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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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Reviewed by 2 customers

 
4.0

I would buy again

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from TX  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I bought this set of ND filters to use in landscape photography to show movement in the scene, and also hide things I didn't want in my scene through the use of long exposures. My first choice was the Lee Big Stopper, but as these were on back order I decided to try the Tiffen set. When combined, I could achieve up to 9 stops. I was disappointed that I didn't fully understand the vignetting problem when stacking filters though. Other than a polarizing filter, I've never used screw in filters before for anything other than protecting my lens. For years I've only used the square ND Grad filters in my Lee holder. When I saw the word "vignetting", I "assumed" it meant darkening in the corners, not physically being able to see the filters in the corners when stacking them. Yeah, I know... Overall, I am very pleased with the performance of the tiffen filters. The only complaint I have is the flimsy pouch they come in. I will definately be placing these filters in something more protective.

 
5.0

Great glass and quality

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from Costa Mesa, CA.  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This group of filters gives me great control and choice.

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todd w  What type of glass is this?
JOANN I  As per Tiffen "ColorCore technology, a process that involves laminating the filter substrate between 2 pieces of optical glass" Hope this helps.
Shopper  why different filter thicknesses?
SUSAN W  For longer exposures in brighter light.
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