Why Use Flash Gels?
Colored lighting filters, or gels, are often used on accent lights, or to add dramatic color to backgrounds or selected portions of a scene for artistic effect.
Color Correction filters are typically used to adjust the color temperature of a flash to better match other light sources to improve overall color balance in an image.
- Printed with the gel color and f/Stop loss values
- Size: 6" x 3" (152mm x 76mm)
- Kit Weight: 1.6 oz (45g)
Combo Filter Kit Includes:
20 Rogue Universal Flash Gels (1 each of 20 different colors)
3 Rogue Gel Bands (2x blue bands + 1x gold band)
1 Soft fabric storage pouch
Additional Rogue Attachment Bands are available for purchase separately in a 5 Pack for $9.95 - Click HERE
Attaching Rogue Flash Gels
You do not need to buy expensive or bulky gel holders, or use sticky hook-and-loop to attach Rogue Flash Gels to your flash. Included with each Rogue Flash Gel kit are three tabbed silicone bands which are used to quickly attach Rogue Flash Gels to any standard size speed light or shoe mount flash. Simply place one of the Rogue Gel Bands around your flash head, then slip the ends of the Rogue Flash Gel under the band. Two sizes of Rogue Gel Bands are available for use with small mirrorless flashes or standard size flashes.
2x Blue Rogue Gel Band for standard size flashes. The Combo Filter Kit includes 2x of the Blue Rogue Gel Band for use with medium and large flashes such as the Canon 430EX, Canon 580EX, Godox V860, Nikon SB 500, Nikon SB910, etc.
1x Gold Rogue Gel Band for small mirrorless camera flashes. The Gold Rogue Gel Band is sized for use with small mirrorless camera flashes such as the Godox TT350, Nissin i400, Nissin i40, etc.
Beginning in Fall 2020 the Combo Filter Kit included 2x of the blue Rogue Gel Bands, and 1x of the gold Rogue Gel Band.
What gels are included in this kit?
The Combo Filter Kit includes 1 each of the following colored gels: Chocolate, Lollipop Magenta, Follies Pink, Bright Red, Rust, Dark Salmon, Oklahoma Yellow, Medium Yellow, Olallieberry Purple Pie, French Lavender, Just Blue, Medium Blue Green, Steel Green, Moss Green.
The Combo Filter Kit includes 1 each of the following color correction gels: 1/4 CTO, 1/2 CTO, Full CTO, 1/2 CTB, 1/2 Plus Green, 2 f/stop White Diffusion.
What flash brands will Rogue Flash Gels fit?
With a flash coverage area of 3" x 2.5" (76mm x 63mm) Rogue Flash Gels are large enough to cover even the largest flash heads, and they can be creased or trimmed for smaller flash heads as desired. Their innovative tabbed design allows them to be quickly attached to a wide range of small to large speedlight flashes. Rogue Flash Gels can also be used with similarly sized flashes not listed below.
Rogue Flash Gels Compatibility:
Canon: 430EX, 470EX, 580EX, 600EX
Godox: TT350, TT685, V860, AD200, V1
Nikon: SB500, SB600, SB700, SB800, SB900, SB5000
Nissin: i40, i400, i600, i60A, Di700A, MG80, MG10
Olympus: FL-600R, FL-700WR, FL-900R
Profoto: A1, A1X, A2
Sony: HVL-F32M, HVL-F45RM, HVL-F60RM
About Rogue Flash Gels:
We manufacture Rogue Gels using raw materials sourced from LEE Filters UK. We select our favorite colors for each gel kit, then print relevant information onto each gel before die cutting them to our own universal design. Rogue Gels are designed, printed, cut, and packaged in packaging printed in Santa Cruz, California.
Caution: Your Flash Gets Hot
When attached to your flash, Rogue Flash Gels are designed to arc over the face of the flash, leaving a gap between the hot flash lens and the lighting filter. Do not pull the Rogue Flash Gel tight against the flash, but instead leave space between the gel and your flash’s lens.
Powerful flashes (GN 50+) fired at 1/1 full power can produce enough light energy to cause warping in the darkest gel colors (3+ f/stop loss values) when those gels are placed too close to the flash’s lens. Gels warped by heat appear wavy in the affected area, but they are otherwise fully functional. To prevent gel warping, leave a gap between the gel and lens when attaching the gel.
Multiple full power flashes fired over a short period of time will cause your flash’s lens to get very hot. It is possible for the darkest gel colors to melt and stick to your lens if they come into contact with the lens during high power, high volume shooting. Leave a gap between your flash’s lens and the attached gel to prevent the gel from sticking to the lens.
Flashes fired at less than 1/1 full power will not cause gel warping, and lighter gel colors (less than 3 f/stop loss) are not susceptible to warping.