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World's most popular range of gobos, including breakup, windows, cloud patterns & more
Add texture and color to your design with these innovative gobos, including Image Glass, Colorizers, Prismatics and ColorWaves
Customized steel patterns for projecting logos, monograms and décor
Custom steel gobos are the most inexpensive way to project an image. Whether you need to project a monogram of the bride and groom at a wedding, a specific breakup pattern onto your set, or a company logo at a corporate event – custom steel gobos can sculpt the light into the letters and patterns your design needs.
Customized glass patterns for projecting logos, monograms and décor
Whether you need B&W glass versions of your favorite Rosco steel designs or you need to project a color-matched logo for a corporate event, Rosco Custom Glass Gobos are the most effective way to provide superior projected imagery for the most demanding client or production manager. Choose Rosco to ensure perfect color and image design for your glass gobos.
In any color filter, the colorants or dyes eventually migrate away from the hottest area, which causes fading and discoloration. The rate at which the filter fades is a function of the dye employed and the depth of penetration by the dye into the base material. When simply coated on the surface, a dye will sublimate from the base into the air more easily than a dye that is uniformly locked by chemistry throughout the material. The greatest color-stability is achieved when the dye is dispersed uniformly through an extruded plastic base, as it is in Rosco Supergel filters.
Rosco Supergel filters are inherently self-extinguishing. An advantage of manufacturing Rosco’s Supergel filters from raw, polycarbonate resin is our ability to modify the chemistry of the plastic. Recognizing the global importance of fire prevention, Rosco includes a fire retardant additive in our resin formulation to create the only inherently flame retardant color filter in the world. Supergel has been tested according to the strictest standards in the US and Europe, and is the only filter range to have earned the demanding German B1 flame-rating. It has also obtained the French M1 and the Italian CI flame-ratings, as well as NFPA classifications.
Supergel is regarded as one of the most widely used color filter ranges in the world. It is comprised of more than 75 colors and 15 diffusions that are engineered using Rosco’s exclusive body-colored, polycarbonate extrusion process to offer the longest possible life under hot theatrical and film/TV light fixtures. This unique manufacturing process also provides Supergel with unsurpassed heat-resistance, color-stability and flame-retardancy.
Supergel features Rosco’s distinctive body-colored extrusion process. The manufacturing of these filters begins by combining powdered resin and dyes to create a concentrated color “pellet.” This concentrated colorant and additional clear resin are then fed into an extruder where they are blended together under intense pressure and heat. The mixture is then pushed through a die, which forms it into body-colored, 24” (60cm) wide film.
Supergel is the most heat-resistant filter available. Unlike other plastic filters, which begin with pre-formed rolls of clear polyester, Supergel’s distinctive body-colored manufacturing process yields a polycarbonate filter that is extruded into the exact thickness required for each color. The polyester used in other filters, however, is essentially stretched into shape, which leaves tension memory that can cause the film to pucker and distort when placed on hot lights. In contrast, Supergel is extruded into its final state, allowing the film to maintain its shape in high temperatures. This is particularly advantageous when using color-scrollers, where puckering could cause the scroll to bind.
Cinegel offers over 30 different materials that alter the size, shape
and intensity of the beam – allowing filmmakers and photographers to
change the contrast ratio and the highlights & shadows created when
lighting their set or subject. The range includes:
Tough Filters: Feature a higher melting point and are suitable for use directly in front of most light fixtures.
Soft Filters: Designed for use on low-heat light sources or on frames positioned several feet in front of hot light fixtures. Several of these soft filters can be sewn or welded into large butterflies and overheads, and are available in extra-wide rolls for fewer seams.
The Rosco Cinegel range includes over 200 tools for controlling light, including color corrections, diffusions, our patented CalColor System, The Storaro Selection and Cinelux. Since it's introduction in 1970, Cinegel has continually developed and grown to meet the working needs of professionals working behind the camera. In 1974, Rosco was honored with an Academy Award® for developing the Cinegel range and again in 1998 for the development of the CalColor range of calibrated colors for camera.
Cinegel color and correction filters are manufactured using Rosco’s unique deep-dyed technique. This process begins with a 48” (1.2m) wide roll of clear PET polyester that is passed through a heated dye bath. The bath causes the film to swell, expanding the polymer structure and allowing the dye molecules to penetrate into the base film. As the polymer contracts to its normal form, the dye is trapped below the surface.
Bounced and reflected light is a useful tool for filmmakers and photographers when time, budget or space is limited. The Cinegel reflection and bounce materials offer a variety of choices that are lightweight, durable and convenient, and all of them are designed for permanent mounting to reflector boards or other rigid surfaces such as foamcore or showcard. The metallized reflector materials are constructed with a reflecting surface that is laminated to a durable white backing, which is also useful as a bounce material. Many of these reflectors have been softened by an embossing process to create a more diffused, indirect quality of illumination.
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Rosco Chroma Key Paints have been formulated with the assistance of video technicians throughout the country. They are manufactured to provide the high luminance values and color saturation for keying effects.