Hoya Neutral Density Filters
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- Hoya 49mm PRO ND200 FilterSpecial Price $60.00 Regular Price $75.00
- Hoya 49mm Pro ND EX 64 FilterSpecial Price $60.50 Regular Price $75.00
- Hoya 49mm Pro ND EX 8 FilterSpecial Price $60.50 Regular Price $75.00
- Hoya PRO ND16 Neutral Density Filter - 49mmSpecial Price $61.00 Regular Price $75.00
- Hoya Pro ND32 Neutral Density Filter - 49mmSpecial Price $61.00 Regular Price $75.00
- Hoya Pro ND64 Neutral Density Filter - 49mmSpecial Price $61.00 Regular Price $75.00
- Hoya Pro ND8 Neutral Density Filter - 49mmSpecial Price $61.00 Regular Price $75.00
- Hoya PRO ND16 Neutral Density - 52mm FilterSpecial Price $64.00 Regular Price $89.00
- Hoya PRO ND8 Neutral Density - 52mm FilterSpecial Price $68.00 Regular Price $89.00
- Hoya Pro ND4 Neutral Density Filter - 52mmSpecial Price $68.00 Regular Price $89.00
- Hoya 52mm PRO ND200 FilterSpecial Price $68.00 Regular Price $79.00
- Hoya 52mm PRO ND100 FilterSpecial Price $68.00 Regular Price $89.00
Hoya Neutral Density Filters
Hoya neutral density (ND) filters are photographic accessories that reduce the amount of light that enters the camera's lens without affecting the color balance of the image. They are particularly useful in situations where the light is too bright or when a longer exposure time is needed to capture motion blur or create a shallow depth of field.
Hoya ND filters come in various strengths, usually measured in stops. A 1-stop filter reduces the amount of light by half, a 2-stop filter reduces it by a quarter, a 3-stop filter reduces it by an eighth, and so on. The most common ND filters are 2-stop, 3-stop, and 4-stop.
One of the benefits of using Hoya ND filters is that they allow photographers to use larger apertures and slower shutter speeds, even in bright conditions. This can be particularly useful for landscape, architecture, or portrait photography where a shallow depth of field is desired or to create smooth water or cloud movement.
Hoya ND filters are available in different types, including screw-on filters that attach to the front of the lens, square or rectangular filters that fit into a holder attached to the lens, and variable ND filters that allow the photographer to adjust the strength of the filter by rotating a ring.
When choosing a Hoya ND filter, it is essential to ensure that it fits the diameter of the lens. Additionally, photographers should consider the filter's optical quality, which can affect the image's sharpness and color rendition. Hoya is known for producing high-quality filters that minimize color cast and distortion.
Overall, Hoya ND filters are a valuable accessory for photographers who want to take full creative control over their images by manipulating the light entering their camera lens.
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