B+W 77mm ND 3.0-1,000X with Single Coating (110)
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- This filter uses our standard B+W F-Pro filter mount, which has a front accessory thread and is made of brass.
- Truly Neutral Gray design
- Manufactured from Water-White Schott Glass
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|Package Height||0.7 x 3.7 x 3.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.15 pounds|
With a light intensity reduction of ten f-stops, this B+W Neutral Density Filter has a slightly stronger warm tone than the ND 106. Its principal field of application is the observation and documentation of industrial processes with extreme brightness, such as steel furnaces, incinerators, glowing filaments in halogen- and other bulbs. The filter factor is 1000x.
Top Customer Reviews
Never include a photo in a review so I may be doing it wrong but this is a picture I took a few month ago using this filter.
You absolutely have to close the eyecup peice that you look into before an exposure. At night this is not as needed. In the day 30 seconds is A LOT of light! Light will enter the eyepiece and reflect down into the sensor. It will then come out of the lens and be reflected straight back yet again to the sensor. This making a purple hue across a large portion of the photo. If you do not believe me shine a flashlight I to your cameras eyepiece and watch what happens during an exposure. Filter or not.
And second. This filter is made to make daylight turn to night. So common sense would tell you that you cannot see past the filter when attached to your lens.
I successfully shoot 30 sec at f8 and ISO 50 during a cloudless bright day. I read that someone's 5dmk3 could not focus when this lens was attached and I have to say my nikon d800 focuses perfectly and effortlessly with this filter attached!
So please fellow photo friends! Don't be noobs! Cover those eyepieces! This filter is absolutely amazing!
This is a well made CREATIVE ten stop filter..... you can tell by picking it up.
One downside is that the filter vignettes on some lenses, due to its fairly broad rim. Again, see image. Can be fixed by cropping the image, but needs to be considered on framing the shot.
This filter has been well worth the cost so far. I have previously tried the incredibly cheap, stackable square ND filers for long exposures as well as the cheap variable ND filters. Both were not worth the cost, or even the effort to use them even if they had been free. The Plastic filters added such a color cast to the photos, I could never get all the purple out. And the variable ND always left weird dark and light spots on the image where the polarizers didn't line up exactly.
But this one has had none of those issues! Yes, it does have a slight warm color cast, but it is not noticeable without a before / after shot to compare. It is also easily correctable by adjusting white balance. (took me 1 click in Lightroom)
On my last trip it easily took a mid-day beach scene that required a shutter speed of 1/1000 of a sec and stretched it to 1 or 2 seconds. Some iso and aperture adjustments and i was easily able to expose for 10 seconds at noon at the beach in sunny southern California.
It also held up well when i dropped it in the dirt accidentally. a little bit of air from the blower and a soft cloth and it shows no ill effects.
I am quite pleased with it, and think it is well worth the $60 if you need a very dark ND filter.
Is it as good as a LEE or other pro ND filter? No.
Does it cost as much as a LEE filter? Nope!
Does it get the job done and make some respectable photos? You bet!