When to use ND4? ND4 helps reduce the light hitting your camera sensor by two f-stops, perfect for the cloudy condition during early morning hours.
When to use ND8? Slow down the shutter speed by three f-stops in partially cloudy daylight conditions.
When to use ND16? Cuts light by four f-stops in average daylight to avoid the Jell-O effect.
When to use ND32? Cuts light by five f-stops for bright sunny daylight to create natural motion blur footage.
When to use ND64? Reduce light by six f-stops for use in bright, sunny daylight conditions.
When to use ND1000? Cuts light by ten f-stops, creating mesmerizing milky-long exposure.
Optics: Crafted from prestigious German optics, it features a multi-layered coating process that makes it resistant to scratches, water, dust, and oil, ensuring exceptional image quality. This premium construction gives users a top-of-the-line experience, enabling them to capture stunning images easily.