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Neutral Density (ND) filters can reduce the intensity of light without appreciably changing its color.Classic ND filters have different f-stop reduction numbers and transmittance thus generated can be applied for different shooting conditions, such as portraiture, water falls, fountain etc.
Our ND Fader is a compact all-in-one variable neutral density fader filter that adjusts the amount of light reduction with just the twist of your wrist. The index marks on the filter let you know exactly the amount of reduction at a glance. Giving you clear and precise shots at whichever density you are using. It is able to adjust neutral density freely from ND2 to ND400. You only need to carry one single filter with the same capability with ND2, ND4, ND8 ND16 ND32... and ND400. It offers you the freedom the create different neutral density freely.
* Neutral density can be adjusted from ND2 to ND400.It is easy to create different neutral density by rotating the ring.
* Apply slow shutter speed under strong sunlight exposure.
* Large aperture is available to create depth of field easily.
* Suitable for dynamic screen, waterfalls, streams, waves, etc.
* Index marks on the edge of filter for exact adjustment.
* Type: Fader ND
* Color: Black
* Rotating: Yes
* Neutral Density Grade: 2 - 400
* Material: High Quality Optical Glass
* Filter Thread Size (attach to lens): 77mm
* According to the optics theorem, it is not recommended to apply this filter for wide angle lens (<24mm, 35mm film format equivalent).
Works ok, but there is a visual imperfection in the glass! I can see the spot! Arrived speedily. Also, looks like a fake. No Neewer engraving or indication of authenticity.Published 4 months ago by xenialarouge
Product came without label, no indication that it is a real NEEWER...no engraving or print on ring. Looks like a imitation.Published on Jan. 8 2013 by Patrick Boening