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Filtro ND2-ND32 Nano-X Variável (1 a 5 stops), diâmetro 77mm

4.6 59 comentários Modelo:KF01.1063
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  • Compre K&F Concept filtro nd2-nd32 nano-x variável (1 a 5 stops), diâmetro 77mm online, frete grátis e garantia de devolução de 30 dias.
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Filtro ND2-ND32 Nano-X Variável (1 a 5 stops), diâmetro 77mm
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  • • Feito de vidros óticos, reduz a entrada de luz em até 5 pontos, sem afetar o equilíbrio geral das cores.
  • • Tecnologia de Nano revestimento, impermeável, anti-reflexo, resistente a riscos e arranhões, óleo e impressão digital.
  • • Não provoca o efeito "X" nas fotos
  • • Design ultra fino evita vinhetas com lente grande angular. Estrutura de alumínio de aviação, extra resistente, garantindo durabilidade e prevenção contra interferência.
Frequently Bought Together
ND FILTER
Reduz a quantidade de luz que entra na lente, diminuindo assim a velocidade do obturador da câmera. Útil para situações em que o desfoque de movimento precisa ser criado (rios, cachoeiras, pessoas em movimento) ou grandes aberturas deve ser usado com flash para evitar a superexposição.
Sem filtro ND
Use o contraste
Com filtro nd
Sem filtro ND
Com filtro nd
Permite que velocidades lentas do obturador sejam usadas para registrar o movimento em assuntos como quedas d'água, proporcionando um efeito suave e sedoso ao fluxo de água.
Sem filtro ND
Com filtro nd
Sem filtro ND
Com filtro nd
NÃO ND
ND8
ND64
ND1000
Sem filtro
ND2
ND4
ND8
ND16
ND32
Camada múltipla Revestimento nanométrico
Redução da reflexão
Resistente a riscos
Revestimento Nanométrico
Permite que velocidades lentas do obturador sejam usadas para registrar o movimento em assuntos como quedas d'água, proporcionando um efeito suave e sedoso ao fluxo de água.
NDnumber Densidade ótica redução de f-stop Transmitância fracionária
  0 0 100% 1
ND2 0,3 1 50% 0,5
ND4 0,6 2 25% 0,25
ND8 0,9 3 12,50% 0,125
ND16 1,2 4 6,25% 0,0625
ND32 1,50 5 3,13% 0,03125
ND64 1,8 6 1,56% 0,015625
ND100 2 6 23 1% 0,01
ND128 2,1 7 0,78% 0,0078125
ND256 2,4 8 0,39% 0,00390625
ND400 2,6 8 23 0,25% 0,0025
ND512 2,7 9 0,20% 0,001953125
ND1024 / ND1000 3 10 0,10% 0,001
ND2048 3.3 11 0,05% 0,000488281
ND4096 3,6 12 0,02% 0,000244141
ND6310 3,8 12 23 0,02% 0,000158489
ND8192 3,9 13 0,01% 0,00012207
ND10000 4 13 13 0,01% 0,0001
ND100000 5 16 23 0,00% 0,00001
Avaliação geral   4.6   
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2020/09/28 00:00:00
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Use this
This is a must have item in your camera bag and for a fraction of the cost of other brands of Variable ND filters.So far I have tested it with several lenses and 3 different cameras using step down rings in low light and bright mid day light from the lowers ND2 all the way up to DN32 and so far have not seen any X pattern. A huge issue with many a variable ND filter, even with the really expensive ones.Color cast is insignificant too, but like ALL lower end ND filters there will be a color cast, hell even a $500 one will have some kind of color cast, again at a fraction of the cost to have a barely noticeable color cast, or at least one that can't be easily corrected in LRThe only real issue with this is if you are using the filter with the same thread size as your lens the vignetting is a little bad at both extremes, unless you zoom in with your lens. SO I bought the 77mm one for my old Canon 24-105 that has a 77mm thread on a full framed camera, and at the extremes of the ND filter and when my lens is at it's wider focal lengths the vignette is somewhat an issue, again a vignette is still easier to work with than the dreaded X pattern.Now adays I am shooting with Sony mirrorless and every lens I shoot with on my full framed camera is less than 77mm threading and the vignetting is no longer an issue at any range of the filter and at any focal length of the lens and I have been shooting the dang thing A LOT with my Sony.Crop sensor cameras should not have the vignetting issues with this filter.Above are some of the photos I have taken with the filter including my Canon 5D series and my Sony A7R series. The first 3 are of my Canon and the second 3 are my Sony
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2019/05/09 00:00:00
5
Works Great With iPhone, Moment Wide and case - no X - on Snoppa Atom.
 I tried several of these type of variable filters. All exhibited horrible image artifacts, making the footage unusable on wider lenses. There are several VERY expensive ones promising no artifacts. They all have limited range, just like the K&F Concept Fader ND. This one really works. For the higher range, some make you buy another $300+ fader, which I believe consists of one ND polarizer and another clear one. I am cheap, so I put another MRC coated ND, to extend the range. It works great as far as I can tell. I don't have to drag (and field change) multiple ND filters.As far as the size goes, unfortunately, the iPhone image stabilization cause very bad vignetting with the wide lens, so I had to use large diameter fader. I could balance it all on the Snoppa Atom with minimum of counterweights.
Works Great With iPhone, Moment Wide and case - no X - on Snoppa Atom. Works Great With iPhone, Moment Wide and case - no X - on Snoppa Atom.
2019/02/27 00:00:00
5
No 'X' problem anymore
At time of this review I have had the filter for roughly 4 days.Easily my favorite attribute about this filter is the lack of 'X' problems with photos. With many variable neutral density filters you can spin the filter too far and create an 'X' unintentionally. K&F have solved this issue by only allowing the filter to twist to a certain spot so the use will not accidentally ruin any photos. The filter feels very rugged and sturdy. The portion of the filter that does not spin has grooves on it to easily hold on and twist the outer ring. Great product so far.
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2020/08/28 00:00:00
4
Very, very difficult to screw on, but great filter!
I find that the picture quality is awesome, but for some reason, this filter is SUPER DIFFICULT to screw onto any of my lenses or step-up rings. It's the right size and after struggling for up to a couple of minutes to line up the threads perfectly to screw the darned thing on. Once it starts going on (I've confirmed that I'm not cross-threading it) it's super tight. Idk if I got a dud, but it's crazy how difficult it is to screw on and that's incredibly frustrating in the moment! It'll never fall off from twisting the adjustment ring, on the bright side.
2020/08/28 00:00:00
5
Great for the price
For a filter that is used rarely, I love the fact that it didn't break the bank. I use this for outdoor portraits with a strobe of course and this filter. Gives me many options to open up my aperture wide and keep my shutter speed below 1/250 sec. with a strobe. Nice warm and smooth images. Used on a NIKON D3S 77mm fit to my 70-200mm lens. Good purchase and very happy with it.
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Image Lens Filter Size (mm)
135mm F2.0 ED UMC 135mm F2.0 ED UMC 77
3M-5A-MC 500mm f/ 8 3M-5A-MC 500mm f/ 8 77
3M-5A-MC 500mm f/ 8 3M-5A-MC 500mm f/ 8 77
Angenieux 28-70mm f/ 2.6 Angenieux 28-70mm f/ 2.6 77
Bower 24mm f/ 1.4 Bower 24mm f/ 1.4 77
Canon EF 100-400mm f/ 4.5-5.6 L IS II USM Canon EF 100-400mm f/ 4.5-5.6 L IS II USM 77
Canon EF 100-400mm f/ 4.5-5.6 L IS USM Canon EF 100-400mm f/ 4.5-5.6 L IS USM 77
Canon EF 16-35mm f/ 2.8 L USM Canon EF 16-35mm f/ 2.8 L USM 77
Canon EF 16-35mm f/ 4 L IS USM Canon EF 16-35mm f/ 4 L IS USM 77
Canon EF 17-35mm f/ 2.8 L USM Canon EF 17-35mm f/ 2.8 L USM 77