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About Sunpak

Neutral Density filters evenly reduce the amount of light passing thru the lens without effecting color.
Ideal for reducing bright light in large aperture situations when a narrow depth is field is needed.
Allows for slower shutter speeds when blurring or showing of movement is desired.
Allows balancing of exposure to highlight a key subject.
Lets you use higher speed films in bright light.
Sunpak Neutral Density filters are available in three strengths:

(2X) Reduces the light one f-stop.
(4X) Reduces the light two f-stops.
(8X) Reduces the light three f-stops.

Sunpak Features

  • Eliminates overly bright, washed-out images.
  • Balances exposures.
  • Increases control of depth of field.
  • Equally effective in color or black and white photography.

Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 3 customers

 
5.0

Great filter for the price

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from north little rock, ar  -  Photography Student

Great ND filter. It helped take my published photo of the Transit of Venus. Very dark so it is great for daytime landscape photos.

 
5.0

A great and not expensive filter

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from Detroit, MI  -  Photo Enthusiast

This filter is great for decreasing the light. It has a grat quality and it is cheap. I used it a lot to take pictures of falls and fontains and it does a great job. The water looks like cotton and the pictures are not over exposed.

 
1.0

Glass loose

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from Los Angeles, Ca  -  Photo Enthusiast

Returned this to Adorama upon reciept because the glass was loose in the attachment ring causing it to rattle and rotate in the housing. compared this with other filters I have by Sunpak, Hoya, Tiffen etc, and noticed they all have a type of "locking ring" to hold the glass in place. This one appeared to be missing the locking ring, hence the loose glass.

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