Platinum Series 67mm Camera Neutral Density Filter (PT-MC400VND67-C)

  • Model #: PT-MC400VND67-C
  • Web Code: 10367560
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$99.99

Overview

These Platinum Series 67mm Neutral Density filters can help reduce light intensity to avoid overexposure while maintaining the image's natural colour. By reducing the natural light, you can achieve a shallower depth of field or create a motion blur effect.

More Information

  • 67mm filters can be adjusted from ND2 to ND400 to reduce natural light without appreciably changing its colour
  • Filters have different f-stop reduction numbers and transmittance, thus can be applied for different shooting conditions, such as portraiture, water falls, fountains, and more

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Filter Type
    Neutral Density Filters
  • Filter Shape
    Circular
  • Filter Dimensions
    67 mm
  • Circular Size
    67 mm
  • Mounting Type
    Screw
  • Filter Material
    Aluminum; Glass
  • Filter Effect
    Neutral Density
  • Warranty Parts
    1 Year(s)


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  • from Vancouver, BC
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Nice Filter with some limitations

Use with a Canon Rebel T5i The variable ND filter is good to be able to focus at lower ND and then switch to manual focus on the lens and dial up the setting. The diameter conversion rings make this useful with most of my lenses,and had great results with my Canon 50mm F1.4. BUT I've noticed interference patterns at certain zooms at high density settings on my Canon 18-135mm EF-S lens, especially in the wide range. I'm certain its a clash between the polarizing lines on the filter (which is how it achieves a variable density) and the sensor since you don't see the effect through the optical viewfinder. You can dial out the patterning by backing off the density or zooming into the image, but it is a limitation that's annoying if you have been doing a 5 minute exposure. I bought this in the Boxing day sale at half price, but I might have greater concern had I payed full price.


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