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58 mm
67 mm
Variable Density Filter (67mm, Neutral density filter)
CHF 137.–
Hoya Variable Density Filter (67mm, Neutral density filter)
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72 mm
77 mm
Variable Density Filter (77mm, Neutral density filter)
CHF 173.–
Hoya Variable Density Filter (77mm, Neutral density filter)
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Manufacturer Hoya
Product type Filters (photography)
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Filters (photography)

In photography and videography, a filter is a camera accessory consisting of an optical filter that can be inserted in the optical path. The filter can be a square or oblong shape mounted in a holder accessory, or, more commonly, a glass or plastic disk with a metal or plastic ring frame, which can be screwed in front of the lens or clipped onto the lens.

Filters allow added control for the photographer of the images being produced. Sometimes they are used to make only subtle changes to images; other times the image would simply not be possible without them.

The negative aspects of using filters, though often negligible, include the possibility of loss of image definition if using dirty or scratched filters, and increased exposure required by the reduction in light transmitted. The former is best avoided by careful use and maintenance of filters, while the latter is a matter of technique; it usually will not be a problem if planned out properly, but in some situations filter use is impractical.

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Item number5776896
Manufacturer no.Y3VD052
Sales rank in Product type Filters (photography)105 of 860

Filter properties

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Filter properties

In photography and videography, a filter is a camera accessory consisting of an optical filter that can be inserted in the optical path. The filter can be a square or oblong shape mounted in a holder accessory, or, more commonly, a glass or plastic disk with a metal or plastic ring frame, which can be screwed in front of the lens or clipped onto the lens.

Filters allow added control for the photographer of the images being produced. Sometimes they are used to make only subtle changes to images; other times the image would simply not be possible without them.

The negative aspects of using filters, though often negligible, include the possibility of loss of image definition if using dirty or scratched filters, and increased exposure required by the reduction in light transmitted. The former is best avoided by careful use and maintenance of filters, while the latter is a matter of technique; it usually will not be a problem if planned out properly, but in some situations filter use is impractical.

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Filterart
Schraubfilter
Filter type
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Filter type

Beschreibt den Typ des optischen Filters.

Neutral density filter
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Neutral density filter

In photography and optics, a neutral density filter or ND filter is a filter that reduces or modifies intensity of all wavelengths or colors of light equally, giving no changes in hue of color rendition. It can be a colorless (clear) or grey filter. The purpose of a standard photographic neutral density filter is to allow the photographer greater flexibility to change the aperture, exposure time and/or motion blur of subject in different situations and atmospheric conditions.

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Filter thread
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Filter thread

Als Filtergewinde bezeichnet man ein Anschlussgewinde von Foto- und Video-Objektiven zur Aufnahme von optischen Filtern. Dieses Gewinde befindet sich meist an der Vorderseites kurz vor der Frontlinse. Für die Aufnahme von Streulichtblenden haben die meisten Objektive einen separaten Anschluss.

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52 mm

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 Expected delivery time: approx. 9–11 days
Currently > 5 piece(s) in stock at the supplier

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 Expected delivery time: approx. 9–11 days
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User adrian.bruengger
Variable Density Filter (52mm, Neutral density filter)

Hält was er verspricht.

Der Filter lässt sich perfekt regeln. Die Filterwirkung ist homogen und die Farbneutralität hervorragend. Unbedingt zu empfehlen.


stufenlose Regelung
Farbtreue
Belichtungszeit ist schwierig vorauszuberechnen - Probeaufnahme unabdingbar

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24.06.2015
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User Joemanog
Variable Density Filter (52mm, Neutral density filter)

Des beaux lunettes de soleil pour ma caméra.

J'ai déjà fait des expériences et j'étais même en forêt pour tester avec des rivières et des chutes d'eau.
J'ai réussi à faire quelques photos raisonnables mais je pourrais pas aller plus que 30 seconds de pose longue sans que ça vient sur exposé.
Faut aussi éviter d'aller jusqu'au max de son opacité car on y trouverai le fameux "vignetting" auquel je m'attendais et c'est plutôt normal.

Pour la photo/video en général ça apporte aussi un peu le "look de cinéma" et si on l'utilise avec le flash, la photo devient beaucoup plus naturel surtout les portraits.


Ça m'a étonné la façon comme hoya emballe son produit. Il y avait certes une coque en plastique avec un tissu protecteur sur les deux côté par contre le filtre pourrais bouger pas mal dans cette coque et même se faire endommager. Un peu bizarre mais bon.

Si non ça va plutôt bien et je suis content.
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Longs expositions pendant la journée.
Rapport qualité/prix
Variable
Vignetting (quand on met au max).
Pas de petit saccoche

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