Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital ND4 Filter

See our Hoya shop for full range of Hoya products.
In Stock
Stock Info: Item IN1762 Available for Next Day Delivery
(Postage Info)
Reserve for Collection @ Store
Manufacturer Code: IN1762
024066040244 UPC : 024066040244
Brand:  Hoya
RRP: 33.0024.00Inc VAT 20%You Save:  9.00
Place Offer
Hoya
Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital ND4 Filter
For wider apertures or longer exposures
This ND4 filter reduce the amount of light entering the lens so wider apertures can be selected, which is perfect for portraiture to reduce depth of field. Subject appears crisp and clear while the background becomes a soft blur. Also widely used for photographs of waterfalls and other nature scenes to emphasize movement. It is specifically designed for digital cameras with multi coatings and black rimmed and low profile construction.

Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital ND4 Filter

Features - Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital ND4 Filter

Recommend for high speed films, to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls, clouds, or cars.

Reduces flare and ghosting.
Multi coated for maximum light transmission.
Easy attachment and removal.
Equipped with a straight knurling edge for non slip.

Help avoid vignetting on super wide angle lenses.

Black Aluminium Filter Ring.

To decrease depth of field by allowing wider apertures to be used.

No affect on colour balance.

Specification - Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital ND4 Filter

Type Neutral Density
Size 58 mm x 3 mm thick
Filter Factor Reduces ISO 1/4
Multi-Coated Digital Multi-Coated
Grade 0.6 (2-stops)
Effect ND filters appear grey, and reduce the amount of light reaching the film. They have no affect on colour balance
Application To use high speed film in bright sun
Construction Glass
Front Filter Thread Size 58 mm
Front Lens Cap Size 58 mm

Kit Contents
Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital ND4 Filter
User Manual

 


 

For more information about, Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital ND4 Filter website.
Back to top






Customer Reviews on Hoya 58mm Pro1 Digital ND4 Filter
24.00

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 11 March, 2007.