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ProOptic 72mm Variable Neutral Denist (ND) Filter, ND2 to ND400

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ProOPTIC 72 Graduated Filter: Picture 1 regular $36.00

About ProOptic 72 Graduated Filter

With this Pro Optic variable ND filter, you can enjoy total control of virtually any lighting environment. Simply turn this filters exterior ring to access any of six ND settings without wasting time changing filters

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Reviewed by 4 customers

 
2.0

Non-planar distortions

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The filter is variable all right. When I look through it and move it there are distortions noticeable in anything with a lined pattern. Apparently not very planar. I'll be returning it.

 
1.0

Not working well

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It's sharp enough, it feels sturdy and well built, however I get a brown streak across the center of the image with this filter. I suppose it's a manufacturing defect or perhaps just bad glass? Anyways I recommend a better quality ND filter...

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great product, slow delivery

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I only use Pro-Optic filters unless they are not available in the size I need. On a recent photo trip, I accidentally sat or stepped on my filter case and broke two filters, my 72mm CP and my 72mm VND. I immediately ordered replacements. Adorama provides free shipping. Thanks, Adorama, but it should not take 12 days to go from New Jersey to South Carolina. Unfortunately, now Adorama ships via UPS, who delivers it to North Carolina, where it is turned over to the post office, who then delivers it. The total weight of the heaviest of these filters, with plastic case is 3 ounces. Next time, Adorama, just put it in an envelope, stick the postage on it and drop it in the mail. I will have it in three days. For what it's worth, this new delivery method is one of the worst. When you offer free shipping, that is not a license to abuse your clients with slow delivery. Yes, I could have paid for 2 day shipping, but the cost was exorbitant for the service that was offered. I will continue to buy from Adorama, at least with regards to pro-optic products.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Great Value, works well.

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I have found the Pro Optic 72mm Variable HD ND Filter, ND2 to ND400 to be a very good investment that has added to my ability to get those really good landscape and nature shots. The price was certainly right and the Pro Optic meets all my cuurent needs and expectations. The only negative comment is that upon receipt the besel ring and thus the outer lens were very loose. I tightened it but was somewhat disappointed at the lack of QA on the item.

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Shopper  the filter shown has a number of white marking on the edge - does the info that came with the filter give any idea of what the "ND #" would be at each setting or is it just a rotate the ring till the exposure says OK ? or ????
FRANK H  The only thing I could see was the least amount of light was indicated by the smallest white mark and the most by the largest. The one I received the outer glass was loose because the bezel was not tightened properly. I tightened the bezel but the glass was not aligned so I have to resort to attest fire and see procedure with this item. Understand, however, I have never been disappointed with the resulting photos, just the construction of the product.
Shopper  the filter shown has a number of white marking on the edge - does the info that came with the filter give any idea of what the "ND #" would be at each setting or is it just a rotate the ring till the exposure says OK ? or ????
FRANK H  The only thing I could see was the least amount of light was indicated by the smallest white mark and the most by the largest. The one I received the outer glass was loose because the bezel was not tightened properly. I tightened the bezel but the glass was not aligned so I have to resort to attest fire and see procedure with this item. Understand, however, I have never been disappointed with the resulting photos, just the construction of the product.
Shopper  the filter shown has a number of white marking on the edge - does the info that came with the filter give any idea of what the "ND #" would be at each setting or is it just a rotate the ring till the exposure says OK ? or ????
FRANK H  The only thing I could see was the least amount of light was indicated by the smallest white mark and the most by the largest. The one I received the outer glass was loose because the bezel was not tightened properly. I tightened the bezel but the glass was not aligned so I have to resort to attest fire and see procedure with this item. Understand, however, I have never been disappointed with the resulting photos, just the construction of the product.
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