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Hoya PRO ND1000 Filters | What are they? How do you Use a 10 Stop Filter

As an Australian authorised reseller, be assured that all Hoya PROND1000 filter comes with a full warranty from Hoya Australia.

Are you looking to photograph a waterfall so that it has a milky smooth effect then ND or Neutral Density filters are the filters to use. ND filters come in a variety of 'strengths' in terms of the number of 'stops' of light they will slow a lens down by.

Here is Tom going on about the Hoya PRO ND1000 Filters. Sometimes these are nicknamed "BigStoppers" or "BigBlockers".

So what sort of results can you get by dropping 10 stops of light?

The following two videos, whilst not using a Hoya 10 stop filter, they show you how to use a ND for long exposures. The brand of the filter won't change the information here.

So first off is an Adorama video. We love the result he achieves with the clouds.

Next, well the results by using a 10 stop filter are stunning.

Please show me all of the Neutral Density filters that you have for sale.