• Tiffen 67mm Neutral Density 0.6 Filter
  • Tiffen 67mm Neutral Density 0.6 Filter
Tiffen 67mm Neutral Density 0.6 Filter
Tiffen 67mm Neutral Density 0.6 Filter

Tiffen 67mm Neutral Density 0.6 Filter

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  • Eliminates overly bright, washed-out images
  • Balances exposure
  • Controls depth of field
  • 67mm diameter
  • For use with F-stop 2 on a manual camera; for all film types, color or black and white

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Works greaf This filter came in a hard sided plastic case with lenses soft wipe. The filter works wonderful for reducing the shutter speed in the daytime and helps filter out the daytime brightness. It also takes nice pictures and fits well into the camera lenses. 5Ideal for capturing flow of fast moving objects This filter is a 2 stop filter. This means its dark but not so dark to change bright daylight into night.Its ideal for shooting waterfall flow images, sunset/sunrise and portraits with dark background using external flash.The good thing about 2-3 stops filters is, you can take pictures handheld most of the times.The exposure is reduced by 2 stops, the shutter speed comes in the range of 1/100 to 1/50 of a sec, which for a stable hand shouldn't be a problem.The filter has threads on it, hence can be used to mount more filters on it.Highly recommended for nature lovers. 5Best bang for your buck filter there is First off this is not Multi coated glass. This is the best bang for your buck filter it will do everything you wont to do Now i will tell you right now you need to carry some type of liquid lens cleaner and lens cloth.In case you touch the glass it will leave your fingerprints on it. use a rocket blower first to blow off dust so you wont scratch it then spray it and polish it then use it .i have no regrets in buying this at all if you are on a budget and need a ND filter stop looking you have found it 43 different ones... When I need depth of field (think f/22-32), and long exposure times (think 10-40 seconds) when it's too bright out, the only remedy is a ND filter. I actually bought two .9 and one .6 so I can combine them sensibly.These are for my Sigma EX 10-20mm DC HMS f/4-5.6. It is so nice to be able to stop down and capture in-focus shots from 4 ft to infinity and yet retain the subtlety of the shots when in moderately bright situations. 5I finally entered the world of ND Filters and Bokeh! For awhile I was wondering how some photographers and videographers were able to get Bokeh effects in their video and photos in outdoors and well lit environments. I found out their secrets were Neutral Density filters! Since I purchased this ND filter and used it for photos and videos, I am now addicted. The photos and videos still came out clear and colors were great! I will not hesitate to purchase more from this brand! 5Video users, don't stack filters & you might see ghosting Just wanted to throw some advice out there for those of you shooting video. I bought the .6 and .9 Tiffen 77mm filters. I just did a test on an FS-100 with a Rokinon 35mm prime video lens. First off, with my setup, two filters cannot be stacked. The image turns soft. I didn't expect this based on the other reviews I read before buying these. With just one filter attached (the .6 or .9) there is some mild to medium color shift (or WB change, I should say), but nothing that can't be tweaked in post. And, with just one of these filters attached, I picked up some slight ghosting from a bright light source - a computer monitor framed in the upper left third of the shot, reflected dimly in the lower right third of the shot. Not severe enough to ruin the footage (for me) but it's there. Your camera/lens combo may yield different results but at least as far as resolution is concerned, the camera I'm using is sharp, so I think it's safe to at least trust the no-stacking suggestion. Cheers. 4Great Shades for the Camera! I've only used this filter a few times, but so far I love it. It definitely allows you to get a longer exposure in bright conditions. I've attached a picture that I took from my Nikon D3300 at 1/2 second Shutter Speed to show the difference between using the filter and not using the filter. I used a tripod for both pictures and used the same ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed. The picture speaks for itself. 5It's great for slowing down your shutter. I purchased it to capture waterfalls in Oregon and hoped to get that smooth water effect you see in so many photo's. And it worked perfectly, it was exactly what I needed to slow my shutter down to achieve this effect. 5Poor production quality or used items. I bought 3 of these and all of them have finger prints right out of the box. And I can easily tell they have been wiped in a circular motion because there are marks all over the glass. 2Fun To Use I bought this ND lens to try to capture the flowing techniques of water and wind. I had to play a little with the shutter speed to get the photos just right, but I had a lot of fun photographing a windy Iowa day. (See my photo under Customer photos here). While I think a .9 would be better for the wind shots, I am very pleased with the results of my first experiment. I can't wait to try it on water. A tripod is a must for these kinds of photos. I am also looking forward to experimenting with panning shots for background blur. The photos I took turned out sharp where needed (Tree trunks). I am very pleased with it and would recommend it to anyone looking for this type of lens. It worked great with my Canon Rebel XT digital SLR. 5
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Works greaf This filter came in a hard sided plastic case with lenses soft wipe. The filter works wonderful for reducing the shutter speed in the daytime and helps filter out the daytime brightness. It also takes nice pictures and fits well into the camera lenses. 5Ideal for capturing flow of fast moving objects This filter is a 2 stop filter. This means its dark but not so dark to change bright daylight into night.Its ideal for shooting waterfall flow images, sunset/sunrise and portraits with dark background using external flash.The good thing about 2-3 stops filters is, you can take pictures handheld most of the times.The exposure is reduced by 2 stops, the shutter speed comes in the range of 1/100 to 1/50 of a sec, which for a stable hand shouldn't be a problem.The filter has threads on it, hence can be used to mount more filters on it.Highly recommended for nature lovers. 5Best bang for your buck filter there is First off this is not Multi coated glass. This is the best bang for your buck filter it will do everything you wont to do Now i will tell you right now you need to carry some type of liquid lens cleaner and lens cloth.In case you touch the glass it will leave your fingerprints on it. use a rocket blower first to blow off dust so you wont scratch it then spray it and polish it then use it .i have no regrets in buying this at all if you are on a budget and need a ND filter stop looking you have found it 43 different ones... When I need depth of field (think f/22-32), and long exposure times (think 10-40 seconds) when it's too bright out, the only remedy is a ND filter. I actually bought two .9 and one .6 so I can combine them sensibly.These are for my Sigma EX 10-20mm DC HMS f/4-5.6. It is so nice to be able to stop down and capture in-focus shots from 4 ft to infinity and yet retain the subtlety of the shots when in moderately bright situations. 5I finally entered the world of ND Filters and Bokeh! For awhile I was wondering how some photographers and videographers were able to get Bokeh effects in their video and photos in outdoors and well lit environments. I found out their secrets were Neutral Density filters! Since I purchased this ND filter and used it for photos and videos, I am now addicted. The photos and videos still came out clear and colors were great! I will not hesitate to purchase more from this brand! 5Video users, don't stack filters & you might see ghosting Just wanted to throw some advice out there for those of you shooting video. I bought the .6 and .9 Tiffen 77mm filters. I just did a test on an FS-100 with a Rokinon 35mm prime video lens. First off, with my setup, two filters cannot be stacked. The image turns soft. I didn't expect this based on the other reviews I read before buying these. With just one filter attached (the .6 or .9) there is some mild to medium color shift (or WB change, I should say), but nothing that can't be tweaked in post. And, with just one of these filters attached, I picked up some slight ghosting from a bright light source - a computer monitor framed in the upper left third of the shot, reflected dimly in the lower right third of the shot. Not severe enough to ruin the footage (for me) but it's there. Your camera/lens combo may yield different results but at least as far as resolution is concerned, the camera I'm using is sharp, so I think it's safe to at least trust the no-stacking suggestion. Cheers. 4Great Shades for the Camera! I've only used this filter a few times, but so far I love it. It definitely allows you to get a longer exposure in bright conditions. I've attached a picture that I took from my Nikon D3300 at 1/2 second Shutter Speed to show the difference between using the filter and not using the filter. I used a tripod for both pictures and used the same ISO, Aperture, and Shutter Speed. The picture speaks for itself. 5It's great for slowing down your shutter. I purchased it to capture waterfalls in Oregon and hoped to get that smooth water effect you see in so many photo's. And it worked perfectly, it was exactly what I needed to slow my shutter down to achieve this effect. 5Poor production quality or used items. I bought 3 of these and all of them have finger prints right out of the box. And I can easily tell they have been wiped in a circular motion because there are marks all over the glass. 2Fun To Use I bought this ND lens to try to capture the flowing techniques of water and wind. I had to play a little with the shutter speed to get the photos just right, but I had a lot of fun photographing a windy Iowa day. (See my photo under Customer photos here). While I think a .9 would be better for the wind shots, I am very pleased with the results of my first experiment. I can't wait to try it on water. A tripod is a must for these kinds of photos. I am also looking forward to experimenting with panning shots for background blur. The photos I took turned out sharp where needed (Tree trunks). I am very pleased with it and would recommend it to anyone looking for this type of lens. It worked great with my Canon Rebel XT digital SLR. 5
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