Hoy vamos a empezar el día en plan duro.
Acabo de recibir un e-mail de esos que me hacen tanta ilusión, y yo, malvado que soy, lo voy a utilizar como la preceptiva práctica diaria de brexenglish.
Y digo que soy malvado pues el e-mail venía con una breve nota de prensa, que también os voy a poner, así que el asunto, aunque no es difícil, es más largo de lo habitual.
Estoy convencido de que superaréis la prueba.
Este es el e-mail:
We are writing to you regarding our latest press release for our new ProGlass IRND filter range recently launched by LEE Filters. I have attached product information and enclosed a link to hi-res images that you can use to support the press release.
ProGlass IRND Images: Drop Box
This new range has been officially launched and is available to purchase through the LEE Filters dealer network.
If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
LEE Filters, Central Way, Walworth Industrial Estate, Andover, Hampshire, SP10 5AN, England
Telephone: (01264) 366245 Fax (01264) 355058 www.leefilters.com
Y esta es la breve nota de prensa que lo acompañaba.
ProGlass IRND Filters
Two years in the making, the ProGlass IRND range from LEE Filters sets a new standard in neutral-density filters.
ProGlass IRND filters were originally designed for the film industry, to meet the exacting needs of the world’s leading cinematographers, and have already been hailed as the best neutral-density filters on the market. Now, they are available to the stills photographer, in sizes to fit the LEE Filters Seven5, 100mm and SW150 systems.
Advances in coating technology mean that the filters, which are manufactured from 2mm-thick, optically flat glass, are available not only in strengths of two (0.6ND), three (0.9ND), four (1.2ND) and six (1.8ND) stops, but also in ultra-long 10 (3ND) and 15-stop (4.5ND) versions. Not only this, but all filters in the range – whatever their strength – are designed to be free of colour casts, with extremely accurate stop values, ensuring consistency in all shooting conditions and allowing for absolute precision when exposing images. Their neutrality also means less time spent tweaking colour balances in postproduction.
In addition, filters in the ProGlass IRND range are designed to block both infrared and ultraviolet pollution. As a result, blacks are rendered truly black, whites are clean, and results reveal a crispness that is second to none.
The 6, 10 and 15-stop versions of the ProGlass IRND filters come with a foam seal to prevent light leaks during long exposures, and should be placed into the filter slot closest to the lens. While the 2, 3, 4 and 6-stop versions do not feature a foam seal, it is still recommended also to place them into the slot closest to the lens.
All filters in the ProGlass IRND range can be used in conjunction with other filters, including neutral-density grads and the polariser.
- ProGlass IRND Filter (Seven5 System) – £132.00 each (Excl VAT)
- ProGlass IRND Filter (100mm System) – £150.00 each (Excl VAT)
- ProGlass IRND Filter (SW150 System) – £346.00 each (Excl VAT)