Formatt-Hitech Firecrest ND 100x100mm 3.9 (13 Stops) Neutral Density

Formatt-Hitech Firecrest ND 100x100mm 3.9 (13 Stops) Neutral Density

Code: FC100ND3.9    Brand: Formatt Hitech   
 IN STOCK
$469.00
APN: 5052618163900
Supplier Code: FC100ND3.9

The Formatt Hitech Firecrest Neutral Density (ND) filter is a revolutionary new type of ND filter from Formatt-Hitech. Rather than dyed resin, Firecrest is a rare earth metal coating used to create hyper neutral NDs. The filters are made in different densities according to the level of light reduction from 1 stop to 16 stops of light. They are made from 2mm thick Schott Superwite glass, and the multicoating is bonded in the middle to increase scratch resistance. Firecrest Filters are neutral across all spectrums, including UV, visible, and infrared.

  • This is a 100x100mm 3.9 (13 stops) Formatt Hitech Firecrest ND filter.
  • The Firecrest ND 13 stops filter is popular when photographing near the sea where 2-3 minute exposures are ideal for transforming fast moving clouds and turbulent water into ethereal masterpieces.
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OVERVIEW

The Formatt Hitech Firecrest Neutral Density (ND) filter is a revolutionary new type of ND filter from Formatt-Hitech. Rather than dyed resin, Firecrest is a rare earth metal coating used to create hyper neutral NDs. The filters are made in different densities according to the level of light reduction from 1 stop to 16 stops of light. They are made from 2mm thick Schott Superwite glass, and the multicoating is bonded in the middle to increase scratch resistance. Firecrest Filters are neutral across all spectrums, including UV, visible, and infrared.

  • This is a 100x100mm 3.9 (13 stops) Formatt Hitech Firecrest ND filter.
  • The Firecrest ND 13 stops filter is popular when photographing near the sea where 2-3 minute exposures are ideal for transforming fast moving clouds and turbulent water into ethereal masterpieces.