Cokin Neutral Density Filter (ND2X) (0.3) Series A

Cokin
SKU: CKA152 MFR: A152

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Cokin ND2X Filter: Picture 1 regular $22.07

About Cokin ND2X Filter

• Without altering colors, Cokin neutral density filters will allow you to gain the 1, 2 or 3 apertures you need to vary the background, distance and depth of field.
• Neutral density filters allow you to use the low speeds needed to give an impression of speed.
• Cokin's Neutral density filters are available in three grades and can be use in combination with almost and other type of filter.
• Neutral Density 152 reduces the light 1 full stop.
• Neutral Density 153 reduces the light 2 full stops.
• Neutral Density 154 reduces the light 3 full stops.

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Bill E  ND filters by Cokin. What is the difference in series A and Series P.? My lens is a 52 MM Canon Thanks in advance
MICHAEL M  Cokin"a" series filters are for 36mm-62mm filter sizes. Colin "p" series filters are for 48mm-82mm filter sizes. Colin "p" filters can be used with wider angled lenses than the "a" sized filter. My Sony sl77 is 55mm. The "p" series is awesome since I sometimes use a 77mm, wide angle lens. I hope my answer is helpful...remember: f11 and be there. Dan
calise l  Will this filter work on the nikkor 28-300 3.5-5.6ED VR Zoom lens and wat holder should I get to fit this lens ?
GARY M  For that lens, you probably can not use the A size filter, but should use either the P-size or even Z-Pro to avoid vignetting on the wide end of the zoom range. Also, this is only a 1-stop density filter. If you're looking to seriously slow your shutter speed or use a much wider aperture, you should probably consider a 3-stop or higher.
calise l  Will this filter work on the nikkor 28-300 3.5-5.6ED VR Zoom lens and wat holder should I get to fit this lens ?
GARY M  For that lens, you probably can not use the A size filter, but should use either the P-size or even Z-Pro to avoid vignetting on the wide end of the zoom range. Also, this is only a 1-stop density filter. If you're looking to seriously slow your shutter speed or use a much wider aperture, you should probably consider a 3-stop or higher.
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