A Variable Neutral Density Filter?

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Kenko Tokina has a variable ND (neutral density) filter that you can adjust from ND2.5 all the way up to ND1000 – that’s stopping down to as much as 10 exposure values! You only have to turn its outer ring, much like turning it with a circular polarizing filter, to achieve the effect you want.

ND filters are very much like sunglasses for your camera. It darkens the scene to allow you to use a much slower shutter speed to blur, for instance, the flow of water from a waterfall to make it look silky soft and smooth. Or, when shooting a movie with a DSLR, you can open up aperture to blur the background even under a bright sun.

[Site: Kenko Tokina (Japanese)]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

VINTAGE BEIER PRECISA CAMERA 4 5X6 6X6 Anastigmat Erisar 1:3.5 F = 7.5 cm + Case picture
VINTAGE BEIER PRECISA CAMERA 4 5X6 6X6 Anastigmat Erisar 1:3.5 F = 7.5 cm + Case