HOW IT HELPS
When using a standard neutral density (ND) filter you are actually filtering visible spectrum & not the infrared light, So you start to see a red/brown, So way to solve this is using IR ND. Freewell IR ND filter combines an ND filter with a comparable IR control filter to eliminate the spill of infrared light reaching the sensor while still maintaining the extra exposure benefits of a neutral density filter.
The Inspire 2 X4S IR ND Filter 5-Pack from Freewell is ideal for getting clear images by cutting infrared light from falling on the sensor. The ND filters are useful for creating a natural blur motion while filming a moving object or while in motion.
The innovative combination of an IR (infrared) and ND (neutral density) filter from Freewell helps you to get crystal-clear images in various daytime lighting conditions. These filters are developed with high-end optical glass which has a multilayered coating on both sides for giving super-fine images.
The Inspire 2 X4S IR ND Filter 5-Pack from Freewell has:
- IR ND4 (5 Grams) – This filter cuts light by 2 f-stops and is ideal for a cloudy day. This filter helps to make the images sharp and clearer.
- IR ND8 (5 Grams) – This filter is designed to cut light entering the lens by 3 f-stops and is meant for use in partly cloudy conditions. It removes haze and gives clear pictures.
- IR ND16 (5 Grams) – This filter is made to cut light by 4 f-stops which makes it suitable for use in normal sunny conditions, such as in the afternoon.
- IR ND32 (5 Grams) – This filter helps to cut light by 5 f-stops so you get crystal-clear images in bright sunny conditions, especially in summer and winter where the sunlight seems excessively sharp.
- IR ND64 (5 Grams) – This filter effectively cuts light entering the lens by 6 f-stops which makes it best-suited for use while shooting in excessively bright conditions, such as that seen during winters when the sun is out or near water bodies in the afternoon.
The Inspire 2 X4S IR ND Filter 5-Pack from Freewell is best-suited to not only get rid of the artificial ‘Jello’ effect normally seen while filming on the move but also to get crisp images by decreasing the IR light from entering the lens and damaging the image quality.