Kase ND1000 Magnetic Circular Filter (10 stop)
Kase ND1000 Magnetic Circular Filter for K9 holder
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Kase Wolverine Magnetic ND1000 90mm round filter for K9 filter holder

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The Kase Wolverine Magnetic ND1000 (10 stop) neutral density filter is designed to slot into the K9 filter holder instead of the circular polariser if you are not using this. You can then stack a graduated filter (or two) into the K9 holder in front of this. Alternatively you can use the ND1000 directly with the geared adapter rings onto your rings without the holder attached.

The ND1000 filter reduces light by 1000 times to enable you to increase your exposure time significantly, e.g. a 1/8 second exposure becomes 2 minutes, or 1/30 second exposure becomes 30 seconds. 

This is beneficial for creating smooth water at waterfalls or in seascape scenes, and to create cloud movement in the sky. 

Wolverine Key Features

  • Toughened Pro HD Optical Glass
  • No Discernible Colour Cast
  • Scratch Resistant
  • Metallic Nano Coatings
  • Water and Dust/Dirt Repellent
  • Easy Clean

The Kase Wolverine series filters are ranked as some of the best optically by independent reviews and their toughened glass construction adds extra durability and peace of mind. Kase Wolverine filters are not indestructible but are rated to be tougher than standard glass filters, withstanding an occasional accidental drop allowing you to keep shooting great images. With no discernible colour cast, you will be able to capture true colours and the optical quality of the glass will give you great sharpness. The special metallic nano electro-coated glass makes Kase Wolverine filters scratch resistant, water repellent, anti-reflective and very easy to clean. 

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