Kase ND256 filters – 8-stop ND filters for drones
If you're looking for a filter to give your drone's shots a smooth, cinematic feel, the ND256 is exactly what you need. Explore our Kase filter sets for drones which include filters with various f-stops to cover all needs!
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What is an ND256 filter?
An ND256 filter is a type of neutral density filter designed to decrease the exposure by 8 stops, allowing for creative control over shutter speed and aperture settings in bright lighting conditions. Similar to other grey filters, ND256 filters don´t influence the colour or contrast of the image.
How many stops does an ND256 filter have?
ND256 are 8-stop neutral density filters. Reducing the amount of light entering the camera by 8 stops, these filters allow you to control overexposure to achieve specific creative effects or to manage bright lighting conditions.
What are ND256 filters used for?
When shooting in bright conditions, ND256 filters are used to get wider apertures (lower f-stop numbers) while maintaining proper exposure. This enables photographers to prevent overexposure and achieve a shallow depth of field. Since ND256 8-stop filters enable extended exposure times, they allow photographers to capture motion blur in daylight scenes, such as flowing water or moving clouds.
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When should you use an ND256 filter?
An ND256 filter is valuable when the photographer needs to overcome bright lighting conditions or achieve a desired creative effect. When using this filter, it´s possible to create a sense of motion in the image or achieve a shallow depth of field in bright light conditions.
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