How good are Tiffen filters?

These are made with hardness, scratch-resistant durability and worry-free cleaning in mind. These filters have excellent Anti-Reflective and Transmission characteristics. Whichever Tiffen filters you choose, you’ll want to get the manufacture’s best grade glass if possible. It’s more expensive, but worth it.

Are Variable ND filters worth?

If you shoot videos, a variable ND filter is advantageous to keep shutter speeds slow and constant, which can be hard to achieve in light that is bright but constantly changing. It’s also useful when trying to achieve both high image quality and shallow depth of field in environments where the light is a bit bright.

What is variable density filter?

A variable neutral density (ND) lens filter reduces the amount of light that enters a camera. A variable ND lens filter is very flexible as it lets you alter light exposure between around 1 f-stop (ND2) and 10 f-stops (ND1000) simply by rotating the outer element of the filter.

What is a VND filter?

A VND filter is comprised of two circular polarizing layers of glass that are designed to dial in the opposite direction of each other. The inner polarized ND filter is fixed directly onto the lens of your camera, while the outer polarized filter is fitted and rotated with the front frame.

What is CPL filter?

A CPL filter – which stands for circular polarizer/linear – is a glass attachment that can reduce the glare from reflected surfaces. How does it help? The CPL Phone Filter filters out this polarized light, leaving you with an awesome image that you can’t replicate post production.

Is a 6 stop ND filter enough?

A 6-Stop ND Filter allows you to increase the exposure time by six stops (equal to 64 times). This is enough to completely blur water and create some motion in the sky but, typically, it won’t result in a shutter speed of several minutes.

What kind of filter is the Tiffen variable ND?

The Tiffen Variable ND filter is a unique, versatile and flexible tool, affording you the convenience of using several Neutral Density filters all in one.

How much does a Tiffen neutral density filter cost?

Retailing between $78.00 to $113.00 depending on the filter size, the price is very reasonable for the amount of use you can get out of this nifty piece of glass. The Tiffen Variable Neutral Density Filter is available in 52mm, 58mm, 62mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm, 82mm – plenty of diameters for all of your lenses.

What can a variable ND filter be used for?

Primarily used as a photographic tool for controlling depth of field and exposure, the Variable ND is being sought in the video market as well because it is fast, easy to use, small, lightweight, and does not require additional accessories such as a matte box.

What’s the shutter speed of a Tiffen ND filter?

ISO 100, f/22, o.3 seconds with ND filter. ISO 100, f/22, 1.3 seconds with ND filter. ISO 100, f/22, 4 seconds with ND filter. ISO 100, f/22, 30 seconds with ND filter. Notice how as the filter strength was increased, she was able to slow the shutter speed to change the effect of the flowing water.