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67mm Neutral Density 09 Filter 67mm Circular Polarizer

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  • **********Product 1: Eliminates overly bright, washed-out images*****Product 1: Balances exposure*****Product 1: Controls depth of field*****Product 1: 67mm diameter*****Product 2: Essential for outdoor photography*****Product 2: Deepens intensity of blue skies*****Product 2: Reduces or eliminates glare*****Product 2: 67mm diameter
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Size: 67mm |
Pattern Name: Filter + Circular Polarizer 67mm Neutral Density 0.9 FilterThese 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. 67mm Circular Polarizer A circular polarizer has the same effect as a polarizer and is used on cameras with beam- splitting metering systems commonly found on autofocus SLRs. Polarizing Filters Polarizers provide color and contrast enhancement. Reflected light often shows up as whitish glare that washes out color in an image. A Polarizer corrects this problem producing deep, dramatically blue skies. It also removes glare from non-metallic surfaces, such as windows and water. Color saturation in general, especially outdoors, can be improved significantly. A Circular Polarizer has the same effect as a Polarizer and is used on cameras with beam splitting metering systems commonly found on auto focus SLR's (for most 35mm auto-focus cameras see your camera manual).

Area of sky most effectively polarized with a
Circular Polarizer: Point your index finger at the sun. With your thumb extended at a right angle (90), rotate it around the axis of the index finger. It will point out the band of deepest blue from horizon to horizon.

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