Heliopan 49mm NEUTRAL DENSITY ND 3.0 (10 STOPS) MPN:704989 *AUTHORIZED DEALER*
- Heliopan has been a leader in the filter industry since 1949. They are known for their high quality
- Filters still retain front threads for a lens cap, a lens hood or even stacking a second filter.
- The portion of the Heliopan slim filters that are in front of the lens have been reduced in
- Heliopan cuts, grinds, polishes and coats their filters with the same techniques and
- To enable slow shutter speeds to be used, especially with high speed ISOs, to record
Heliopan glass filters are made with glass from Schott (Zeiss) the worlds finest optical glass supplier.
Heliopan Neutral Density filters are important tools for controlling light reduction. They permit less depth of field under bright lighting since the aperture has to be larger and, in addition, they permit long time exposures with stronger ND filters in sunlight.
Over exposure can be avoided resulting in natural color reproduction. ND gray filters are manufactured from color neutral Schott glass so they can be used for accurate color imaging.
For brilliant color reproduction, highest contrast and sharpness Heliopan filters are THE choice for the professional photographer. When coupled with the fact that Heliopan filters are manufactured from SCHOTT glass (the same stuff used to make ZEISS optics), it is clear that the only thing that should stand between your lens and your subject is a Heliopan filter.
Made in Germany, all Heliopan screw-in filters come in high quality anodised brass mounts which virtually eliminate binding.
- The ND 3.0 has a light transmission of 0.10%: Filter Factor 1000x: Exp Correction -10
- Made in Germany
- Brilliant Colour Reproduction and High Sharpness
- The highest quality optical glass from the German Schott Group
- The longest life expectancy thanks to brass filter rims
- Minimal reflections because of matte black filter rings
- At least one high quality hard coating on each filter side
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Tip: For evening and night exposures, totally close the aperture, use a strong ND filter and use a tripod. Log exposures will result in moving objects disappearing and a surreal effect.