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Resin Craft 72mm Neutral Density ND2 Camera Lens Filter

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If you are looking for Neutral Density Camera Lens Filter, this Neutral Density 72mm lens Filter is a perfect choice! Camera Filter can protect your camera without affecting overall color balance. Neutral density 72mm Lens Filter has several uses and offer the possibility of achieving otherwise impossible results. Camera Lens Filter appears gray and reduce the amount of light reaching the film. This ND Camera Lens Filter also does not have an effect on color balance. This 72mm Lens Filter can decrease the effective ISO of high-speed film and allow it to be used outdoors in bright situations.This 72mm Lens Filter can eliminate reflections on the glass or the water surface. This Camera Lens Filter can remove unwanted reflections from non-metallic surfaces such as water or glass.
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    • This Camera Filter enables slow shutter speeds to be used, especially with high-speed films, allowing film to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls, clouds, or cars
    • This 72mm lens Filter can decrease depth of field by allowing wider apertures to be used, in turn helping to separate subjects from their background
    • Camera Lens Filter can decrease the effective ISO of high-speed film and allow it to be used outdoors in bright situations
    • To allow picture and video cameras (which have fixed shutter speeds) to film subjects such as snow, sand or other bright scenes that can cause overexposure
    • This Camera Lens Filter can fit for SLR camera / digital camera / camcorder DV with a 72mm diameter lens
    • Grade: ND2
    • Material: Alloy & Resin
    • Size: 72mm / 2.8in(Dia.)

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    Resin Craft 72mm Neutral Density ND2 Camera Lens Filter

    • This ND 72mm Camera Lens Filter has appeared gray and reduces the amount of light reaching the film

    Camera Lens Filter

    • This 72mm Camera Lens Filter Fits for SLR camera / digital camera / camcorder DV with a 72mm diameter lens

    72mm Lens Filter

    Camera Filte

    • This 72mm lens Filter can decrease depth of field by allowing wider apertures to be used, in turn helping to separate subjects from their background

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    Resin Craft 72mm Neutral Density ND2 Camera Lens Filter

    How to Choose a Camera Lens Filter

    Filters applied to your camera lens serve two main functions. First and foremost, they provide a protective barrier between your lens and the rest of the world. If the camera is ever dropped, the filter will take the brunt of the fall, often saving your valuable lens. Filters are also used for creative purposes in photography. They can alter the look of an image, assist in exposure and even help you photograph small objects close up.

     Camera Lens Filter

    • Determine what size of filter you will need. Look at the barrel of the lens which will have the filter attached. Look for a circle symbol with a line through it. This is the symbol that represents filter size. After the symbol will be a number. For example, 52mm after the symbol means you need to purchase a size 52mm filter.
    • Shop for camera lens filters. Purchase filters at a local photography retailer, online or by mail order from photography magazine ads. Browse the variety of filters available, and determine which ones best suit your photography needs.
    • Select a polarizing filter when photographing reflective objects. Choose a polarizing filter to help darken sky and saturate the color in your photos. They also help reduce glare on the surface of water or on glass display cases.
    • Choose a sky or UV haze filter as a multipurpose filter. Choose this option to reduce haze viewed in long-distance photographs. If you are traveling and taking scenic photographs of landscape a long distance away, choose a sky or UV haze filter to help clarify the image. Select a sky or UV haze filter for general lens protection. It is best to always have a filter applied to your lens.
    • Select black and white or sepia-toned filters to alter the look of your pictures. Shooting through these types of filters will change your photos from color to black and white or to a sepia brown tone. Once they are shot with these types of filters, you cannot go back to a color photo.
    • Choose soft focus filters for a warm, diffused look. Soft focus filters are often used when photographing women, people with wrinkles or babies. Use a soft focus filter to also smooth out patchy skin tones and mild acne. These filters are also used in wedding portraits and senior portraits of females.
    • Select magnifying filters for macro photography. Using these filters will allow you to take close-up pictures of small items. You can stack these types of filters to enhance the magnification.

    How to Use a Polarizing Filter With a Camera Lens

    Light travels in waves. When light strikes an object it is modified by the object. Light is absorbed by dark objects and reflected by objects like water, glass or rocks. To eliminate unwanted reflections in specular highlights, photographers use a filter on their camera lenses called a polarizing filter. This filter will allow you to control unwanted reflections from glass or water in your photographs. It can also be used to deepen the color of the sky or increase the differences between a cloud and the sky. It will remove glare from most views, but will have little impact on metal objects, which reflect mostly non-polarized light. The following are ways to use a polarizing filter with your camera lens.

    72mm Lens Filter

    • Screw the filter on to the front of the camera lens as you would any filter. You will notice this filter is different than most filters. It has an adjustment rim on the front of the filter. View your subject through the camera. In single lens reflect cameras you will be able to see the changes in the view finder immediately.
    • Take a number of exposures adjusting the filter between each exposure. This will allow you to view prints or see screen images to determine the impact of the filter.
    • Notice the change in sky and the appearance of the rocks. Try taking pictures through a window and use the filter to minimize the glass reflections.

    Tips & Warnings

    • Use the filter for scenes with a lot of sky or water. Observe the changes as you turn the filter.
    • You can do a lot of things in Photoshop, but removing unwanted reflections is difficult.
    • It is definitely worth having this inexpensive tool in your camera bag.
    • You can use a polarizing film with a non SLR camera, but you will only be able to see the changes in your exposures, not through the viewfinder.

    Package Included:

    • 1 x Resin Craft 72mm Neutral Density ND2 Camera Lens Filter

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Pen Pundit

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06-18-2011
14:22:58 06-18-2011 Good quality and value for money Overall:  
  • Pros: As stated, it does what it says it will do. Proves you do not need to pay through the nose to get decent quality products.
  • Cons: None
  • Other Thoughts: As stated, it does what it says it will do. Proves you do not need to pay through the nose to get decent quality products.

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Gabe Kwakyi

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02-15-2011
00:00:00 02-15-2011 Got what I asked for Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: not a cheap imitation, although this item is made in China. It does the job! Good price and shipped fast.

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Ong Seong

Bought this item on

01-26-2011
00:00:00 01-26-2011 Does the job Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Living in Northern Michigan we don't get many clear nights and when we do unfortunatley we deal with a lot of humidity.

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Heather Burcham

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12-14-2010
00:00:00 12-14-2010 Great Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I bought this filter to use on my Celestron Nexstar 8 SE. It works fantastic.

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Nick Nelson

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12-03-2010
00:00:00 12-03-2010 Fairly Good Service Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: Everything as excellent. Only drawback was that the item was backorderd which delayed about a week

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Andrew Miller

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11-23-2010
00:00:00 11-23-2010 light weight Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: It does work very well though. Only ding is they should have added a box to store it in. I mean, come on! Make something that is rather fragile and then not provide a cheap 'Made in China' box to protect it? The eyepiece kits come in a tank of a box with cut foam and the works and this comes with a plastic bag and a cardboard box.

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Bruce Hart

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11-18-2010
00:00:00 11-18-2010 It's light weight alright Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: It's a thin plastic film mounted in a ring like the cover for the main optics.

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Kandi Koltz

Bought this item on

11-16-2010
00:00:00 11-16-2010 Didn't go blind Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: I'm an amateur star gazer. I've always wanted to look at the sun without going blind. This works. I could make out the basics on the sun and I've been able to capture a few good images of what I think are spots. It is easy to place on the telescope. It seems flimsy because of the foil like lense, however, I have had no problems with it (I'm careful with all my gear).

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David Stough

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11-15-2010
00:00:00 11-15-2010 Great price Lens Filter Overall:  
  • Other Thoughts: A really nice and cheap solar filter. Its light weight and provides adequet protection. Does all that the discription says! Being light weight, its easy to carry around. The fit is snug.

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