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The NiSi 150x150mm Natural Night Filter cuts down the light pollution from mercury or sodium vapour street lamps and helps capture more authentic colours when shooting astrophotography and nightscape images. Using high quality optical glass and a Nano protective coating, the filter perfectly matches high resolution cameras.

Reduces Light Pollution

The Natural Night Filter is designed to cut out wavelengths of light from common sources of light pollution. It can be used to remove the colour cast from streetlights and city lights with a low CRI (Colour Rendition Index) to produce natural colours when photographing skylines, night skies, or other types of night photography.

High Quality Construction

Constructed from high quality optical glass, the filter is formed by a high heat process known as annealing which relieves residual internal stresses, making the filters significantly more durable. The filters are then finely ground and polished to ensure optimal light transmission and edge to edge sharpness.

Compatible with Several 150mm Filter Holders

The square 150x150mm filters are compatible with any 150mm filter holder, but for optimum performance, they are best when used with the range of 150mm NiSi filter holders. These feature dedicated holders for specific lenses including, Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Sigma, and more.

Protective Nano Coating

Using multi-coated Nano coating the Nisi 150x150 Natural Night Light Pollution Filter reduces ghosting and controls light flares so you can produce crisp, clear shots. The coating also prevents scratches and is resistant to water, oil and dust.


Optical Glass

Compatible Holders

150mm Filter Holder

Filter Type

Natural Night Filter (Light Pollution Filter)

F-Stop Reduction

Approx 1 Stop



Filter Size


* Specifications subject to change by the manufacturer without notice
NiSi 150x150mm Natural Night Filter


* Dispatch timeframes are indications only and may vary for multiple quantities. Timeframes are updated regularly during normal business hours.