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    [42059] Haida 82mm PROII Multi-coated Neutral Density Filter ND3.0 (10-Stop Reduction) (HD2014)

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    Professional filters & accessories from Haida.  An ND (neutral density) filter is designed to reduce the amount of light entering your camera. Useful for slow shutter speeds (long exposures) or when you need to use open apertures in broad daylight. This Haida filter is engineered to reduce colour casting and image softness. This filter will reduce the light intake by 10 stops (1,000x). 

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    An ND filter is used to reduce the amount of light entering your camera. This allows you to use wider apertures or slower shutter speeds than normally required. For example, slowing down the movement of running water or to use wider apertures when a flash/strobe is used. Haida glass filters do not affect the colour and sharpness of an image which typically does happen with plastic filters. 

    Features: 

    • High-quality optical glass
    • Screw-in filter (size specific for different lenses)
    • Multi-coated layering (for extra transparency and less light reflections) 
    • Includes filter case
    • Double-threaded (filters can be stacked) 
    • Reduces light by 10 stops


    Practical Uses:
    • Long exposures during daytime (ex. for moving clouds, milky waterfalls, misty water etc.) 
    • Using wide apertures (for shallow depth-of-field) in harsh sunlight 
     
     
    Examples of an ND filter in use:

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    Typical Backorder Leadtime 6-8weeks
    Price R909.99

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