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Top 10 ND Filters

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Top 10 ND filters

An ND, or Neutral Density filter, ensures that the exposure of an image is weakened over the entire image surface. The filter is often colourless or grey - which is why an ND filter is often called a grey filter - and can therefore handle recordings over a longer period of time without the photo becoming overexposed. These filters also come in a range of types and sizes. Check out the most popular filters in the top 10 list below. All filters are also available in other sizes. 

 

Top 10 ND Filters

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    Top 10 ND filters

    An ND, or Neutral Density filter, ensures that the exposure of an image is weakened over the entire image surface. The filter is often colourless or grey - which is why an ND filter is often called a grey filter - and can therefore handle recordings over a longer period of time without the photo becoming overexposed. These filters also come in a range of types and sizes. Check out the most popular filters in the top 10 list below. All filters are also available in other sizes. 

     

    Sharp and colourful photos with slow shutter speeds

    An ND filter provides sharp and colourful images when shooting at slow shutter speeds. The filter prevents photos from becoming overexposed. When working with an ND filter on your lens, it is necessary to focus manually. The autofocus has more trouble calibrating the light.

    ND filters are available from Leefilters, B+W and Hoya. When choosing an ND filter, it is important to pay attention to the number of stops of light that the filter is blocking. The more stops blocked, the slower the shutter speed can become. In addition, the filter size also plays an important role. A 38mm filter does not fit a 17mm lens. By using an adapter ring, you can attach an ND filter to a lens of a different size. With the help of a filter holder and adapter ring, you can use several filters at the same time. This way you can vary your photos. In addition, you can also use UV filters and polarising filters. Ideal for photographing with a lot of UV light or determining incidence of light.

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    All ND filters

    Choosing the best ND filter

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