What is an ND1000 Filter?
2019-12-04 04:33:05 1 Comment 2
Why do I need an ND filter?Neutral Density (ND) filters reduce the amount of light entering the camera, enabling longer exposure time than would otherwise be possible with your normal camera settings. This enhances the motion giving surreal scenes in photos that display motion.
What is an ND1000 filter?
The ND1000 is a 10 stop filter meaning a long exposure which can result in some great artistic shots being produced. Being 10 stop allows us to reduce the shutter speed to the 1-20 second range depending on the size of the aperture we can want for that shot.
How to use the ND1000 filter?
The K&F ND1000 filter comes in two parts, there is the holder mounting frame which allows you to stack 2 X 100mm Square and there are the various sized adapter rings depending on what type of lens you wish to use the filter system on.
The size supplied are 52mm.58mm/62mm/72mm/67mm/77mm/82mm
Once you have screwed your adapter onto your lens the filter holder then clips on which has a small brass colored release buttons.
The filter lens itself comes wrapped in paper with its own padded case with a magnetic flap keeping it secure whilst in your bag.
When fitting the filter it slides into the holder with a good nice fit with no light seepage into the lens.
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