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Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm

Modelo: SKU0127

Avaliação geral 4.6   149
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
5
Well, didn't expect it to work but yea, this nd filter works with a 67mm from the Sirui Anamophic 50mm lens. and it helps a lot when outdoor. I didn't see some color shift or vineating but that's from first initial test, will be trying it more tomorrow and will update this.Update, love it so much I ordered another one :)
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/06/11 00:00:00
5
This thing is a must have for anyone shooting in bright light.
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/05/29 00:00:00
4
This immediately became a necessity for outdoor shots. One thing I have found though is that if you accidentally twist it past "MAX" when trying to set the filter density, you may wind up having the filter run a black shadow through the centre of your image. Just steer clear of "max" and you'll get great outdoor shots.
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/05/26 00:00:00
5
Product as described, would recommend more for those who do more outdoor shoots
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/05/25 00:00:00
4
Great but not professional
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/03/22 00:00:00
5
good lens and picture quality for the buck
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/03/19 00:00:00
3
fait un X lors de la prise de vue
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/03/13 00:00:00
5
Solid, great quality for the price. Perfect for balancing light on blinding days with off camera flash
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/03/08 00:00:00
5
Great product
Filtro ND2-ND400 Variável (1 a 8 2⁄3 stops), diâmetro 67mm
2020/03/07 00:00:00
5
Works as expected, a much more affordable option in the market.I have not tried the darker ends of the ND spectrum (which I would also advise against regardless) to see if it causes any image degradation.It has worked well so far.