Supergel #69: Brilliant Blue
Used for dramatic moonlight effects. (Transmission = 18%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG369 Supergel #369: Tahitian Blue
Slightly more green than 69. (Transmission = 22%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG70 Supergel #70: Nile Blue
Useful for very light midday skies. Occasionally used for general cool tint. (Transmission = 45%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG370 Supergel #370: Italian Blue
Good to create eerie and mysterious effects. Good for night time water effects. (Transmission = 31%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG71 Supergel #71: Sea Blue
Occasionally used for general cool tint and non-realistic washes. (Transmission = 30%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG371 Supergel #371: Theatre Booster 1
Less red than 3202. (Transmission = 35%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG72 Supergel #72: Azure Blue
A clean slightly green blue. Good moonlight fill. (Transmission = 44%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG372 Supergel #372: Theatre Booster 2
Slightly lighter and less red than 3204. (Transmission = 55%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG73 Supergel #73: Peacock Blue
Good for fantasy, moonlight and water effects. (Transmission = 28%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG373 Supergel #373: Theatre Booster 3
Slightly lighter and less red than 3208. (Transmission = 72%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG74 Supergel #74: Night Blue
Fantasy moonlight. Crisp and beautiful. Popular as a backlight or sidelight in contrast to area light. (Transmission = 4%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG374 Supergel #374: Sea Green
For enhancing water scenes or deep sea environments. Greener than 73. (Transmission = 26%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG75 Supergel #75: Twilight Blue
Less green & cresper than 76. (Transmission = 11%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG76 Supergel #76: Light Green Blue
Distinctive greenish blues. Useful for romantic moonlight. (Transmission = 9%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG377 Supergel #377: Iris Purple
Medium neutral lavendar. Good wash light. (Transmission = 11%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG78 Supergel #78: Trudy Blue
A rich clean red blue that warms to lavender when dimmed. (Transmission = 19%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG79 Supergel #79: Bright Blue
Cool clear bright blue. (Transmission = 8%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG80 Supergel #80: Primary Blue
Primary blue. For use with three color light primary system in cyc lighting. (Transmission = 9%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG81 Supergel #81: Urban Blue
Very cold brittle feeling. (Transmission = 10%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG82 Supergel #82: Surprise Blue
Deep rich blue with slight amount of red. (Transmission = 6%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG382 Supergel #382: Congo Blue
Deep blue more saturated than Roscolux 385. Good for dark night skies or for a backlight color. A great color for rock and roll concert lighting. (Transmission = 1%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG83 Supergel #83: Medium Blue
Good for non-realistic night skies. (Transmission = 4%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG383 Supergel #383: Sapphire Blue
A deep romantic blue on the red side. (Transmission = 4%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG84 Supergel #84: Zephyr Blue
A true blue with excellent punch for bright skies. Lovely contrast to pale blues; adds coldness to shadows. (Transmission = 14%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG384 Supergel #384: Midnight Blue
An intense red-blue. Deeper than 83 with a little more red. (Transmission = 2%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG85 Supergel #85: Deep Blue
Deeply saturated blue with a hint of red. (Transmission = 3%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG385 Supergel #385: Royal Blue
Excellent for non-realistic backgrounds. A very saturated blue. Pronounced red content that will shift toward purple when dimmed. Low transmission but will offer a striking contrast when used as a background with lighter accents. (Transmission = 4%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG86 Supergel #86: Pea Green
Good for dense foliage and woodland effects. (Transmission = 56%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG386 Supergel #386: Leaf Green
(Transmission = 32%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG388 Supergel #388: Gaslight Green
A yellow-green similar to the color emitted by gas lighting fixtures. Appropriate for period pieces: i.e. La Boheme, and useful for creating reflections from fields and meadows. (Transmission = 76%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG89 Supergel #89: Moss Green
Useful for mood, mystery and toning. (Transmission = 45%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG389 Supergel #389: Chroma Green
Suggests reflected light from dense foliage. A brilliant cyc lighting color which will work for chroma-keying effects in television production (Transmission = 40%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG90 Supergel #90: Dark Yellow Green
Alternate primary where higher transmission is desired. (Transmission = 13%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG91 Supergel #91: Primary Green
Primary green for three color primary system. (Transmission = 7%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG392 Supergel #392: Pacific Green
Cyc Wash. Good Costume color. Magical on skin. (Transmission = 20%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG93 Supergel #93: Blue Green
Useful for mood of mystery and for toning scenery that has been spattered in blues. (Transmission = 35%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG393 Supergel #393: Emerald Green
An exagerrated green. Nearly double intensity as 93, less blue than 95. (Transmission = 14%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG94 Supergel #94: Kelly Green
Fantasy and unrealistic effects. Unflattering on skin tones. (Transmission = 25%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG95 Supergel #95: Medium Blue Green
Used on foliage in moonlight areas or for creating a mood of mystery. Good for toning scenery painted in blues, blue-greens and greens. (Transmission = 15%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG395 Supergel #395: Teal Green
A medium green-blue which can be used as a mystical special effect color. Also an interesting side or backlight color in concert lighting. (Transmission = 13%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG96 Supergel #96: Lime
To simulate unnatural sunlight before and after a rainstorm or tornado. (Transmission = 98%).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG398 Supergel #398: Neutral Grey
A very neutral filter to balance brightness of lamps of different wattage without changing the color temperature. (Transmission = 40%).
Diffusion Materials
SG100 Supergel #100: Frost
Frost. Changes ellipsoidal to fresnel beam pattern. (Transmission = ).
SG101 Supergel #101: Light Frost
Offers softened beam.Changes ellipsoidal into flood or scoop. (Transmission = ).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG104 Supergel #104: Tough Silk
Creates a slash of light for stretching light along stairs, tables, cycs, etc. Diffuses while maintaining compactness of beam. (Transmission = ).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG113 Supergel #113: Matte Silk
Good for striplights and specials. (Transmission = ).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG114 Supergel #114: Hamburg Frost
A very light frost; good on followspots and PAR lamps. (Transmission = ).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG119 Supergel #119: Light Hamburg Frost
Lighter than 114. Recommended for followspots and slight diffuse focus for ellipsoldals. (Transmission = ).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG120 Supergel #120: Red Diffusion
Combine a color with Matte Diffusion. Aids in broad, even illumination of cycs and drops.
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG121 Supergel #121: Blue Diffusion
Combine a color with Matte Diffusion. Aids in broad, even illumination of cycs and drops.
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG122 Supergel #122: Green Diffusion
Combine a color with Matte Diffusion. Aids in broad, even illumination of cycs and drops.
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG124 Supergel #124: Red Cyc Silk
Combine a color with 104 Tough Silk.
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG125 Supergel #125: Blue Cyc Silk
Useful in border and striplights to prevent scalloping; helps illuminate cycs and drops.
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG126 Supergel #126: Green Cyc Silk
Useful in border and striplights to prevent scalloping; helps illuminate cycs and drops.
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG127 Supergel #127: Amber Cyc Silk
A secondary color combined with 104 Tough Silk.
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG132 Supergel #132: Quarter Hamburg Frost
(Transmission = ).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG140 Supergel #140: Subtle Hamburg Frost
(Transmission = ).
View the Spectral Energy Distribution Curve SG160 Supergel #160: Light Tough Silk
Retains the diffusion properties of 104 but with less light loss. (Transmission = ).
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