Why do our tutors choose this product?
FGEARS® Variable ND Filter provides real-time change of ND level from 0.6 to 2.4 stops so to let you take long exposure photos on waterfalls, clouds or other creative topics under bright situation. With ND2-400 Variable ND Filter, you do not have to carry few pieces of ND Filters, one Variable ND Filter can get you there.
*** FGEARS Variable ND2-400 comes with 77mm and 82mm, Step-up Ring can be installed for other lens sizes. ***
USA FGEARS Variable ND2-400 Highlights
(1) Anti-oil and Water-repellent Coating
All of the FGEARS filters are equipped with water repellent coating so to keep your filters in the best quality. This coating is extremely useful when taking photos of waterfalls and seasides. Water splashed on the filter will become droplets and easily slide off which is crucial for ND filters.
(2) Anti-oil Coating
Fingerprints and oily stain always cause a problem to outdoor photographer. With anti-oil capability, finger print is hard to find on the filter surface in normal situation. After testing by our tutors, we find out that stains and fingerprints are easily being removed with Lenspen or FGEARS Professional Cleaning Cloth. As a result, frequent cleaning of the filter is not necessary.
(3) HD Nano Technology
FGEARS® Graduated Neutral Density Filter is made with HD nano technology to the image sharpness. You can get a clear photo even with a 500mm tele lens.
(4) Variable ND Levels ND2-8 stops
Variable ND Filter enables slow shutter speeds to be used under sunlight so to take photos with smooth movement such as waterfalls and clouds. Using Variable ND Filter allows you to adjust the density level linearly while the light keeps changing.
Will this Variable ND Filter appear a “Black Cross”?
The answer is NO if you are using it correctly. Remember to locate the “Min” and “Max” pointer before adjustment. Please make sure the small triangle does not go beyond the “Max” marking to deliver the best result. “Black Cross” may also appear in ultra wide lenses, you just have to reduce the density level or zoom in a bit.