43mm Variable Neutral Density ND8-ND2000 ND Filter for Camera Lenses with Multi-Resistant Coating, Waterproof
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- Brand: K&F Concept
- 30-day refund or replacement,43mm Variable Neutral Density ND8-ND2000 ND Filter for Camera Lenses with Multi-Resistant Coating, Waterproof
- SKU: KF01.1264
- 25.19 https://www.kentfaith.co.uk/KF01.1264_43mm-variable-neutral-density-nd8-nd2000-nd-filter-for-camera-lenses-with-multi-resistant-coating-waterproof
- * ND8-ND2000: Made with premium Japan Optics glass, Rotating ring between ND8-2000, adjusted from 3 to 11 stops,reduces the amount of light without effecting colour balance.
- * Multi-Resistant Green Coating：18 layer green coating to help repel water and dust，reducing the amount of light that hits your camera sensor, giving you the chance to experiment different creative possibilities.
- * Ultra-Slim: The filter frame is only 7.5mm, and super lightweight CNC ring used in construction prevents adverse effect.
- * ND Filters: Enables slow shutter speeds to be used to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls, providing a silky smooth affect to flowing water.
- * Note: This Filter kit is compatible with all 43mm lenses. Please verify your camera's lens thread size before ordering. Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap. This number is always preceded by a "ø" (diameter) symbol.
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Reduces the amount of light entering the lens, thus decreasing camera shutter speed. Useful for situations where motion blur needs to be created (rivers, waterfalls, moving people) or large apertures must be used with flash to avoid overexposure.
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Enables slow shutter speeds to be used to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls, providing a silky smooth affect to flowing water.
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9 Stops Variable
9 light reduction options and Wide angle lens operating range
Exquisite Pattern Frame
CNC Trapezoidal Pattern Frame
Coated on Both Sides
Reduction of scattering light
Waterproof, oil resistant, scratch resistant
prevents damage during transportation
|NDnumber||Optical density||f-stop reduction||Fractional transmittance|
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|Price||£42.99 £25.19||£86.99 £40.27||£93.92 £69.43||£61.99 £29.19||£43.19||£15.90|
|Optical glass||Optical glass||Schott B270||Optisch glas||Optical glass|
|Aviation aluminum alloy||Optical glass||Aviation aluminum alloy||Luchtvaart aluminium legering||Aviation aluminum alloy|
Gold worth filming!
I ordered the variable ND filter and I am super happy with it. It arrived well packaged and quickly. A small box of foam is also included. The filter has levels 8 to 2000, which is ideal for filming. I have it on my Sony A7iii and it works great there. It is of course also suitable for photography, but there I would personally always use a fixed ND filter. So far I have not been able to detect any strong vignetting and the colors do not get a noticeable color cast either! Price-performance ratio is great here! You can access here without hesitation.
Enthusiasm for value for money. Ideal for on the go
I tested the filter for the first time this year for three weeks in Berchtesgadener Land. For the ideal companion on the go, which neither takes up too much space in the backpack nor in the small, light bag. In terms of quality, it does not completely replace the large filter systems, but whoever is already with "hobby equipment" or, like me, is out and about with somewhat older equipment, can be more than satisfied with the quality. And: it takes up significantly less space. I think it's great that the filter can be continuously adjusted. The same applies to the scope that the filter covers. However, I would have liked numbers for the markings and not just squares. That would allow a little more planning and calculation and a little less trial and error at the beginning. But over time you know the values after all.
Top price-performance ratio
For my standard zoom I wanted to buy a variable ND filter and came across the K&F filter. As usual, it arrived well packaged and quickly. A transport box is included. The filter has levels 8 to 2000 and covers a very large area. I immediately tried the filter on my Olympus OMD EM1 MkII, it works great. I could not detect strong vignetting or noticeable color casts. With maximum darkening, one should pay a little attention to segmenting patterns (light-dark). Of course, the K&F filter cannot keep up with large filter systems, but that was not a selection criterion for me and such systems cost a lot more. The price-performance ratio is great here!
I'm very happy, it is exactly what I wanted
Price / performance top
Up to 30 sec. Long exposure during the day is possible with this filter. Perfect to shoot for a variable ND filter. A small, sturdy protective box is also included so that it does not get scratched. The only negative point is that it has no stops at min. And max. But not bad for this price!
As Variable ND it is suitable for any lens with filter size 72mm (or with step up and step down rings to other sizes). The filter itself is light, my only suggestion would be to go for 77mm and use step up rings to use the centre of the filter for better quality.
Please check the lens cap of 50mm 1.4 it had a diameter written on it
55mm variable Nd filter you are asking, please double check your lens size in this way: Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel. This number is always preceded by a "Ø" (diameter) symbol. Eg. Ø55 = 55mm thread size. Hope above information helps and please contact us at any time inneeded.
when you get to the strongest last stop or so, by then it's very dark!
Please DOUBLE confirm your lens size before purchase via checking your lens thread size instead of camera model name,Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel. This number is always preceded by a "Ø" (diameter) symbol. Eg. Ø62=65mm thread size.
|Filter Material||Optical glass|
|Ring Material||Aviation aluminum alloy|