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Tiffen 58mm Digital Neutral Denisty Filter Kit

SKU: TF58DNDK MFR: 58NDK3

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List Price: $104.99

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About Tiffen

Digital Neutral Density Kit.. Standard Tools for Digital SLR or Video Cameras...

Tiffen Features

  • Neutral Density Filters: Creates motion blur effects with slow shutter speeds
  • Eliminates overly bright, washed-out images
  • Allows greater control and flexibility of exposure and depth of field
  • Save over individual filter prices
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Shopper  Can these filters be stacked or must they be used singly? Thanks!
JANELLE D  Yes, you can stack all three to make a 9 stop ND filter or stack two for a 5, 6, or 7 stop ND depending on the combo used. These are not the super slim filters so you'll have some vignetting when stacking on wider angle lenses. I haven't found vignetting to be much of a problem and if it's noticeable I just zoom in a little or change lenses and reevaluate my composition. Another tip is to focus and compose your shot before stacking the filters as neither you nor the auto-focus can functionally see anything with the filters stacked.
Shopper  Can these filters be stacked or must they be used singly? Thanks!
JANELLE D  Yes, you can stack all three to make a 9 stop ND filter or stack two for a 5, 6, or 7 stop ND depending on the combo used. These are not the super slim filters so you'll have some vignetting when stacking on wider angle lenses. I haven't found vignetting to be much of a problem and if it's noticeable I just zoom in a little or change lenses and reevaluate my composition. Another tip is to focus and compose your shot before stacking the filters as neither you nor the auto-focus can functionally see anything with the filters stacked.
Shopper  Can these filters be stacked or must they be used singly? Thanks!
JANELLE D  Yes, you can stack all three to make a 9 stop ND filter or stack two for a 5, 6, or 7 stop ND depending on the combo used. These are not the super slim filters so you'll have some vignetting when stacking on wider angle lenses. I haven't found vignetting to be much of a problem and if it's noticeable I just zoom in a little or change lenses and reevaluate my composition. Another tip is to focus and compose your shot before stacking the filters as neither you nor the auto-focus can functionally see anything with the filters stacked.
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