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Tiffen – Filtro ND variable

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El filtro ND variable Tiffen es una herramienta única y flexible, lo que te ofrece la comodidad de utilizar varios filtros de densidad neutra en un filtro de densidad neutra que reduce la cantidad de luz que atraviesa la lente hacia tu cámara. Al reducir la luz, puedes lograr lo siguiente: • Permite el uso de velocidades de obturación lentas, con películas de alta velocidad o cámaras digitales, para grabar el movimiento/desenfoque de imagen en temas como cascadas, nubes o cualquier sujeto de movimiento rápido. • Te da un control total sobre tu profundidad de campo. Puedes disminuir la profundidad del campo mediante el uso de aberturas más amplias, lo que ayuda a separar a los sujetos de su fondo (materia enfocada mientras tu fondo está borroso). • Te permite grabar películas de alta velocidad (por encima de ISO 400) en situaciones brillantes al aire libre reduciendo la ISO efectiva. • Permite cine y cámaras de video (que tienen velocidades de obturación fijas) para filmar temas como nieve, arena u otros escenas brillantes que podrían Causa sobreexposición. Se utiliza principalmente para controlar la profundidad del campo y la exposición, la variable ND es fácil de usar, pequeña, ligera y no requiere accesorios adicionales. Los filtros de densidad neutra reducen la cantidad de luz que atraviesa la lente hacia tu cámara. Al reducir la luz, puedes utilizar velocidades de obturación lentas, con películas de alta velocidad o cámaras digitales, para grabar el movimiento/desenfoque de imagen en temas como cascadas o cualquier sujeto de movimiento rápido. También te da un control total sobre tu profundidad de campo. El filtro ND variable Tiffen funciona con el mismo principio que un polarizador circular gira hasta alcanzar el efecto deseado y disparar. Te permite tener un control continuo sobre la cantidad de luz que entra a través de tu lente en un rango aproximado de 2 (ND 0.6) a 8 (ND 2.4) se detiene mientras mantiene la integridad de tu imagen. La caja contiene 1 filtro, 1 manual de instrucciones y 1 bolsa de filtro.


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Único y versátil.

El filtro Tiffen Variable ND es una herramienta única, versátil y flexible, que te ofrece la comodidad de utilizar varios filtros de densidad neutra todo en uno. Utilizado principalmente como herramienta fotográfica para controlar la profundidad de campo y la exposición, la ND variable se busca también en el mercado de vídeo porque es rápido, fácil de usar, pequeño, ligero y no requiere accesorios adicionales como una caja mate. El filtro ND Variable Tiffen funciona con el mismo principio que un polarizador circular, gira hasta que alcance el efecto deseado y dispare. Le permite tener un control continuo sobre la cantidad de luz que viene a través de su lente en un rango aproximado de 2 (ND 0.6) a 8 (ND 2.4) paradas, manteniendo la integridad de su imagen. Nota: Las marcas de indización espaciadas uniformemente entre MIN y MAX no representan paradas calibradas. Son solo para referencia.

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Control creativo a tu alcance.

Tiffen Variable ND permite el uso de velocidades de obturación lentas, con películas de alta velocidad o cámaras digitales, para grabar el desenfoque de movimiento/imagen en sujetos como cascadas, nubes o cualquier sujeto de movimiento rápido. Le da control total sobre su profundidad de campo. Usted puede reducir la profundidad de campo mediante el uso de aberturas más anchas, lo que ayuda a separar los sujetos de su fondo (tema en el enfoque mientras el fondo está borroso) Le permite grabar películas de alta velocidad (por encima de ISO 400) en situaciones exteriores brillantes reduciendo ISO eficaz. Permite que las cámaras de cine y vídeo (que tienen velocidades de obturación fijas) filmen sujetos como nieve, arena u otras escenas brillantes que podrían causar sobreexposición.

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Dimensiones del producto

5 x 1 x 5 pulgadas

Tamaño

52 mm, 58mm, 62mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm, 82mm

ASIN

B005TFU80I

Configuración

Filtro ND variable

Fabricante

Tiffen

País de origen

EE. UU.

Manufacturer

a la tienda de Tiffen

Comentarios (10)

  1. Spencer

    Great price and strong performanceI purchased this for video use. I am a non-professional hobbyist when it comes to videography. I mostly film run and gun style family moments.Pros82mmSix stops of coverageConsThicklack of hard stopsLack of protection when on camera and not in useAs a consumer at this price point, I think this is a great purchase. I helped me control light and get my desired shutter speed. I feel that the image quality is great. There is a slight color cast, but nothing I can’t correct in post. I color correct all of my footage, so this is not a setback for me.When I purchase filters, I always buy in 82mm and use step-up rings to size to my smaller glass. I like that this unit came in the 82mm width. Secondly, the coverage is an excellent range for stops 2 – 8. It is easy to use, and I have not noticed artifacts while using.A few features that I do not like and that I do not think would be expensive to fix. While the filter is easy to use and use while rolling, it does not have a tactile indicator telling you that you have hit a stop or endpoint. This likely keeps things smoother while filming, but it would be nice to have a hard stop at the endpoints.The filter is thick. You can see this in pictures compared to other filters with similar functionality. I did not think of this when purchasing, but it makes it difficult to put in my filter sleeve to carry multiple filters/step-up rings. It is a tight squeeze for just the filter, a filter with a ring attached does not fit; this requires a complete disassembly every time which dissuades use.Lastly, an 82mm lens cap does not fit this filter once attached to the camera. I’m not particularly eager to leave my glass unprotected when not in use. Not being willing to leave the filter attached due to lack of a protective cover means I miss opportunities because I have to assemble first. This may be an amateurish complaint, but I do not make money off of my gear. I have to treat it with care so that it lasts.Overall, I would purchase this filter again. I think it provides great utility, especially when used for video. I’ve spent more words on this review detailing cons, but it is a reliable variable ND filter that performs as expected. The best gear is the gear you use.Tiffen if you monitor the comments. I know I would get more use of this filter if it had a protective covering. Following that, please figure out hard stops.

  2. Daniel + Jennifer Waghorne

    Absolutely essential piece of gear.I debated for a while before I finally purchased this Variable ND filter. I knew it was important, but was always able to get by without using one for the most part unless I was shooting in broad daylight with no cloud coverage. After making this purchase, I don’t know how I’ve gone so long without this.There are a few things to know when purchasing an ND filter. First, you want the Tiffen Variable ND. There are a few cheaper (as in $15ish), but they are extremely poorly made and will give a dark purple cast over the footage when the ND is turned up. Also, cheaper Variable ND’s do not like zoom lenses, so prepare for nasty colors when zooming in. I have experienced none of those issues with the Tiffen.There’s another, much more expensive Variable ND by Hoya, which in my opinion is not worth the money at all. Dave Dougdale did a very comprehensive review you should definitely check out comparing multiple ND’s, and he preferred the look of the Tiffen over the Hoya which is twice as expensive.This is just personal preference, but when buying and ND, or any filter for that matter, buy the 82mm thread unless you absolutely don’t want to for some odd reason. The reason for this is that they have multiple step down rigs that will allow you to change the filter thread. For example, I purchased the 82mm thread, and purchased a 82-77mm Step Down, 82-67mm Step Down, and 82-58mm Step Down ring. Now, instead of buying a new ND filter for all of my lenses and spending hundreds of extra dollars, I can buy a three dollar adapter. Yes, you’ll have a much bigger filter on the end of your camera and it will look awkward, but you’ll also have hundreds more in your pocket so it’s all good.On a more technical term, I was able to keep 1/50 shutter at 24fps and f/4.0 with my A7s on a remotely sunny day with the ND set pretty high. I had to go up to a f/6.3 once, but without the NDI had to shoot at an f/22 and I was still +2 stops over exposed, so that just goes to show you how much range this ND gives you.If you ever plan on shooting out doors and keeping your shutter angle at 180 degrees without setting you aperture absurdly high, you need this. There’s no other way to put it.

  3. Sean

    Great value and performanceThe color cast of this variable nd filter is strong but it’s not nearly as bad as other filters. Performance wise, it’s close enough to brands like PolarPro and B+W while being half the price.One downside is it’s size. Even if you get the correct filter size it protrudes quite a bit and looks as if you’re using a step up ring. You’ll have to leave your lens hood in the bag. I imagine this helps reduce vignetting or the common X shape in other filters.Finally, since you’re working with polarizers you may not get the same quality or performance that you might expect out of fixed ND filters

  4. Tim

    The rear diameter and front diameter are differentI have the 58mm variable neutral density filter because the lens I want this to screw into is 58mm. The rear part that screws into the camera lens is 58mm. Then the front part of the filter is larger. I have read that it is larger to reduce the amount this lens blocks light at the corners of wide angle lenses. For mine, I can verify that this front diameter thread is 67mm. I was able to screw in a JJC 67mm hood. I am using this on a Micro Four Thirds Lumix 12-35mm lens. I am able, without the hood, to use the lens all the way at the 12mm wide focal length. When I use the JJC hood, there is light blocking in the corners up to about 18mm. I use it at 20mm and greater to make sure. Please refer to the attached pictures. I am using this on an Olympus M1 original mirrorless camera. The reason I have this is to be able to take longer exposure photographs to get water and clouds to blur. Setting the exposure is a dance between the shutter speed, the aperture, the ISO, and the filter density. Even with the mirrorless camera’s ability to preview the image through the electronic view finder, and the ability to have the histogram live in the view finder, I still have to shoot and review the image to get the exposure correct.

  5. G. Jason Sierra

    NDGreat ND

  6. Phil

    Wouldn’t leave home without it!Super essential for run and gun outdoor type shooting. Occasionally use it for indoor bright environments as well. Love the quality of Tiffen! I recommend buying a larger size than you need and using step up rings to get more use out of it.

  7. PK

    Works well but lacks a solid caseThis nd filter only comes with a soft case. I’d hope for better protection.

  8. SebaZ

    Es para un amigoLa verdad no lo usé porque lo compré para otra persona.

  9. Shankar Narayanan

    I am semi-pro photographer and do fashion/senior/family photos. I …I am semi-pro photographer and do fashion/senior/family photos. I have always schedule my outdoor shoots early in the morning or later in the afternoon, because I can then use my 1 or 2 speedlights to get the light I want on the subjects. There have been situations where I had to do a session during bright daylight and I have had light control issues.Recently, I attended a class on mixing strobes with bright sunlight by using ND filters. The instructor had a $400 VARI-ND filter. I had a reputed brand ND2-ND400 Vari ND filter that I got here. When I attached that to my 85/1.8, I could not achieve sharp focus at all! That happened at all levels of stops. I had to use a Hoya 58mm 3X filter, which limited my creativity as I could not open up the aperture as wide as I wanted to.I bought this Tiffen filter with some trepidation. I use this on my 50mm/1.4 & 85mm/1.8 in conjunction with a set of Fotodiox step down rings. I have done 4 shoots with this filter, my AB800 in a Fotodiox 18″ BD and I am beyond impressed! The focus is tack sharp and I have no color cast issues. I do use a digital target and/or Expodisk 2.0 to set custom WB. I can now get the creamy, dreamy Bokeh, and have the subject properly lit!They say that in Vari-ND filters, you get what you pay for. I don’t know what a $400 filter does, but so far, for what I do, this filter fits the bill.

  10. Danny Grizzle

    Love TiffenI’ve bought every brand of filter in the world, including lots of the expensive European brands. I have many, many filters that cost more than many SLR lenses. But after 40+ years in photography and video, I have decided to standardize on Tiffen filters whenever possible. That means, whenever a Tiffen product is available in the size I need it, deliverable on the day I need it.Some brands of filters cost many multiples of Tiffen prices, but I got burned a couple of years ago in buying a premium, super expensive European ND filter, and liked it less than a comparable Tiffen I owned in another size. My problem was a pronounced color cast in the European brand, so bad that I could not intercut HDSLR video footage.I think anyone shooting video with a HDSLR camera is well advised not to intermix filter brands. The video files produced by DSLR camera simply do not have enough «elasticity» to be match graded in post. The critical thing in HDSLR video production is to get everything as nearly perfect as possible in camera, and avoid as much color grading as possible in post.I am currently planning to replace all my Lightcraft Workshop Fader ND filters with Tiffen. I’ve seen reviews online which highly rate Tiffen Variable ND filters, and I am inclined to believe them given decades of experience with this brand. I only wish Tiffen had not been so late to market with a product of this type — it would have saved me a lot of money.Tiffen is a trusted brand, and I like the fact that the are Made in America.

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