Hoya 67mm Softener A Filter

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Manufacturer Code: IN1360
024066012791 UPC : 024066012791
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A filter randomly arranging minute lens shaped like drops of water on the surface of a acrylic board. Scatters the light and results in a soft Creates a picture with a clear focus and a soft gradation, and this effect is especially evident with an object with a point light source. It is efficient when used with an object having a point light source such as a candle or match. This filter protect front lens element from knocks, dirt build up, bumps or scratches

Hoya 67mm Softener A Filter

Features - Hoya 67mm Softener A Filter

Ideal to use for portraiture and scenic photography
Light weight and very easy mount and remove
Creates a picture with a clear focus and a soft gradation
The effect is especially evident with an object with a point light source
Colour reproduction is easy, and there is no need for exposure adjustment
Creates a soft pattern like drops of water on the surface of an acrylic board
Efficient when used with an object having a point light source such as a candle or match
Randomly arranging minute lens shaped like drops of water on the surface of a acrylic board
Protect front lens element from knocks, dirt build up, bumps or scratches and other damages

Specifications - Hoya 67mm Softener A Filter

Model Softener
Size 67mm
Materials Glass
Grade A
Front Filter Thread Size 67mm
Front Lens Cap Size 67mm
Application Portraiture, scenic
Application Creates a soft pattern like drops of water on the surface of an acrylic board

Kit Content
Hoya 67mm Softener A Filter
User Operating Instructions Manual


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 14 March, 2007.