Fixed ND Filters

5.0
ND64 + CPL Polarizing Filter Plus+

Cut reflections, longer motion blur

From $59 USD+

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4.9
ND8 (3 Stop) Filter Plus+

Creative possibilities in low light

From $55 USD+

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5.0
ND64 (6 Stop) Filter Plus+

More options in bright light

From $55 USD+

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4.9
ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter Plus+

Better long exposure in bright light

From $55 USD+

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5.0
ND4 (2 Stop) Filter Plus+

More options in low light

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4.8
ND16 (4 Stop) Filter Plus+

More possibilities in low light

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Magnetic ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter Plus+

Better long exposure in bright light

From $65 USD+

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What is the purpose of using a Fixed ND Camera Filter?

A Fixed ND (Neutral Density) Filter reduces the amount of light entering the lens without affecting color. It's used to achieve longer exposure times, allowing for creative effects like motion blur in bright conditions or achieving a shallower depth of field in situations with abundant light.

What is the difference between Fixed ND and Variable ND?

Fixed ND filters have a set density, providing a constant level of light reduction. Variable ND filters offer adjustable density, allowing you to vary the amount of light reduction by rotating the filter.

How do I clean and maintain my Fixed ND Filter?

To clean a Fixed ND Filter, use a soft brush or air blower to remove loose particles. Gently wipe the filter with a lens cleaning solution and a microfiber cloth in a circular motion. Avoid excessive pressure and ensure the cloth is clean to prevent scratches.

What are the recommended use-cases for Fixed ND Filters?

Fixed ND Filters are ideal for scenarios where a consistent level of light reduction is needed, such as capturing long exposures in bright light, achieving a shallower depth of field in well-lit conditions, and maintaining a specific shutter speed for video recording in varying lighting situations.

Can I stack Fixed ND Filters for increased effect?

While technically possible, stacking Fixed ND Filters may introduce unwanted colour shifts, vignetting, and optical issues. It's generally recommended to use a single high-quality filter with the desired density rather than stacking multiple filters for optimal image quality.

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