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COKIN P154 GREY ND 8X

Web Code: 095MIN269  •  Mfr Code: NEUTRALDENSITY
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Only $39.99 CAD
COKIN P154 GREY ND 8X is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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  • For use in bright light, high-sensitivity emulsions (400 ISO and over) must be used at high speeds and small apertures. Without altering colours, COKIN Neutral Density Filters will allow you to gain the 1, 2, or 3 apertures you need to allow you to lay with backgrounds, distance and depth of field. Neutral Density Filters allow you to use the low speeds you need to give an impression of motion. This filter corresponds to a loss of light equivalent to three stops.
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  • For use in bright light, high-sensitivity emulsions (400 ISO and over) must be used at high speeds and small apertures. Without altering colours, COKIN Neutral Density Filters will allow you to gain the 1, 2, or 3 apertures you need to allow you to lay with backgrounds, distance and depth of field. Neutral Density Filters allow you to use the low speeds you need to give an impression of motion. This filter corresponds to a loss of light equivalent to three stops.
 
  Filter Shape: Square Filter Type: Neutral Density Square Size: 84x84mm  
 
Rated 1 out of 5 by from disappointing kit "BR redesigned this kit for some strange reason, eliminating the very thing that made the tether strap useful - BUCKLES. The buckles this system used to have were the kind that clip and unclip and were located on the tether strap, somewhere in the middle. You could therefore unclip and detach the camera easily from the system without having to struggle with the current keychain-like rings that attach the tether strap to the lugs on your camera body. Instead of paying $40, it's cheaper to buy a used, regular strap, cut of the ends and devise your own tether strap, if you're willing to accept the fact that the tether is rather permanent. I bought my used strap for $5.00 and sent this silly kit back to a store in the U.S., which advertised the earlier kit with buckles, but sent me this one instead. Don't waste your money."
Date published: 2014-06-09
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