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The ProGlass ND is an extremely high quality glass ND standard filter - optimised for use with digital cameras, but equally useful for film. This filter uses a surface coating made from evaporated metal, and therefore provides very even absorption across the visible spectrum and through the UV and Infrared regions. Digital SLR users need to use ND standard filters to prolong exposure times in bright conditions for landscape photography, but excess UV and IR can cause colour problems in some lighting situations. The ProGlass ND filters reduce any change of false colour casts, and also provide a result described as 'punchier' on digital and film because the light forming the image is more specific to the requirements of the film or sensor. The 0.9 Neutral Density filter reduces exposure to selected area by 3 stops, without affecting colour balance. More
ND standards can be classed as essential in modern photography. These filters absorb light evenly across the visible spectrum, therefore reducing the light entering the lens without affecting the image colour. Traditionally used on film for extending shutter speeds in bright conditions, they are now becoming essential to digital photographers for reducing the sensitivity of sensor chips on cameras which have relatively high minimum ISO settings.
ND Standards extend exposure times allowing for movement in an image, be it people, water, foliage or clouds. If used with care the effects can be impressive.
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I would recommend this product
About Me Casual Photographer
Comments about LEE Filters Lee Neutral Density 0.9 ProGlass Filter:
Only used this once, but has given perfect results.Its pro grade so be careful its made of glass and wont bounce if dropped. But it is a quality product.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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About Me Photo Enthusiast
Feels so good in the hand and it then just "works". No issues or fuss just does what it should do and so far I have found nothing negative.The help line at Lee are also both very knowledgeable and helpful - no regrets.
An item I could not be without.
from Newcastle Upon Tyne
This is the second Lee 0.9 ND Filter I've purchased, the first one slipped through the holder and smashed on the rocks at my feet.Being so good at what it does, I had to purchase another one for those landscape/seascape images that need a longer shutter speed.Colours are not affected by this filter, it is expensive but it IS the best!
Just as dose the job
About Me Semi-pro Photographer
Easy to use when using a dslr
I use this to photograph moving water, especially waterfalls in order to get the usual "milky" effect with the water. It's a very versatile form of filter as with all Lee filters it is independent of lens size and the whole filter system can be moved from lens to lens with the aid of different adaptors - though these are very expensive.The 3 stop reduction this filter offers is mostly enough to get blur in moving water but not always.
Great quality piece of glass
Slides straight in and gives that extra exposure time when needed.
from North Wales
Excellent quality glass, this is the best ND filter I've ever used, zero reduction in image quality
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
No colour cast at all
from Perth, Scotland
I've done some tests with this on a tripod and it is exactly 3 stops yet causes no colour cast whatsoever. At this price I intend to store it very carefully in my bag as it will clearly break if dropped or bent.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Perfect for what it's made for
About Me Pro Photographer
Since I bought my Lee 3 stop ND, it had mainly been used in the studio to reduce the light from my Elinchroms to give less depth of field.The filter is totally neutral. Try using a cheaper filter to do the same job and colour accuracy goes out of the window!It will be permanently in my kit, beautifully protected inside its cleaning cloth and padded pouch. Expensive, but you're worth it!
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Multiple long exposure made on Nikon D200
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Can't go wrong
By Russ Barnes Photography
from West Midlands
It's a Lee 3 stop filter. You can't go wrong, it's neutral and it's Lee. For me much more durable than the resin filters so gets a top recommendation from me. I scratched a resin filter the first time I used it and although made of glass this filter can take a lot more abuse. Just don't drop it...
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