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B+W 77mm #110 Neutral Density (ND) 3.0 Filter +10 Stops - F-PRO Mount
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- 3.0 neutral density filter darkens the image, allowing you to photograph with a longer shutter speed or wider aperture than normally required
- Providing a 10-stop exposure reduction, this filter allows you to control depth of field and convey movement more easily
- Filter does not affect coloration of the image and is ideal for use with other filters
- Single coated to prevent internal ghosting and reflections
- Constructed from Schott glass for optical clarity
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With ten screen steps light reduction brings of these gray filters compared with the lower steps one more increase. Physically partly generates of the filters a light warm tone.
Experimental taking a photo with very long fastener times.
Pulled through light tracks or going passanten on streets and places are made unrecognizable or even invisible.
This assembly-line effect becomes with moved water becomes even more extreme.
Main range of application is observation and documentation of industrial processes with extreme brightness (furnaces, filaments in halogen and other lamps, combustion processes).
filter factor approx. 1000
TYPE 110 10 Blendstufen
Neutral density filters, or grey filters, are used if too much light restricts creative possibilities. They reduce the light in accordance with their density; they therefore allow longer exposure times or more widely opened apertures.With a light intensity reduction of ten f-stops, this B+W Neutral Density Filter has a slightly stronger warm tone than the ND 106. Its principal field of application is the observation and documentation of industrial processes with extreme brightness, such as steel furnaces, incinerators, glowing filaments in halogen- and other bulbs. It is also used in video aplications to reduce depth of field.The filter factor is 1000x.
B+W filters are made with Schott glass which guarantees the very highest glass quality. Good quality cameras and lenses are a major investment and at B+W we believe that if you should have the best quality filters. There’s no point in buying an expensive, optically superior lens, only to put a piece of inferior glass over the front of it!B+W filters all feature brass mounts, designed to fix the high-quality filter glass in position “for life”. Brass mounts won’t bind with your lens thread, or other filters – a major advantage over cheaper filters.See all Product description
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Check the filter when you buy it to see for these marks (and don't assume it's just your camera lens being filthy like I did)
This type of filter is sometimes known as a black glass filter and, as the name implies, cannot be seen through. In order to use the filter you need to:
- mount the camera on a sturdy tripod;
- focus on the subject and take a meter reading without the filter;
- switch to manual exposure;
- leave the aperture the same as it was when the meter reading was taken;
- put the filter on the lens;
- adjust the time of exposure as mentioned above - if your camera does not have a long enough manual setting [my camera's maximum shutter speed is 30 seconds] you'll have to use the bulb function and a watch or other timer;
- switch off autofocus .. if you leave autofocus switched on the camera may start hunting when you press the shutter release;
- switch off any vibration reduction / image stabilisation system on the lens or camera .. they introduce movement when the camera is mounted on a tripod;
- activate the shutter release using a cable release or the camera's self- timer mode to prevent moving the camera.
Once I've taken the picture I've found it best to check the image on the back of the camera as I've sometimes found it necessary to try other exposure times. When trying other exposures it's worth bearing in mind that if the indicated exposure time is, say, 30 seconds and the image is too dark an increase in exposure time to 45 seconds is only a half stop increase.
To see some examples of the type of effects that can be achieved try an internet search for long exposure or black glass photography.
I really like the effects that you can achieve and this filter is well recommended.
The filter is well constructed. When you get it you will understand that is a quality filter.
Above all though it does not cause any sort of blur to the image. You get very sharp images comparing to some other cheap filters.
The only thing you must have in mind is that this filter gives more warm colours so you must find the suitable white balance temperature by using KELVIN mode.
5 Star rate for B + W filters!!!
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But I can say that it works very well.