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Hoya Variable Density II Filters


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Hoya Variable Density II Filters

Hoya Variable Density II Filters
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Hoya 52mm VARIABLE DENSITY II
Product Code: 0090
Barcode/EAN: 024066069870
€134.99
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Hoya 55mm VARIABLE DENSITY II
Product Code: 0091
Barcode/EAN: 024066069887
€149.99
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Hoya 58mm VARIABLE DENSITY II
Product Code: 0092
Barcode/EAN: 024066069894
€164.99
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Hoya 62mm VARIABLE DENSITY II
Product Code: 0093
Barcode/EAN: 024066069900
€179.99
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Hoya 67mm VARIABLE DENSITY II
Product Code: 0094
Barcode/EAN: 024066069917
€194.99
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Hoya 72mm VARIABLE DENSITY II
Product Code: 0095
Barcode/EAN: 024066069924
€209.99
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Hoya 77mm VARIABLE DENSITY II
Product Code: 0096
Barcode/EAN: 024066069931
€224.99
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Hoya 82mm VARIABLE DENSITY II
Product Code: 0097
Barcode/EAN: 024066069948
€249.99
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The Hoya Variable Density II filter provides a convenient way to maintain exposure control by being able to vary the amount of light entering the camera by 1.5 to 9 stops (ND3-ND400). The precision built-in double ring design with special knob allows the outer ring rotates to control amount of neutral density effect anywhere within the 1.5 – 9 stop range.  Hoya Variable Density II replaces a whole set of neutral density filters from ND3 to ND400.

ADVANTAGES:

- For longer exposures - without changing the aperture, the filter provides the freedom to change the shutter speed according the effect desired.

- For wider apertures - allows wider apertures in over-lit conditions be used to decrease depth-of-field, literally focusing more attention on the subject.

- Preventing overexposure - even with a shutter speed of 1/8000 seconds, a large aperture of f/1.4 or f/1.2 can cause overexposure. With the variable density filter, overexposure issues can be avoided by adjusting the light intake.

- For shooting video in cinematic look - variable density filter is a must-have item for video bloggers and professional video content creators. Allow cine/video cameras to set the appropriate exposures in a bright lighting conditions to achieve cinematic look.

The HOYA Variable Density filter uses high-quality optical glass from Hoya Corporation.