Tiffen 82mm 8x (0.9) Neutral Density Glass Filter

Tiffen
SKU: TF82ND8X MFR: 82ND9

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About Tiffen

These filters reduce the amount of light passing through the camera lens without changing the color of the scene. They are especially useful in bright light conditions to help prevent overexposure. Neutral Density filters also allow proper exposure at a wider lens opening for reduced depth-of-field to highlight a key subject by making the foreground and/or background out of focus.

Tiffen Features

  • Eliminates overly bright, washed-out images
  • Balances exposure
  • Controls depth-of-field
  • Allows slower shutter speeds to produce blurred motion effects
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Kevin C  I have a Tameron 18-270mm I am just starting to use ND. Can a none suggest the proper one to use with this type lens? I prefer screw on. The camera is Nikon D60. Thanks everyone and happy shooting!
ELAINE O  I use two different lenses, both of which have different diameters. For this reason I went with the Cokin P series filters so I only have to have one set of filters but two filter holders, one to fit each lens. I also like that I find it easier to stack them and slide them up if I need to reset my focus. I will say there is definitely a color cast when shooting sunsets though.
Kevin C  I have a Tameron 18-270mm I am just starting to use ND. Can a none suggest the proper one to use with this type lens? I prefer screw on. The camera is Nikon D60. Thanks everyone and happy shooting!
ELAINE O  I use two different lenses, both of which have different diameters. For this reason I went with the Cokin P series filters so I only have to have one set of filters but two filter holders, one to fit each lens. I also like that I find it easier to stack them and slide them up if I need to reset my focus. I will say there is definitely a color cast when shooting sunsets though.
Kevin C  I have a Tameron 18-270mm I am just starting to use ND. Can a none suggest the proper one to use with this type lens? I prefer screw on. The camera is Nikon D60. Thanks everyone and happy shooting!
ELAINE O  I use two different lenses, both of which have different diameters. For this reason I went with the Cokin P series filters so I only have to have one set of filters but two filter holders, one to fit each lens. I also like that I find it easier to stack them and slide them up if I need to reset my focus. I will say there is definitely a color cast when shooting sunsets though.
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