ND & CPL filter 2 in 1. One filter has both of CPL and varaible ND filter function,save your time to replace two filters; it can not only reduce the amount of light entering the lens but also darken skies, manage reflections at the same time.
- * 【No “X” cross on images】Say goodbye to the "X" cross on images, K&F utilize cutting edge technology you're going to say goodbye to this common issue with wide angle lenses and variable ND filters.
- * 【Material】Made by completed professional optical glasses, Multi-layer coating, only allows 0.7% light transmittance and waterproof, scratch-resistant, which could protect your valued lens.
- * 【Filter Frames】Filter Frames made by aluminum alloy, the serrated design of the edge of the frame makes it easy to install. There is 5 mark from Min to ND32 on frame, It is convenient for you to sure the ND filter stops.
- * 【Note】 Please verify your camera's lens thread size(usually marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath the lens cap) before ordering. The number is always preceded by a "ø" (diameter) symbol.
K&F Concept Variable ND2-ND32 (1-5 Stops) & Circular Polarizer Filter Function 2-in-1 with 28 Multi-Layer Coatings for Camera Lens
Variable ND2-ND32 : Provides 5 stops adjustable, from ND2/ND4/ND8/ND16/ND32, wide application scope.
CPL Filter : Generally be used on enhance color and contrast , especially for on white cloud and blue sky photography.
28 Multi-Layer Coated
Both sides of the glass with nanometer coatings , waterproof, scratch resistant at the same time ensures high definition quality and first class of the photos quality.
Variable ND & CPL Function 2-in-1
Combined variable nd and cpl function into one filter, can achieve the nd filter and cpl filter features as the same time, no need to screw two filters again. Rotating the nd filter to control the light enter in lens, creats silk smooth object movements. CPL filter for enhance the color and contrast.
No "X" Cross on Images
The self-frame lock technology , while rotating to the Min end or ND32 stops, perfectly avoided the dark "X “ cross on wide-angle lens.