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Phottix CPL-MC (Circular Polarizer, Multi-Coated) Slim FIlter
The Phottix CPL-MC Circular Polarizing Multi-coated Slim Filter is an indispensable addition to your photography gear. Using the highest quality of German optics, the multi-coated C-PL filter is great for removing reflections from non-metallic surfaces (glass and water) in your photos, and improving color saturation, clarity and contrast.
C-PL filters are most commonly used to increase the saturation and contrast in images of blue skies and clouds. This filter has been optimized for use with Digital SLR cameras.
This filter is available in the following sizes:
Phottix Ultra Slim 1mm UV Filter
Phottix Ultra Slim UV Filters absorb ultraviolet rays and help provide clear, sharp photographs with less environmental haze while protecting your lens.
A super-thin 1 mm, Phottix Ultra Slim UV Filters are built to exacting specifications using German glass. These filters feature light transmission rates of 95%.
The Phottix Ultra Slim UV filter is multi-purpose, recommended as a permanent lens protector, and is good for color or black and white photos.
The Phottix Ultra Slim UV filter is availble in 52, 55, 58, 62, 67, 72 and 77mm sizes.
Phottix VND-MC Variable Density Filter
Cut the light reaching your sensor by 2-8 stops. The Phottix VND-MC Variable ND Filter screws on like a regular lens filter and is completely adjustable. Do away with static ND filters and change density as the environment changes.
Focusing is much easier with a VND then with a tradition ND filter. Turn the ND down to focus, turn it back up to take the shot – much easier than taking a filter out of the holder and adding it back again.
These filters have 12 layers of multi-coating (6+6) for clearer images with less haze. Available in 49, 52, 55, 58, 62, 67, 72, 77, 82mm sizes.
How can a VND filter be used?
-Variable 2-8 stops of variable density
-Reduce brightness without affecting color or depth of field
-Enable slower shutter speeds to cause blurring effect in water, clouds or cars.
-Decrease depth of field by allowing large apertures to be used while keeping shutter speeds lower.
-For DSLR Video: Help optimize your shutter speed – keeping it double your FPS rate.
-When using film: Decrease the sensitivity of high speed ISO films in bright outdoor conditions.