Used Lee Seven5 Little Stopper

Discontinued
Condition : 9+

Nearly new with only the lightest of cosmetic marks.

Condition : 9+

Filter shows very little signs of use, filter shows very few cosmetic marks and scratches including very light signs of use.
Filter is supplied with: Manual, Pouch, Cover Pouch

The 75 x 90mm Lee Seven5 Little Stopper filter is designed for long-exposure photography and reduces the light entering the lens by up to 6 f/stops. The Little Stopper is ideal for those low-light conditions at the beginner and end of the day (when the Big Stopper's ten stops may prove too much), allowing you to enjoy increased flexibility with exposure lengths. By increasing the length of ...

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The 75 x 90mm Lee Seven5 Little Stopper filter is designed for long-exposure photography and reduces the light entering the lens by up to 6 f/stops. The Little Stopper is ideal for those low-light conditions at the beginner and end of the day (when the Big Stopper's ten stops may prove too much), allowing you to enjoy increased flexibility with exposure lengths. By increasing the length of exposure time the Little Stopper adds a ghostly, time-passing effect of anything that moves, for example the sea, clouds, waterfalls and people etc. The Lee seven5 Little Stopper is fully compatible with the Lee Seven5 filter holder (not included, available separately) and comes with a smart, protective tin case.

Seven5 Little Stopper: Key Features

  • 6-stop long exposure filter
  • Expands creative options
  • Allows the use of slower shutter speeds
  • Great for landscape photographers
  • Creates a smooth blurred effect in the water and clouds
  • 75 x 90 mm high-quality glass
  • Seven5 - suitable for Compact System Cameras
  • Compatible with the Lee Seven5 filter holder

The Big Stopper & Little Stopper from LEE Filters

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Product Specification

Series Lee Sev5n
Size (mm) 75 x 90mm
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Product Code: 1571392-wex Manufacturers Part Number: S5LS Got a question? Get it answered...