Kase ND128 filters: 7-stop ND filters
Our ND128 filters are a valuable tool for landscape photographers, filmmakers or anyone shooting in extremely bright, sunny conditions. Discover Kase ND128 7-stop filters below at the best price.
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FAQ on using Kase ND128 filters
What is an ND128 filter?
An ND128 filter (Neutral density 128) is a grey filter which is used to reduce the amount of light entering the camera by 7 stops. Like other ND filters, ND128 filters are not changing the colours and contrast of the image.
What are ND128 filters used for?
ND128 filters are used when there is much light, and the photographer needs to use a slow shutter speed or wide aperture to achieve the desired effect. The ND128 camera filter can be used for landscape photography to create a sense of motion by blurring moving elements such as waterfalls, clouds, or the sea. This filter can also be used to achieve a shallow depth of field.
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How many stops does an ND128 filter have?
An ND128 filter is a dark filter that reduces the amount of light entering a camera lens by seven stops, making it stronger than ND8, ND16, ND32, and ND64 filters. Because of its high light reduction capabilities, an ND128 filter is suitable for use in extremely bright conditions when shooting outdoors. This allows the photographer to achieve slow shutter speeds or wide apertures without overexposing their shot.
When to use an ND128 filter?
An ND128 filter is beneficial in various photographic scenarios where you need to use a slow shutter speed or have a wide aperture for creative effects in conditions of bright light. Using an ND128 filter in photography and filmography empowers you to achieve specific creative effects, such as capturing motion blur or using wide apertures for cinematic depth of field.
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