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- Reduces the light entering your camera lens by 10 stops
- Permits wider apertures and slower shutter speeds to be used
- ACCU-ND coating for truly neutral colour balance. The metallic ACCU-ND coating on the prond filters do not color shift as you move from one density to the next
- Allows you to reduce depth of field for portraits
- Low-profile aluminium ring avoids vignetting
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Size Name: 77 mm | Style Name: ND 1000
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Hoya 77mm Pro ND 1000 Filter
From the manufacturer
Hoya traces its beginnings back to Tokyo Optical Glass Manufacturing, established in November 1941 by the brothers Yamanaka.
Optical glass requires highly sophisticated manufacturing technology compared to other types of glass, and at that time it was the most technologically advanced industry.
Glass Formation Technologies
Hoya produces more than 100 different varieties of optical glass, working from a proprietary “recipe book” that contains over 50,000 different ways to manufacture glass. Hoya carefully selects the purest materials from around the globe, and combines them in a multitude of ways to create an endless variety of glass products with optical characteristics that precisely match market needs.
Why do I need an ND filter?
Neutral density (ND) filters reduce the amount of light entering the camera, this enables the option to select a longer exposure time than would have been possible. This can then bring life to motion. Also an ND filter enables larger aperture selection, resulting in a shallower depth of field. Either way, this is a very useful filter for use in still or motion photography.
Hoya PROND filters are neutral
The ACCU-ND technology in the Hoya PROND filters yields a truly neutral colour balance that will not add any noticeable colour-cast to your images. The Hoya PROND series is aimed at the still photography and HDSLR video markets. The series provides 9 filters from two stop to 10 stop light reduction.
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I found some issues when using it during daylight, that there is a heavy magenta tint to the photos. Unfortunately I didn’t save any of them to attach here. For this I have given the filter 4 stars.
- Relatively good value for money
- Good quality
- Case that it comes in does a good job of protecting the filter and is nice and small.
- It is quite wide and although it can be used with other filters I have experienced some vignetting when stacking up.
- Not great if you want to use it with lots of different lenses with different filter thread diameters
All in all I would recommend buying this if you are just starting out with long exposures and don't think you'll be using many other filters. If you think you are going to be using ND grads and polarisers I would consider looking at the likes of NiSi's or Formatt Hi-Techs square filter systems.
It is just great for my Sony a7 camera and Zeiss 35mm f/2.8 lens. Hoya produces the best value for money ND filters. The ND 1000 is the darkest neutral density filter for 49 mm filter thread. It's ideal for long exposure shooting. Like in the case of creating light rays from car lamps during night. Or vanishing people and cars from photos during daylight by using 30 seconds long exposure.
It is isn't truly neutral density. It changes a little the colors. Not big issue for amateurs like me. That is unavoidable with affordable ND filters. It isn't a professional ND filter as its name suggests. Professional ND filters costs at least five times more. For its money it's great thought.
The reflections are truly negligible. Very good anti reflecting coating. This something I like with all Hoya filters. I have problems to clean the filter with my lenspen. I don't know why. The box of the filter could be better. It is heavier than the filter, it doesn't close safely.
I combine the filter with another Infrared filter and shoot directly the sun with telephoto lens for sun spots.
Overall very happy
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