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Fader ND MK II
variable neutral density filter ND2-ND400
This is the 2012 reengineered version. With upgraded glass material, the reengineered version deliver a sharper version.
ND4 to ND400 … approximately 2 to 8 stops of added density.
The original Fader ND is the signature design of L.C.W. and what has made us famous.
It is the most popular item for filmmakers to control exposure during video shooting to provide a smooth adjustment of exposure, and comes highly recommended by many different professional Directors of Photography.
The Fader ND provides a variable added density to suit different situations, to create a slow motion picture, or for use as large aperture under bright light. ND4 to ND400, approximately 2 to 8 stops of added density.
To avoid vignetting, we use a one stop larger front glass. For example a 72mm Fader ND equips with a 72mm back thread that attaches to the camera lens, and a 77mm front glass filter/thread. This also adds to its versatility as additional filters can be attached with no need for step rings.
For best results, suggested use is under 200mm focal length as image quality may drop when used beyond this length.
Len cap is not included
Photo by Taiwan Sole Distributor Belight Digital
Available in following size:
Polish Photographer Lukasz Piech shows how to control lighting with the fader nd filters.
"All my photos from trip to Rajasthan were done using 600Ws flash and 77 and 72mm LCW ND filters utilized to the max, since the sun in India in May can be pretty bright and without your filters I could not sync my flash properly. So basically your product made my photo journey possible!! " said Lukaz Piech.
Photographed by Lukasz Piech
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