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49mm Black Mist Filter 1/4 Special Effects Filter Cinebloom Black Diffusion Effect Filter for Camera Lens Nano-X Series

5 5 Review(s) KF01.1476
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  • Brand: K&F Concept
  • Free Shipping. 30 Day No Reason Return. K&F black mist filters feature Extraordinary Performance on Filter Coating, Premium Material Optical Glass, Ultra Slim & Sturdy Frame.
  • KF01.1476
  • SKU: KF01.1476
  • 38.99
  • • 【Professional Filter for Portrait Photography】 This black soft 1/4 filter could soften the wrinkles, freckles and pores of facial skin, making it more delicate, plump and gorgeous. The hazy film effect can be better realized, showing dreamily film effect. In order to ensure the ultra-high definition image quality, the double polishing process is adopted to ensure the high definition within 550mm focal length.Reconmending use it in video shooting.
  • • 【Extraordinary Performance on Filter Coating】 After optical grinding, the glass filter is coated with high-tech film. mould proof, waterproof, scratch resistant and oil proof. It has the characteristics of hard scraping without any influence on the image quality. Even if it is contaminated with water droplets or oil, which can be easily removed and cleaned.
  • • 【Premium Material Optical Glass】 K&F Concept black cine diffusion filter Made by Germany high precision optical glass, duel multi coats for extra transparency to 84% Transmittance, effectively reduce reflection of smooth surface,no vignetts and shadows.
  • • 【Ultra Slim Frame】 With Aviation grade aluminum,the width of frame measures only 3.3mm, ultra slim frame no dark corners and vignetting on wide angle and long focal lens. CNC system provides exquisite curve on frame,extra friction and antiskid.
  • • 【Note】This black diffusion filter is compatible with all 49mm 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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Nano-X Series Black Mist Filter
Softens skin and blemishes, creating a dreamlike atmosphere.
Nano-X Series Black Soft Filter
Without Filter
Without Filter
Photos are not creative and enjoyable, and they cannot give photographers better creative works.
With Black  Diffusion Filter
With Black Diffusion Filter
Add halo effects to the light source to give the overall photo a soft feeling.
Lowest Angle Shooting
Use on portraits
Soften the wrinkles, spots, pores, etc. of human skin to better achieve the hazy movie effect.
Standard Transmittance
Standard Transmittance
Transmittance 1/8 is 87%,1/4 is 84%,1/2 is 79%,1/1 is 74%. Will not have any impact on image quality, ensuring ultra-high-definition image quality.
Frame thickness:  0.13in / 3.3mm
Frame thickness: 0.13in / 3.3mm
The slim frame design ensures that consumers and the wide-angle end and telephoto end will not have vignetting.
CNC Trapezoidal Pattern Frame
CNC Trapezoidal Pattern Frame
Large area increases friction when rotating, and lens and other accessories can be installed/removed anytime and anywhere.
Nanometer Coating
Nanometer Coating
A high-tech film is plated on the surface. "Moldproof", "Waterproof", "Anti-scratch" and "Anti-greasy".
Quality Carbon Fiber
1/8 black Diffusion filter
Fluid heads tripod
1/4 black Diffusion filter
Metal Spiral Locking tripod
1/2 black Diffusion filter
High Compatibility
1/1 black Diffusion filter
On the basis of the same camera parameters, the higher the density, the better the halo effect. 4 different specifications are provided for you to apply in different scenes.
1/4” screw
Cold shoe holder
Phone and camera
Portable Carrying Bag
K&F Concept Black Soft Light Filter Witness Your Most Beautiful Moment——Photos from User Sharing.
Reviews (5)
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Worth it for sure.
So far so good. It adds the right amount of haze for portraits to make it's stylistic. It doesn't add too much in my opinion, and the picture is still pretty sharp.

I included a test shot below, which I took of a friend of mine in direct sunlight with a star filter and a ND filter as well (with this filter below)
Worth it for sure.
Though the suggested use for this filter seems to be softening portraits, I have been exclusively using it on my macro lens for flower photography. And, for that purpose, it's great!

Essentially the class looks like it's been dotted subtly with specks of dark paint (imagine what it would look like if you lightly spraypainted a glass surface). The result is a subtle softening of any photos you take.

Note that the softening effect of this filter can be obtained through photo editing software. So, there is an argument for not using a filter like this at all. Without this filter, you could decide whether or not you wish to soften the image later. But if you use the filter, you will have lost potential detail that you might later wish you had.

But if you know that your goal is softening this filter does it optically, rather than your needing to do it digitally. As for me, I'm happy to have it, especially because spring flowers have started blooming!
So I think a lot of folks involved in video product are very familiar with the Tiffen Black Pro Mist filters. This is K&F's version of that filter. I will go into what I think about the filter but you can also judge for yourself in one of the pictures in this review where I show you the same image; the first without the filter then with the filter.

One of the results you get with a filter of this type is blooming of the highlights. This filter does quite a good job of that. Comparing the bloom to the Tiffen line I would say it falls between Tiffen's 1/2 and 1/4 strength with it being closer to the 1/4. The highlight fall of was strong but natural in my opinion. Keep in mind the light in the image fills the frame so you are seeing this particular effect of this filter at it's most extreme. You won't see that much blooming in a more natural setting. Take a look at the highlights on the camera. To me the K&F filter had a great effect on the highlight roll off which was very smooth.

The other effect you get with a black mist filter is the slightly reduced contrast and the slight softening of the shadows. To me I thought this filter did this quite well. If you look at the texture on the handle of the camera in the image you can see how it's just sort of softened that texture. Imagine shooting a person and you can imagine how much you would be able to smooth out the skin.

It also comes in a nice little screw together plastic case. Inside the case are these little rubber stopper than prevent the filter from sliding around in the case. I love the attention to detail here.

So compared to the Tiffen version of this lens at the size I got which was 82mm the K&F Black Mist is about $40 cheaper. I think you are getting a lot of value for your money here. I can't wait to try out this filter on some upcoming shoots.

I think K&F is making a move into higher end filters and if this filter is an example of the kind of quality they can produce, I can't wait to see what filter they release next.
MRC coating on this is quite poor; got lots of flare and haze from reflections, which are especially problematic with a mist filter; you can't push the contrast up the way you usually would, as it ruins the mist effect. Look at the top right on my attached photo, at the top of the tree.

Additionally, the mist effect is different than other black mist filters I've used, and not in a good way. The suspended particles are a lot larger, even in the 1/4 filter, and are easily visible to the eye. In practice, this resulted in a less appealing bloom effect than the Hoya and Tiffen filters I've used. I suspect the larger particles are causing a lot more refraction, which is what's causing the haze.

For the price, they're not unusable, but I would recommend paying more for one from Tiffen or Hoya.
Great buy!
Screw the Tiffin Black Pro Mist 1/4 filter! It's overpriced! This works great and is well priced! It doesn't kill the detail. It blooms the highlights and just takes that over sharpened digital look down.
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1. The outer diameter of different diameters will be different, you can superimpose the filters, you can buy the same diameter filter superimposed (such as: 58 black soft filter, superimposed on the back of the 58 ND filter) 
Hi, please refer to this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpPPwc9H0q0 which briefly showcases the difference between the three series. 
Hi this filter both side with threading can screw on more filters on top of it. 
No. it is other way. Least strong is 1/8 then 1/4 and then 1/2. 
This filter will fit any lens with a 49mm filter thread 
Size 49mm
Transmittance 84%
Filter Material Optical glass
Filter Thickness 0.13in/3.3mm
Ring Material Aviation aluminum alloy
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