Formatt Hitech Glass 4×5.65 Neutral Density 0.3 Filter (1 Stop)

RM850.00

Formatt Hitech Glass 4×5.65 Neutral Density 0.3 (1 Stop) has been formulated as a result of extensive research into applications for molecular A.C.T. dyes. Best buy / sales in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Description

Description

  • – Designed For HD Technology
  • – Enhanced Contrast
  • – Schott-Desag B270 Crown Optical Glass

 

The Formatt Hitech Glass 4×5.65 Neutral Density 0.3 (1 Stop) has been specially formulated as a result of extensive research into applications for molecular A.C.T. dyes. The filters give more of a neutral grey without the specular effects from the particulate coatings of the current neutral density and neutral density graduated filters, which allows the user more precise control.

 

HD technology has been targeted towards today’s cinema and videographer who are using the latest ultra-sharp cameras and lenses.

Formatt, a company with three generations of professional filter-making experience produces every filter to the highest technical standards. The finest materials, together with state of-the-art production technology have resulted in a standard of optical excellence unmatched anywhere else.

– Formatt’s HD Neutral Density solid and graduated filters are available in all the popular round screw-in sizes, all the standard square sizes
– All Formatt filters are finished with a unique edge frame offering maximum protection against chipping, surface scratches and enables easy handling and cleaning
– With the filter description on top of the frame it also makes identification of the filter much easier especially when filters are stored in cases on location
– Formatt HD Neutral Density filters have the same densities and light stops as the Kodak Wratten Standards
– Formatt’s Neutral Density Filters are a response to the many DPs and cinematographers who find that it is important to shoot as wide open as possible to minimize depth of field, especially with HD
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