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The Nisi Nano IR Neutral Density Filter is a 150x150mm square glass plate designed for photographers who want greater control over the light entering their camera. It is used to decrease the brightness of a shot, while maintaining the original colour, making it perfect for long exposures and landscape photography.

Range of Density Options

The neutral density filter comes in four different models that reduce light levels by 3, 6, 10, and 15 stops allowing you maximum control over your shutter speeds. The ND filters enables you to easily create motion blur, remove people from pictures with long exposures and create smooth flowing water effects.

Nano Coating

A Nano Coating on both the sides of the filters reduces glare, reflection and image ghosting ensuring that your photos stay razor sharp and the image quality is maintained.

Infrared Protection

The Infrared protection coating saves you from the red cast in images caused by the infrared light especially while shooting with extreme big or small apertures. This coating allows you to confidently shoot deep depth of field landscapes, and seascapes with no risk of colour casting.

Water and Smudge Resistant Coating

The filter is also treated with an oleophobic coating that repels oil and water keeping it smudge free and easy to maintain.

Compatible with Nisi Filter Holders

The Nisi Nano IR ND Filter can be used with 150mm NiSi filter holder (sold separately) and is perfectly suited for the enthusiast photographer looking to take advantage of the systems increased exposure control.

Material

Optical Glass

Compatible Holders

150mm Filter Holder

Filter Type

1.8, ND 64

F-Stop Reduction

6 Stop

Thickness

2mm

Filter Size

150x150mm


* Specifications subject to change by the manufacturer without notice
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