FS: Singh-Ray 77mm (Thin Mount) Vari-ND Variable Neutral Density Filter

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steveashe Regular Member • Posts: 286
FS: Singh-Ray 77mm (Thin Mount) Vari-ND Variable Neutral Density Filter

Price: $179.00
Payment method: PayPal
Item condition: 10 Preowned equipment, but appears as new

Top shelf variable ND Filter. Comes in the lovely Singh-Ray padded pouch.

Cleaning out the closet....I'll have a few more 77mm filters up shortly.

Steve Ashe

Key Features
Controls Up to 8 Stops of Light
Good for Blurring Motion
Holds Optical Quality at All Settings
Fast and Easy to Use
More Flexible than Using Many ND Filters
Excellent for Selective Focus
Excellent for Macro
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The Singh-Ray 77mm (Thin Mount) Vari-ND Variable Neutral Density Filter - This neutral density filter gives you the capability to use fast film in bright sunlight. ND filters have several uses and offer the possibility to achieve otherwise unachievable results. They enable the shooter to adjust exposure without affecting color balance. ND filters reduce the amount of light reaching the film.
When used with a digital camera, you can effectively see how this filter works. After the initial exposure, you can check your LCD image and then make whatever change in exposure you feel you need to enhance your image. By rotating the ring, you can either increase or decrease the ND effect. This will be especially useful when trying to achieve "blurred" or "panned" shots.

The filter contains "index" points to help you mark your spot. They do not represent actual ND settings , i.e. non-calibrated - but are there to help you re-set your filter when you wish to recreate the effect.

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