SKU: GC40-67VARII

Hoya 67mm Variable Density II Filter

The Hoya 67mm Variable Density II Filter minimises the vignette effect often experienced when shooting with wide-angle lenses and variable ND filters. In this updated version, Hoya improved the frame of the predecessor Variable Density filter, making it thinner for better handling of vignetting. The filter features a dedicated knob for precision rotation between an adjustable neutral density range of ND3 to ND400 (1.5 to 9 stops). It also allows you to attach an optional lens cap. It supports lens caps that are one size larger than the filter size.

 

Features:

Thin Frame for Minimised Vignetting

ND Range from ND3 to ND400

Dedicated Knob for Precision Rotation

Motion Blur of Moving Vehicles/Trains

Smooth Motion Effects in Waterfalls

Density Guide Markers

Lens Cap Support

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The Hoya 67mm Variable Density II Filter minimises the vignette effect often experienced when shooting with wide-angle lenses and variable ND filters. In this updated version, Hoya improved the frame of the predecessor Variable Density filter, making it thinner for better handling of vignetting. The filter features a dedicated knob for precision rotation between an adjustable neutral density range of ND3 to ND400 (1.5 to 9 stops). It also allows you to attach an optional lens cap. It supports lens caps that are one size larger than the filter size.

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