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K&F KV33 67mm ND Fader Variable Neutral Density Filter ND2 to ND400 for Camera Lens Ultra-Slim, Multi Coated

SKU: KF01.1390

Overall Rating 4.9   7
K&F KV33 67mm ND Fader Variable Neutral Density Filter ND2 to ND400 for Camera Lens Ultra-Slim, Multi Coated
15/08/2020
5
This is high quality ND filter to reduce the exposure in photography. I'm using the 67mm of this filter. It's multi-coated, so looks solid and high quality. It is a variable ND filter change from ND2 to ND400 in 9 steps.
Great!
K&F KV33 67mm ND Fader Variable Neutral Density Filter ND2 to ND400 for Camera Lens Ultra-Slim, Multi Coated
21/09/2020
5
Fit my lens perfect
K&F KV33 67mm ND Fader Variable Neutral Density Filter ND2 to ND400 for Camera Lens Ultra-Slim, Multi Coated
27/08/2020
5
Very useful ND filter with variable F stops. I had this VND for over 2 weeks now and it is very useful kit to have in the bag. Shooting in natural light is easy with this filter as it cut down the light at wide aperture. Build quality is also great, metal ring feels smooth and glass element seems well constructed with extra coating but it does not affect the color or the quality of real images, comes with a little plastic case which fit nicely into the bag without taking up too much space and provide 9 stops of exposure adjustment and there is a tick mark on the non-rotating part of the VND.Overall, I recommend this VND filter. This is a great filter and easily get great results. Good Buy.
K&F KV33 67mm ND Fader Variable Neutral Density Filter ND2 to ND400 for Camera Lens Ultra-Slim, Multi Coated
09/07/2020
5
Not sure what took me so long to copp an ND Filter especially a variable one
K&F KV33 67mm ND Fader Variable Neutral Density Filter ND2 to ND400 for Camera Lens Ultra-Slim, Multi Coated
22/06/2020
5
Took some photos over the weekend and seemed to do well no issues.
K&F KV33 67mm ND Fader Variable Neutral Density Filter ND2 to ND400 for Camera Lens Ultra-Slim, Multi Coated
21/06/2020
5
Well, the ND filter simply does its job. It gives me a lot more control over the 16mm f/1.4 lens from Sigma, which is an excellent piece of glass. Since it is a fast, wide angle lens, there can be challenges which are easily dealt with using an ND filter. I did read the comment from a reviewer that mentioned an dark "x mark" across his image. I had to see if I could replicate it with this. I cranked the filter way past what I would have normally set it for, and was able to see the x as well. Neat. It's easily fixed though. Just don't "crank" an ND filter further than is necessary. I have a feeling that most all of them will exhibit the same characteristic, so it's just a matter of operator procedure to see that it doesn't happen. Honestly, I had never noticed it, simply because it was a setting that was never called for, given any of the lighting conditions I was shooting in. I can go to manual settings on my camera, and get a blacked out image, if I push the settings into "deep space", but why would I? Otherwise, the filter shows good edge sharpness, and no detectable distortion, but I'm not terribly picky. It gets rid of what problems I might have had with a high speed, wide angle lens, which is what I bought it for. Nice ND filter, and I'd buy it again.
K&F KV33 67mm ND Fader Variable Neutral Density Filter ND2 to ND400 for Camera Lens Ultra-Slim, Multi Coated
02/06/2020
4
Good product