SKU: GC40-82HSP6

Hoya 82mm Star Effect Sparkle 6x Filter

Create moderately-sized 6-point stars on point light sources in your photographs by picking up an 82mm SPARKLE 6X Filter from Hoya. Designed to be more conservative than standard star filters, the effect produced here more gently enhances the lights in your image, making it well-suited to astrophotography and night shooting. Even without any light sources in the frame, the SPARKLE filter can be used to create a soft effect on your image and subject making it truly versatile.

The filter is constructed with multi-coated glass within a slim, aluminium filter ring. The front element is rotatable so you can control the location of the streaks created by the filter. Additionally, the filter ring is knurled to make it easier to attach and remove.

 

Features:

Creates Moderate-Size 6-Point Stars

Stars are Created on Point Light Sources

Rotates to Control Star Points

Slim Aluminum Filter Ring

Multi-Coated Glass Construction

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Product Overview

Create moderately-sized 6-point stars on point light sources in your photographs by picking up an 82mm SPARKLE 6X Filter from Hoya. Designed to be more conservative than standard star filters, the effect produced here more gently enhances the lights in your image, making it well-suited to astrophotography and night shooting. Even without any light sources in the frame, the SPARKLE filter can be used to create a soft effect on your image and subject making it truly versatile.

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