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Neutral Density ND Filter Set ND2 ND4 ND8 + Gradual Neutral Density ND Filter G.ND2 G.ND4 G.ND8 + 9pcs Ring Adapter (49mm 52mm 55mm 58mm 62mm 67mm 72mm 77mm 82mm) + Filter Holder + Filter Case for cokin p series for Canon, Nikon, Sony LF6
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- 6pcs square filter kit includes ND2 ND4 ND8 G.ND2 G.ND4 G.ND8
- 10pcs Adapter Set includes 9pcs Metal Ring Adapter + 1pcs Filter Holder
- Use the same filter for all your lenses by just replacing the adaptor ring
- Nominal voltage: 3.7V
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Screw the adaptor ring onto your lens.
Slide the filter-holder on the adaptor ring until it snaps in place.
Slide the filter (up to 3) into one of the filter-holder slots.
Filter Dimension: 84mm * 95mm
Focal Lengths: 48/49/52/55/58/62/67/72/77/82mm
6pcs Filter Set
G.ND2 filter x1
G.ND4 filter x1
G.ND8 filter x1
ND2 filter x1
ND4 filter x1
ND8 filter x1
6 slots filter case x 1
9pcs Ring Adapter + 1 Filter Holder
49mm Ring Adapter x1
52mm Ring Adapter x1
55mm Ring Adapter x1
58mm Ring Adapter x1
62mm Ring Adapter x1
67mm Ring Adapter x1
72mm Ring Adapter x1
77mm Ring Adapter x1
82mm Ring Adapter x1
3 Slot Filter Holder x1
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Until recently I figured that a DSLR makes filters redundant but of course I now know that's not the case. Depending upon the light you will need to bring down some part of the scene so as to give an overall correct exposure such as a light sky and a dark foreground. Also if you want to take long exposure shots then a filter is needed if light levels are too bright.
And of course you start to look and start to see your wallet emptying when you see the price of Cokin filters. And then you find these at a fraction of the cost.
And they are pretty good. The filter glasses may not be as good as Cokin or Hoya but they are fine. Most of all though the adaptors and the holder are well made and fit perfectly and can take high end filters if you feel the need, saving you a huge lump of wedge.
In use they are good. I used then recently and found the clarity to be excellent with I hope some good pictures. See the enclosed using a graduated filter to highlight the sky at Castle Acre in Norfolk in less than perfect conditions.
Overall, brilliant value for money.
There are lots of differing reviews on this product some good and some bad,
I purchased these to do some landscape photography after reading nearly every one.
I have three camera systems 2 DSLRs and one Mirrorless M4/3 with numerous lenses, so I needed a versatile
filter system to cover all three, this system arrived today and I was determined to test them out to check on the
many complaints about the quality of the unit and colour cast on images.
The quality of the unit? well the lens adapter rings are of alloy construction, well made and marked with the
lens size on each one
The filter holder is made of ABS plastic and feels and looks robust the filters are of a thick perspex type material
and are packed in a nice fold-out case for protection.
They fit very snugly into the holder (after the first fitting of the filters they slide in more easily) treat the filters with respect
handle them by the edges as you would do any filter.
The filter ring adapters fit nicely onto the respective size lenses and are nicely threaded, I find it easier to attach the
Holder to the respective lens ring adapter prior to threading it on to the lens, you may feel differently.
Ok the big one the colour cast is there one? yes, even the best filters leave a colour cast some more than others, but
one thing I have discovered is that all depending on how efficient your auto W/B is on your model of camera will depend
on how noticeable it is, on my Nikon D7200, I can hardly tell there is a filter being used when set in auto W/B, my Olympus
M4/3, however, is a different story, the colour cast on the images was horrendous and almost impossible to remove in
Lightroom but I am not one to be deterred if they worked on my Nikon then there must be a way to make them work on my
M4/3, after all, filters, are just light modifiers, and there was the answer why do we fit a fluorescent filter? to counteract the
pink hue they omit, the colour cast from the filter was gey/blue I just needed to find the right colour temperature? low and behold
I went through the white balance setting on my camera in LiveView and BINGO the little fishy did it the underwater W/B
setting. checking on my Nikon it's around 3130K your camera may vary.
Are these filters for pro use? of course not, do they achieve what I want? yes absolutely, are they good value for money?
yes, these things are around £12 for a full set just to put that into perspective that would not even buy you a lens ring adapter
for the Lee system.
I think too many people have unrealistic expectations, £12 ain't going to get you a pro filter system but it will get you these
and they work, just spend a little time testing them to find out the best settings for your system.
You can see some of the filter holder on a wide angle (<24mm, full-frame) lens, but this is a function of the lens as well as the filter holder.
If you are starting out in photography/want to get a little more serious about landscape photography then this is a cheap and quick investment. It can be a stepping stone to the lee (et al) filter set
The six filters come in a very protective wallet case. Also included is the 3 filter holder along with lens screw thread adaptors for various sizes of lenses. The 3 filter adaptor allows you use a combination of the six filters for building up different ND values.
The only criticism of this kit is that there's nowhere in the wallet case to store the filter holder and lens adaptor which would have been nice.