GODOX Resin Craft 55mm Neutral Density ND8 Camera Lens Filter

  • Unit Type: piece
  • Package Weight: 0.085kg (0.19lb.)
  • Package Size: 12cm x 8cm x 1cm (4.72in x 3.15in x 0.39in)

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P rofessional design and easy application camera lens filter! Apply this alloy structure camera lens filter in your outdoor photography! Make your photograph looks more beautiful! No any professional knowledge of photography! Try this ND8 55mm cameras filter! Camera lens filter still have many uses in digital photography, and should be an important part of any photographer\'s camera bag. The ND8 55mm digital cameras filters reduce the light passing through the lens without affecting the color best suited for conditions of extreme light intensity - such as sunshine on snowy mountains or on the beach Allows for slower shutter speeds when blurring or showering of movement is desired Allows balancing of exposure to highlight a key subject reduces light transmission.
Specifications: The camera lens filter enables slow shutter speeds to be used, especially with high-speed films, allowing film to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls, clouds, or cars The digital cameras filters decrease depth of field by allowing wider apertures to be used, in turn helping to separate subjects from their background This cameras filter help decrease the effective ISO of high-speed film and allow it to be used outdoors in bright situations To allow picture and video cameras (which have fixed shutter speeds) to film subjects such as snow, sand or other bright scenes that can cause overexposure Fit for SLR camera / digital camera / camcorder DV with a 55mm diameter lens Grade: ND8 Material: Alloy & Resin Size: 55mm / 2.2in(Dia.)
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ND filters appear gray and reduce the amount of light reaching the film This cameras filter is great for outdoor photography application, bring some touch to your photography and protect your lens A really essential accessary for your camera Alloy structure of the camera lens filter more durable for outdoor application and protect your lens from scratch Fit for SLR camera / digital camera / camcorder DV with a 55mm diameter lens Professional design and easy application camera lens filter With single movement-screw it at front of your camera\'s lens and make your photograph looks more professional and sophisticated
What\'s the Camera Lens Filters: Camera lens filters still have many uses in digital photography, and should be an important part of any photographer\'s camera bag. These can include polarizing filters to reduce glare and improve saturation, or simple UV/haze filters to provide extra protection for the front of your lens
Lens Filter Type: The most commonly used filters for digital photography include polarizing (linear/circular), UV/haze, neutral density, graduated neutral density and warming/cooling or color filters Example uses for each are listed below:
Filter Type
Primary Use
Common Subject Matter
Linear & Circular Polarizers
Reduce Glare Improve Saturation
Sky / Water / Foliage in Landscape Photography
Neutral Density (ND)
Extend Exposure Time
Waterfalls, Rivers
under bright light
Graduated Neutral Density (GND)
Control Strong Light Gradients Reduce Vignetting
Dramatically Lit Landscapes
UV / Haze
Improve Clarity with Film Provide Lens Protection
Any
Warming / Cooling
Change White Balance
Landscapes, Underwater, Special Lighting
UV Filters - Absorb ultraviolet rays and cuts through far-off atmospheric haze. UV filters also serve as protection for your lens, so it is recommended that you keep them on at all times. UV filters have no drastic image enhancing effect, other than cutting through haze. Sky Filters - Reduce blushiness in outdoor shots, especially in shade under a clear sky. Another function of sky filters is that they keep skin tones free of reflections from near objects (such as trees) Polarizers - Polarizers come in two varieties, Circular Polarizers (CPL) or Linear Polarizers (PL). Generally, linear polarizers are best for manual focus cameras, and circular polarizers are best for autofocus. The reason for this is that with a linear polarizer, many autofocus and metering systems have problems focusing or metering light. When light rays reflect off of a surface, they become polarized. Polarizing filters allow you to basically select which of these light rays you want to allow to pass through. Polarizing filters allow you to remove reflections from any non-metallic surface, such as glass, water, granite countertops, etc. They also increase clarity and vibrance of colors, and drastically improve the appearance of a blue sky. By increasing the contrast between the sky and clouds, and darkening the blue of the sky, they make for some very vivid sky shots Differences in sky tones and contrast when using a polarizing filter. Left is without a filter, right is with a polarizer Reflection reducing effect that a polarizer has on water. Left side is minimal effect (selected by rotating the polarizer), and the right side is maximum effect Neutral Density Filters - Neutral Density (ND) filters are commonly ignored by photographers, but actually have several uses and can help you achieve otherwise unobtainable effects. ND filters work by creating a reduction in light that is neutral amd equal for the sensor area. Some of the uses for ND filters are to decrease depth of field, effectively allowing larger apertures to be used, allowing better seperation of subject and background. They also allow slower shutter speeds (which would normally cause over-exposure) to be used to record movement in subjects such as moving cars, waterfalls, etc. Graduated Neutral Density (GND) filters are neutran density filters which vary the effect with a gradient, which can be helpful when the differences between the highlights and shadows in a scene are too great to be able to properly expose both. ND-2 filters will absorb 1 f-stop of light, ND4 will absorb 2 f-stops, and ND-8 will absorb 3 f-stops Comparison showing the effects of both ND4 and ND8 filters on higher exposure and larger aperture Star Filters - Star filters, also known as cross screen filters, create a star pattern with lines that radiate from very bright objects, such as lights or reflections of the sun. The number of stars which a filter produces as well as the number of points each star has, varies depending on the filter. Most star filters will be marked as \'8 point\', \'6 point\', \'4 point\', etc. which denotes the number of points each star has Comparison between Tiffen star filters IR Filters - Infrared filters allow only infrared light to pass through, blocking all visible light Intensifying Filters - Filters which intensify one particular color. May be used to make the sky or grass more vibrant, etc Diffusion Filters - Diffusion filters give a very \'soft\' feel to shots, great for portrait work, in which they are very good at hiding blemishes and uneven surfaces Duto Filters - Duto filters work somewhat like diffusion filters, but leave the center of the image very sharp while giving the edges a soft feel. Great for portrait work and professional photography Portrait Filters - Portrait filters reduce yellows and oranges but enhance pinks, making skin tones more vivid and clear Fluorescent Filters - Fluorescent (FL) filters correct the greenish-yellow tone that fluorescent lighting gives off

  • Model Number: ND8
  • Type: ND8
  • Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
  • is_customized: Yes

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