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Unique & Versatile.

The Tiffen Variable ND filter is a unique, versatile and flexible tool, affording you the convenience of using several Neutral Density filters all in one. Primarily used as a photographic tool for controlling depth of field and exposure, the Variable ND is being sought in the video market as well because it is fast, easy to use, small, lightweight, and does not require additional accessories such as a matte box.

A must-have in your camera bag!

The Tiffen Variable ND filter operates on the same principle as a Circular Polarizer – rotate until you reach your desired effect and shoot. It allows you to have continuous control over the amount of light coming through your lens in an approximate range of 2 (ND 0.6) to 8 (ND 2.4) stops – while maintaining the integrity of your image. Note: The evenly spaced indexing marks between MIN and MAX do not represent calibrated stops. They are for reference only, to be used as a density benchmark to return to a previous setting.

  • Provides 2 to 8 stops of light control
  • Thin profile ring – 9mm
  • Wider outer optic to help reduce vignetting at wide angles
  • Comes in Tiffen Professional packaging with padded black nylon pouch
  • Made with high quality optical glass using Tiffen’s ColorCore technology
  • Made in the USA

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The Tiffen variable ND filter is a unique and flexible tool, affording you the convenience of using several neutral density filters in one Neutral density filters reduce the amount of light going through the lens into your camera. By reducing the light you are able to achieve the following: • Allows the use of slow shutter speeds, with high speed films or digital cameras, to record movement/image blur in subjects such as waterfalls, clouds or any fast moving subject • Gives you full control over your depth of field. You are able to decrease depth of field by using wider apertures, which helps separate subjects from their background (subject matter in focus while your background is blurred) • Allows you to shoot high speed film (above ISO 400) in bright outdoor situations by reducing effective ISO • Enables cine and video cameras (which have fixed shutter speeds) to film subjects such as snow, sand or other bright scenes which could cause overexposure Primarily used for controlling depth of field and exposure, the variable ND is easy to use, small, lightweight, and does not require additional accessories. Neutral density filters reduce the amount of light going through the lens into your camera. By reducing the light you are able to use of slow shutter speeds, with high speed films or digital cameras, to record movement/image blur in subjects such as waterfalls or any fast moving subject. It also gives you full control over your depth of field. The Tiffen variable ND filter operates on the same principle as a circular polarizer rotate until you reach your desired effect and shoot. It allows you to have continuous control over the amount of light coming through your lens in an approximate range of 2 (ND 0.6) to 8 (ND 2.4) stops while maintaining the integrity of your image. Box Contains 1 x Filter 1 x Instruction manual 1 x Filter pouch.

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  • Provides 2 to 8 stops of light control
  • Thin profile ring: 9 millimeter
  • Wider outer optic to help reduce vignetting at wide angles
  • Made with high quality optical glass using Tiffen''s color core technology
  • Made in the USA

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Q: Are you able to identify the ND number thru out the entire range?

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Sandy Knight
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Very disappointed with this filter, and I was sold a used filter as new!!
Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2018
Size: 82mmConfiguration: Variable ND Filter
I have a Nikon D7200, and am leaving for Iceland in a few days, and after watching many videos I thought a neutral density filter might be a nice thing to have for taking photos of waterfalls and ocean. It seemed the variable density filter would be a nice compromise as I... See more
I have a Nikon D7200, and am leaving for Iceland in a few days, and after watching many videos I thought a neutral density filter might be a nice thing to have for taking photos of waterfalls and ocean. It seemed the variable density filter would be a nice compromise as I am not a professional, I would probably only use it a few times a year, and didn''t want to invest a lot of money in a filter system. I had high regard for the Tiffen name, and after reading many of the reviews, I thought I would take a chance on the Tiffen 82mm VND filter.

Since I never used one before I took my camera and tripod out at lunch yesterday and took some pictures of a nearby lake to practice (not a pretty setting, but I just wanted to get used to the filter). I set the shutter speed to 5 seconds, and took one picture at each of the setting marks. At the max end, I saw the problems that other reviews had noted, but figured I would just not use the max setting. I went back to my office and loaded the pictures onto my computer to look at them. The first four photos are unusable due to dark areas at various spots in the photos. Then I realized that there were marks in each photo. (If you look along the tree line you can see several marks, especially on the tree furthest to the right.)

I first checked my wide angle lens but that was fine. Then I held the Tiffen up to a light and realized the scuff marks were on the lens and could not be cleaned off. It then dawned on m that I was sold a used lens as new. Since I am leaving for my trip in two days, I don''t have time to order another, and frankly don''t trust that I would get a new lens anyway. So it is being returned. What a disappointment. I will stop at a local camera shop today at lunch and see what kind of filters they have in stock.

(in packing the filter back in the Tiffen box last night, I noticed a piece of paper that stated that Tiffen owed me a filter pouch and to go to their website, register the lens and they would send me a pouch. This further reinforced my opinion that I was sold a used lens as new.
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Daniel + Jennifer Waghorne
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Absolutely essential piece of gear.
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2015
Size: 82mmConfiguration: Variable ND Filter
I debated for a while before I finally purchased this Variable ND filter. I knew it was important, but was always able to get by without using one for the most part unless I was shooting in broad daylight with no cloud coverage. After making this purchase, I don''t know how... See more
I debated for a while before I finally purchased this Variable ND filter. I knew it was important, but was always able to get by without using one for the most part unless I was shooting in broad daylight with no cloud coverage. After making this purchase, I don''t know how I''ve gone so long without this.

There are a few things to know when purchasing an ND filter. First, you want the Tiffen Variable ND. There are a few cheaper (as in $15ish), but they are extremely poorly made and will give a dark purple cast over the footage when the ND is turned up. Also, cheaper Variable ND''s do not like zoom lenses, so prepare for nasty colors when zooming in. I have experienced none of those issues with the Tiffen.

There''s another, much more expensive Variable ND by Hoya, which in my opinion is not worth the money at all. Dave Dougdale did a very comprehensive review you should definitely check out comparing multiple ND''s, and he preferred the look of the Tiffen over the Hoya which is twice as expensive.

This is just personal preference, but when buying and ND, or any filter for that matter, buy the 82mm thread unless you absolutely don''t want to for some odd reason. The reason for this is that they have multiple step down rigs that will allow you to change the filter thread. For example, I purchased the 82mm thread, and purchased a 82-77mm Step Down, 82-67mm Step Down, and 82-58mm Step Down ring. Now, instead of buying a new ND filter for all of my lenses and spending hundreds of extra dollars, I can buy a three dollar adapter. Yes, you''ll have a much bigger filter on the end of your camera and it will look awkward, but you''ll also have hundreds more in your pocket so it''s all good.

On a more technical term, I was able to keep 1/50 shutter at 24fps and f/4.0 with my A7s on a remotely sunny day with the ND set pretty high. I had to go up to a f/6.3 once, but without the NDI had to shoot at an f/22 and I was still +2 stops over exposed, so that just goes to show you how much range this ND gives you.

If you ever plan on shooting out doors and keeping your shutter angle at 180 degrees without setting you aperture absurdly high, you need this. There''s no other way to put it.
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John
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Versatile and handy but with limitations.
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2016
Size: 72mmConfiguration: Variable ND Filter
Versatile but ended up returning to try out some square filters instead. Pros: You can focus with it set to a lower stop setting, and then crank it up. If you were using fixed stop filters you can''t do this, you''d have to take OFF the filters because it''s hard... See more
Versatile but ended up returning to try out some square filters instead.

Pros: You can focus with it set to a lower stop setting, and then crank it up. If you were using fixed stop filters you can''t do this, you''d have to take OFF the filters because it''s hard for the camera to focus with too much filtering on.

Cons: Vignetting/X-ing at too high stop levels. Difficult to use in combination with a dedicated circular polarizing (since this uses two polarized lenses in opposition to create the variability).

Tips: Use back button focusing! Set the filter to minimum, then focus the scene (you can configure your camera to use a separate button than the shutter to focus). Then set the filter to desired stop, now set the exposure. My camera seemed to do just fine with automatic exposure metering with a lot of filtering on (just not automatic focusing). Now take your shot! (from a tripod with a remote shutter release, or with a timer delay of course).
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R. A.Top Contributor: Photography
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Weird Color Cast & Vignette
Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2019
Size: 58mmConfiguration: Variable ND Filter
Overview I got this ND filter so that I could control the shutter speed when shooting music videos and other videos but it is not usable for either. Sure it controls the shutter speed like it should but read on if you do not want to make the same mistake that I... See more
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I got this ND filter so that I could control the shutter speed when shooting music videos and other videos but it is not usable for either. Sure it controls the shutter speed like it should but read on if you do not want to make the same mistake that I did.

THE GOOD

Like anything this filter is not all bad. It feels high quality, it is very easy to dial in the exposure you need for a given shutter angle, and it threads on the lenses perfectly. I have Tiffen fixed ND filters and they are great.

THE BAD

1- Color Cast: This filter puts a serious green/blueish color cast on all of the footage. This is easy to correct for photography, but for video it''s nearly impossible. The color cast is very difficult to see which is why I shot the whole music video and did not realize it until I went to color grade the footage. As soon as I applied my Rec709 LUT the colors went haywire. I ended up skipping rec709 correction completely and had to create a custom color grade by hand.

2-Vignette: I have attached a picture showing the uneven vignette that this filter causes. In the upper left corner it starts affecting the image when it is dialed in at less than 60%. This is way before the X pattern starts to appear and once again was too faint for me to catch it on the monitor during the filming.

3-Hard Stops: I bumped the filter a few times accidentally and it was very easy to over or under expose if I was not careful to dial it back in before filming. Hard stops would fix this, especially if you have to switch equipment or need to match ND filter strength between multiple cameras.

CONCLUSION

I regret getting this filter and am now on the market for a better one. I may go to fixed ND filters but dialing in the exposure is so convenient, not to mention every second spent fiddling with gear is time lost filming on set. Maybe I just got one with problems but I cannot risk another video shoot with a filter that has this many problems. I would have rathered just use the shutter speed to control the exposure than to have a cast or vignette in my footage.
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Dmitry's Garage
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Just get a fixed ND filter kit.
Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019
Size: 52mmConfiguration: Variable ND Filter
This is a marginally useful product. Yes you can adjust how much light you let in. However, you have a very small usable range, the wider the angle the worse. Well before reaching the max setting you get pretty significant artifacts. I would see a huge X across the image,... See more
This is a marginally useful product. Yes you can adjust how much light you let in. However, you have a very small usable range, the wider the angle the worse. Well before reaching the max setting you get pretty significant artifacts. I would see a huge X across the image, heavy vignetting, etc.. The attached picture (just quick test) was 2/3 of the way between min and max. As you can see the artifacts introduced are very heavy and were very apparent even mid-way between min and max. Shot on a X-T30 (crop sensor) with a XC 15-45mm. I made the mistake of buying two of these and the one I''m using on my full frame Nikon Z6 isn''t any better. This just seems like a flawed technology. Just get couple of cheaper regular fixed ND filters. At this point even if I could only just have one ND filter I''d rather work around it than had wasted the money on a variable. Too bad I''m past the return period, it''s what I get for not testing earlier.
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Richard
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Works as it should
Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2017
Size: 77mmConfiguration: Variable ND Filter
Amateur photography hobbyist here. This is the only variable ND filter I''ve used, so can''t say if it''s the best out there. But it definitely allowed me to get very nice long exposure shots. I like that it''s screw on and variable, which seems a lot easier to setup than the... See more
Amateur photography hobbyist here. This is the only variable ND filter I''ve used, so can''t say if it''s the best out there. But it definitely allowed me to get very nice long exposure shots. I like that it''s screw on and variable, which seems a lot easier to setup than the rectangular pieces of glass and mount. I went with the larger 77mm allowing me to just get adapters to fit smaller thread diameter lenses.

Couple notes why I gave 4/5 stars:

1) When I first received the filter, it was very difficult for me to change/turn the ND setting. It seemed as if it was stuck, thought I had a bad filter. But after I got it loosened up, it turns smoothly now.
2) Wish it prevented turning past the ND min/max. Sometimes I''ve turned it past the max and fear I might damage it.
3) Not sure if it''s my lens or the filter, but I just started using it on a Nikon 12-24mm f/4 DX lens and I''m getting a lot of darkening at the max ND setting. So, have to go one down. It was working perfectly on the kit DX lens 18-55mm and a DX 35mm f/1.8 (with thread adapter) So, maybe it''s how it works on the new lenses I''m using (which has the same 77mm thread size as the filter).
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Phillip D. Breske
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Shoot LOG video at midday!
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2018
Size: 77mmConfiguration: Variable ND Filter
Sony S-LOG3 video can be shot at midday while using a wide aperture with this filter. S-LOG3 minimum ISO is 800, so shooting during the day usually requires a fast shutter and tight aperture. With this filter dialed down to its darkest setting, I can maintain 1/50 second... See more
Sony S-LOG3 video can be shot at midday while using a wide aperture with this filter. S-LOG3 minimum ISO is 800, so shooting during the day usually requires a fast shutter and tight aperture. With this filter dialed down to its darkest setting, I can maintain 1/50 second shutter and around f2-2.8 aperture. This makes all the difference in video quality. And the price is about as low as you''ll find for a quality filter. Slightly warm color rendition. Vignetting may occur depending on your lens, but I have shot with a 17mm lens (Super35 crop) and encountered no issues. Made in USA!
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Filter
Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2018
Size: 77mmConfiguration: Variable ND Filter
I ordered and received this filter and went shooting with my Nikon D750. This variable filter is outstanding! Below, I posted some photos I shot with it of a waterfall. It has a very sturdy build and I was able to get up to 20 second exposures during the daytime in Hawaii... See more
I ordered and received this filter and went shooting with my Nikon D750. This variable filter is outstanding! Below, I posted some photos I shot with it of a waterfall. It has a very sturdy build and I was able to get up to 20 second exposures during the daytime in Hawaii with perfect clarity! I highly recommend this filter and don''t listen to the negative reviews, just like the wine community there is a certain level of snobbery in photography Ignore the arrogance and enjoy this outstanding bang for your buck filter!!!
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Jan
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Match for Sigma 30mm or 16mm 1.4 - Lens Caps Work
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 21, 2018
Overall Conclusion: I have tried the Hoya and the Tiffen filter on my Sigma 30mm 1.4/Sony a6500 combination. I returned the Hoya and I am very happy with the Tiffen filter. It is not perfect, but provides a good solution for video. Lens caps do work by the way. (Note: I am...See more
Overall Conclusion: I have tried the Hoya and the Tiffen filter on my Sigma 30mm 1.4/Sony a6500 combination. I returned the Hoya and I am very happy with the Tiffen filter. It is not perfect, but provides a good solution for video. Lens caps do work by the way. (Note: I am using the Tiffen 67mm version on my Sigma 16mm 1.4 lens with no problem. So, the below applies to this combination as well.) How to Use: Just screw the filter to the front of your lens. The filter has two elements - you turn the front element to set the required strength. Please note that there is only one scale which always move to the wrong side when screwing on the filter. This means that I always have to turn the camera upside down when I want to check or adjust the strength. It''s quite annoying, but acceptable due to the lack of proper alternatives. Please note that you can actually use a lens cap on this filter. There is a very shallow thread at the front of the filter I received from Amazon.co.uk. This means a lens cap does not fit 100% securely (due to the shallow thread), but it does hold on okay. I have not dropped the cap or lost it in the camera bag. I always leave the filter on my lens. I use the Eggsnow Lens Cap (62mm) which I bought on Amazon.co.uk for GBP 4.99 (pack of 2). Effectiveness: I went on a trip to Australia and this filter was essential to use the correct shutter speed while filming on my Sony a6500 in bright sunlight. I am able to use the filter up to the last dot for video and the second last dot for pictures without experiencing any x-effect - much better compared to the Hoya (please see my other review for the Hoya filter). Sharpness remains great and I did not notice any wear blue tint or any other colour problems which other reviewers noted here on Amazon or on YouTube. However, the filter is not perfect. I sometimes notice white balance issues when taking pictures. The camera will adjust after a while, but it seems to take longer than it would without the filter. It does give a slight colour cast towards the warmer side which I believe you need to accept when buying a variable ND filter at this price point. Quality & Price: My first filter which I ordered from Amazon.co.uk came with a small scratch on the glass. I order again and the new one was good. For the price, I did expect more. However, the actual filter seems to be of good quality and I have not had any problems. I noticed hat the front element does make crunching sounds when new. However, this got less and less under use and has now disappeared. If this review was helpful, please let me know by clicking the button below.
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Leslie Jones
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Tiffen 82mm Variable Neutral Density Filter Works On Sony 24-70mm GM Lens Without Any Vignetting
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 2, 2019
I Had Doubts Purchasing This ND Filter For My 24-70mm G Master Lens. I Received It And Tried It Straight Away And Put It At 24mm Then Looked At My Sony Camera Screen And It Shows No Sign Of Vignetting, I Over Exposed To Make Sure No Black Fringing Or Alterations Was Going...See more
I Had Doubts Purchasing This ND Filter For My 24-70mm G Master Lens. I Received It And Tried It Straight Away And Put It At 24mm Then Looked At My Sony Camera Screen And It Shows No Sign Of Vignetting, I Over Exposed To Make Sure No Black Fringing Or Alterations Was Going On. Tiffen Has Redesigned It And Made The Outer Rotating Ring/Glass Larger which Helps Reduce Vignetting At Wide Angles. I Carried Out Tests On My Canon EOS 5D MKII With 2 Of My Canon Zoom Lenses Which Are EF 24-105mm Zoom L And EF 16-35mm Zoom L Still No Vignetting. Before My Purchase I Tried A Couple Of 82mm Step Up Rings Together To Simulate a Filter Being Fitted They Showed Signs Of Vignetting In The Corners On My Sony 24-70mm Lens. So Tiffen Done Some Resizing To Get Rid Of The Vignetting. I Hope This Information Helps Other Potential Buyers.
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Derrick
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good product but can be confusing at first use.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 17, 2019
At first I thought it was garbage and requested a refund. This is due to the filter turning continuously and it was hard to gauge what level was being applied. However if you look carefully all around the filter once you have applied it to your lense you''ll see a arrow on...See more
At first I thought it was garbage and requested a refund. This is due to the filter turning continuously and it was hard to gauge what level was being applied. However if you look carefully all around the filter once you have applied it to your lense you''ll see a arrow on the filter indicating the start point. So you increase and decrease the filter strength depending on the arrow. Arrow position will be determined on how much you twist filter onto lense. In my case the arrow was near the bottom of filter at first use this was hard to identify. This made me think the filter was not good until I used filter more and found the arrow position. Only negative thing I would say is they should make the arrow more visible once applied on lense. Most times the arrow appears near the bottom of filter.
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Eamonster
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Over-rated
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 25, 2015
I needed to get a pan of the sky with the sun in it. However, there was a horrible green flare when the sun was in the middle of the frame. That didn''t happen with the cheaper Polaroid ND variable filter. Just as well I brought it or it would''ve been a wasted day and a...See more
I needed to get a pan of the sky with the sun in it. However, there was a horrible green flare when the sun was in the middle of the frame. That didn''t happen with the cheaper Polaroid ND variable filter. Just as well I brought it or it would''ve been a wasted day and a waste of money. Also, when I stop up to the maximum setting there is an uneven distribution of light: the image is dark in the middle and bright at the sides. Again, that doesn''t happen with the cheaper Polaroid filter. Now I know the Polaroid isn''t great and lacks a bit of sharpness, but when it outperforms a filter that''s more than 4 times the price, I have to say I''m very disappointed. I also got in touch with Tiffen directly about the problem with shooting into the sun. A week later and still no reply. So if you get a good quality Tiffen filter, well and good and I''m glad you''re getting good usage out of it, but for others beware. Don''t be surprised if your Tiffen filter doesn''t perform as well as it should. I also get the impression there may be issues with quality control. Anyway, I''m returning mine and am going to go for the new improved Lightcraft MKII and see how I fare with that.
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Alex
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Tiffen Variable Nd - What a joy!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 21, 2014
Exceptional sharpness. Have tried the LCW variable nd 52 mm but softened the images so badly that they were practically unusable. Don''t waste your money and time buying the LCW like I had, make yourself a favour and go for Tiffen with trust, you won''t be disappointed. I am...See more
Exceptional sharpness. Have tried the LCW variable nd 52 mm but softened the images so badly that they were practically unusable. Don''t waste your money and time buying the LCW like I had, make yourself a favour and go for Tiffen with trust, you won''t be disappointed. I am using it in conjunction with an RX100 and MAG Filter adapter from Carryspeed. Tested during the weekend on the seaside to stop some water movement against the rocks and was totally blown away by the amount of detail and crispness of the images which are very good for post processing because of the amount of detail retained. The photos are sharp from close to the far distant horizon, they look as if they are made with a far more expensive camera. The quality of the filter is amazing, it feels strong as a tank and the ring is creamy smooth as the one from the front of the camera, a real pleasure of using it.
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Unique & Versatile.

The Tiffen Variable ND filter is a unique, versatile and flexible tool, affording you the convenience of using several Neutral Density filters all in one. Primarily used as a photographic tool for controlling depth of field and exposure, the Variable ND is being sought in the video market as well because it is fast, easy to use, small, lightweight, and does not require additional accessories such as a matte box.

A must-have in your camera bag!

The Tiffen Variable ND filter operates on the same principle as a Circular Polarizer – rotate until you reach your desired effect and shoot. It allows you to have continuous control over the amount of light coming through your lens in an approximate range of 2 (ND 0.6) to 8 (ND 2.4) stops – while maintaining the integrity of your image. Note: The evenly spaced indexing marks between MIN and MAX do not represent calibrated stops. They are for reference only, to be used as a density benchmark to return to a previous setting.

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Description

The Tiffen variable ND filter is a unique and flexible tool, affording you the convenience of using several neutral density filters in one Neutral density filters reduce the amount of light going through the lens into your camera. By reducing the light you are able to achieve the following: • Allows the use of slow shutter speeds, with high speed films or digital cameras, to record movement/image blur in subjects such as waterfalls, clouds or any fast moving subject • Gives you full control over your depth of field. You are able to decrease depth of field by using wider apertures, which helps separate subjects from their background (subject matter in focus while your background is blurred) • Allows you to shoot high speed film (above ISO 400) in bright outdoor situations by reducing effective ISO • Enables cine and video cameras (which have fixed shutter speeds) to film subjects such as snow, sand or other bright scenes which could cause overexposure Primarily used for controlling depth of field and exposure, the variable ND is easy to use, small, lightweight, and does not require additional accessories. Neutral density filters reduce the amount of light going through the lens into your camera. By reducing the light you are able to use of slow shutter speeds, with high speed films or digital cameras, to record movement/image blur in subjects such as waterfalls or any fast moving subject. It also gives you full control over your depth of field. The Tiffen variable ND filter operates on the same principle as a circular polarizer rotate until you reach your desired effect and shoot. It allows you to have continuous control over the amount of light coming through your lens in an approximate range of 2 (ND 0.6) to 8 (ND 2.4) stops while maintaining the integrity of your image. Box Contains 1 x Filter 1 x Instruction manual 1 x Filter pouch.

Features & details

Features

  • Provides 2 to 8 stops of light control
  • Thin profile ring: 9 millimeter
  • Wider outer optic to help reduce vignetting at wide angles
  • Made with high quality optical glass using Tiffen''s color core technology
  • Made in the USA

Product information 67mm , Variable ND Filter

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