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67mm ND2 to ND400 Variable Neutral Density ND Filter

$27.59 $22.99 &Free shipping worldwide
Product Code: SKU0127
  • Brand: K&F Concept
  • Buy K&F Concept 67mm nd2 to nd400 variable neutral density nd filter online, worldwide free shipping and 30 days return guarantee.
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Features
  • • Kit Includes: 67MM K&F Concept Filter Kit (ND2 to ND400) + Lens Cleaning Cloth
  • • NOTE: This kit is compatible with all 67mm 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.
  • • Manufactured by a professional team for photography enthusiasts to provide a very exciting experience. 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed.
  • • High quality product made of import optics glass and resin,top level of transmittance. Metal sealing ring instead of the plastic sealing ring, better tightness, avoids fall or loose.
  • • Compatible with the CANON Rebel (T5i T4i T3i T3 T2i T1i XT XTi XSi SL1), CANON EOS (700D 650D 600D 550D 500D 450D 400D 300D 1100D 1000D 100D) with 67MM Lens wich include: EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6, EF-S 17-85mm f/4L USM,EF 70-300MM F/4-5.6L IS USM, EF 35mm f/2 IS USM
ND FILTER
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.
Without ND Filter
Use Contrast
With ND Filter
Without ND Filter
With ND Filter
Enables slow shutter speeds to be used to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls, providing a silky smooth affect to flowing water.
Without ND Filter
With ND Filter
Without ND Filter
With ND Filter
NO ND
ND8
ND64
ND1000
No Filter
ND2
ND4
ND8
ND16
ND32
Multiple layer nanometer coating
Reduction of reflection
Scratch Resistant
Nanometer Coating
Enables slow shutter speeds to be used to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls, providing a silky smooth affect to flowing water.
NDnumber Optical density f-stop reduction Fractional transmittance
  0 0 100% 1
ND2 0.3 1 50% 0.5
ND4 0.6 2 25% 0.25
ND8 0.9 3 12.50% 0.125
ND16 1.2 4 6.25% 0.0625
ND32 1.50 5 3.13% 0.03125
ND64 1.8 6 1.56% 0.015625
ND100 2 623 1% 0.01
ND128 2.1 7 0.78% 0.0078125
ND256 2.4 8 0.39% 0.00390625
ND400 2.6 823 0.25% 0.0025
ND512 2.7 9 0.20% 0.001953125
ND1024/ND1000 3 10 0.10% 0.001
ND2048 3.3 11 0.05% 0.000488281
ND4096 3.6 12 0.02% 0.000244141
ND6310 3.8 1223 0.02% 0.000158489
ND8192 3.9 13 0.01% 0.00012207
ND10000 4 1313 0.01% 0.0001
ND100000 5 1623 0.00% 0.00001
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Image Lens Filter Size (mm)
3M-7 300mm f/ 5.6 3M-7 300mm f/ 5.6 67
3М-7К 300mm f/ 5.6 МС 3М-7К 300mm f/ 5.6 МС 67
Aetna Rokunar MC Auto Zoom 35-200mm f/ 3.8-5.6 Aetna Rokunar MC Auto Zoom 35-200mm f/ 3.8-5.6 67
Asahi Takumar 200mm f/ 3.5 Preset Asahi Takumar 200mm f/ 3.5 Preset 67
Auto Makinon Zoom 80-200mm f/ 3.5 Auto Makinon Zoom 80-200mm f/ 3.5 67
Auto Mamiya/Sekor 200mm f/ 3.5 Auto Mamiya/Sekor 200mm f/ 3.5 67
Beroflex MC Auto Zoom 70-215mm f/ 3.5 Beroflex MC Auto Zoom 70-215mm f/ 3.5 67
Beroflex Zoom 75-235mm f/ 4.5 Beroflex Zoom 75-235mm f/ 4.5 67
Cambron MC 500mm f/ 8.8 Cambron MC 500mm f/ 8.8 67
Canon EF 100mm  f/ 2.8 L Macro IS USM Canon EF 100mm f/ 2.8 L Macro IS USM 67
Overall Rating
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67mm ND2 to ND400 Variable Neutral Density ND Filter
11/05/2019
5
Great ND range
Excellent quality product
67mm ND2 to ND400 Variable Neutral Density ND Filter
04/05/2019
5
Great price, good build
Using this on Sony 85mm 1.8 on Sony A6300 and it works brilliantly, great pictures and the build of the filter is good. No black cross when on the highest setting. Love it.
67mm ND2 to ND400 Variable Neutral Density ND Filter
27/04/2019
5
Vintage Slower Shutter Speed Film Camera
Handy for older manual film camera with max 1000 or 500/ sec shutter speed to meter in sunny daylight, lens wide open. Metering can be adjusted by turning the ND to meet the correct light exposure at a set shutter-speed and choice DOF (f-stop) combination. Wonderful tool for needle metered or LED array camera where you see the progress of exposure as you turn.Retractable Rubber hood is the best solution to attach a hood.Lens cap for a 67mm will be 72mm. I will assume 1 size larger.
67mm ND2 to ND400 Variable Neutral Density ND Filter
16/04/2019
5
Absolute Necessity for Anyone Shooting Outdoors!
If you shoot photo (or specifically video) outdoors in the sunlight, you NEED a variable ND filter.For video, if you're shooting 30 FPS, you need to keep your shutter speed at 1/60 (because of the 180 rule) for natural blur and smoothness. If you want a nice blurry background at f/2.8, even at ISO 100, there's a great chance your image will be horribly exposed. Your only options are to increase the shutter speed (and compromise the natural look with distracting "choppiness") or crank up to f/16, which will flatten your image and get rid of that blurry background you wanted!In comes the variable ND filter. When applied, like variable sunglasses, it allows how much light passes through, kind of like an intimidating bouncer at a night club. So just twist the ring on the filter and you can achieve your shot perfectly!With this specific filter, two small things bummed me out:1. The ring doesn't have actual stops, just continuous rotation so you can't really keep track of the specific amount of light you're letting in.2. When the filter is on my Tamron 28-75 2.8 lens, I can't put the lens cap on at the same time. Not a deal breaker, but annoying when you want to quickly take a picture or shoot some video.But for the price, it's hard to argue this isn't a great purchase.
67mm ND2 to ND400 Variable Neutral Density ND Filter
15/04/2019
5
Works very good
I just bought the Sigma 16mm 1.4 however I wasn't able to take full advantage of lower fstop at 1.4, and I came across this 67mm ND filter on Amazon, and I can honestly say that this is exactly what I was looking for. it allowed me to get that smooth bokeh in bright sunlight. and this was the reason why I bought this lens. So if you own a Sigma 16mm 1.4 this is a must have ND filter, it fits perfectly on the lens and has an adjustable ring. Also, I loved the packaging! it comes with a case for the nd filter when you are not using it.
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