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Hoya 82mm Variable Density Screw-in Filter
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- Rotating filter ring with scale indicating max. through min. settings
- Provides 1.5 - 9 stop exposure reduction, equal to filter factor NDX3 - NDX400
- Enables slow shutter speeds to be used
- Allows greater control over depth of field
- Does not affect colour balance or detail
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Size: 82 mm
Hoya 82 mm Variable Density Screw in Filter
From the Manufacturer
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.
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.
Why use a Variable Density Filter?
When using a camera in its fully manual mode the exposure time, aperture size can be adjusted. Adding a variable density filter adds control of the amount of light entering the lens, this enables increased exposure times and/or apertures while using the neutral density filter to prevent overexposure.
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Top Customer Reviews
Positives for me are: A) variable ND of 1.5-9 stops with no X. This only happens when you exceed the minimum and there's never a need to do that. B) One filter to carry - very convenient. No need to change. C) Clarity of pictures - colour not affected either. D) Good materials. No slippage & good glass quality. E) No vignetting as filter's slim.
Negative A) no external thread.
I would recommend this.
A great product, competitively priced. And fast delivery.
I have used this for Daytime Time-lapse using Canon 7D + magiclantern RAW video frame override excellent results. Used this on my Canon 15-85mm, there has been no binding when removing.
One point, you can use with Hoya circular polarizer with variable ND on top.
But not the other way around.
This is actual filter I could highly recommend. It is not the cheapest but it is definitely sharpest for the price.
Check out my video review on You Tube with the title:
*Best ND fader (variable) filter under $80/ £60 - Shootout* (copy and paste it to You Tube to see full review)
There are five filters: NEEWER, POLAROID, ZOMEI, HAMA, HOYA
I bought the 77mm filter to fit a Canon 400mm f/5.6 lens.
Waited two weeks until today for the first appropriately sunny day.
Even at 9 stops reduction 1/2000 at F/10 is needed to capture those sun spots.
Roll on the partial (from where I will be) solar eclipse next month.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good quality and I saved a lot of money.
Fast delivery and good service.
Generally quite pleased with this filter. I also bought one of the cheap-n-cheerful examples so have been able to make some sort of meaningful comparison. Read morePublished 4 months ago by shopstoomuch