Heliopan

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Heliopan 82mm Variable Gray Neutral Density (ND) Filter (1 to 6 stops)

SKU: HP82VND MFR: 708290

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About Heliopan

The Heliopan ND filter which is adjustable from 1 to 6 stops of ND by simply turning the calibrated rim on the filter. The Heliopan Vario ND filter is totally neutral in color, it is mounted in a black anodized brass ring that is calibrated for ease in repeating a desired density.

Heliopan Features

  • High quality solid brass rings.
  • Black anodized rings with stops at both ends of the ND range.
  • ND variable from 1 to 6 stops.
  • Color neutral regardless of ND value.
  • Calibrated, repeatable settings.
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Shopper  I'm looking for one of these with front threads. Anyone have an idea ?
ERIC T  Don't know if another manufacturer makes one with front threads. I put other filters in front of it. Also made sure it fit the largest lens diameter I have and used step up adapter if that combo was needed.
Shopper  I have the 7d 100-400L 77mm Ring 11-16mm Tokina 77mm Ring 50mm 1.2 L with 74 ring I want to buy a 82mm Heliopan Vari ND. The idea is that I one day may buy the 16-35 L which is a 82mm ring. Maybe I dont and keep my 7d and continue with the 7d. I assume one day I will buy a Full Format. I am really worried to go crazy with 82mm is that a mistake to plan so far ahead? I just can never buy another filter this expensive...
JEFFREY H  I have 3x 7ds, 5dmk3, and a 1dx and used the 82mm Heliopan for my 16-35mm. This is a great filter. It is very clean and doesn't seem to cause any degradation to the shots that I take. It is quite pricy but to me it was well worth the money. I also have the 100-400mm 11-16mm and the 50mm. You may be able to buy a stop down ring so that the 82mm will fit the 77mm. I don't think they are too expensive. Hopefully this helped you out. I am a professional underwater photographer and I also do topside photography.
Shopper  I'm looking for one of these with front threads. Anyone have an idea ?
ERIC T  Don't know if another manufacturer makes one with front threads. I put other filters in front of it. Also made sure it fit the largest lens diameter I have and used step up adapter if that combo was needed.
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