Used Lee Seven5 Neutral Density 0.9 Standard Filter

Discontinued
Condition : 9+

Nearly new with only the lightest of cosmetic marks.

Condition : 9+

Filter appears almost as new, filter is free of cosmetic marks and scratches with the exception of very light spec sized marks over most of the filter.
Filter is supplied with the box and pouch

The Lee Seven5 Neutral Density 0.9 Standard Filter is designed to reduce the amount of light reaching the sensor by up to 3 stops, without affecting the overall colour balance. The reduction of light across the entire frame allows the use of slower shutter speeds to record the movement of objects, such as water, clouds, people, cars etc. ND filters can be stacked together, or used with other ...

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The Lee Seven5 Neutral Density 0.9 Standard Filter is designed to reduce the amount of light reaching the sensor by up to 3 stops, without affecting the overall colour balance. The reduction of light across the entire frame allows the use of slower shutter speeds to record the movement of objects, such as water, clouds, people, cars etc. ND filters can be stacked together, or used with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting condition. The Lee Seven5 Neutral Density 0.9 is 75x90mm in size and made to fit the Lee Seven5 filter holder. In order to use this filter you will need to purchase the correct size Seven5 adapter ring for your lens (check your lens for thread size) and the Seven5 filter holder, both of which are available separately.

Key Features:

  • 0.9 3-stop Neutral Density Filter
  • Size: 75x90mm for Compact System Cameras
  • High Quality Optical Resin
  • Allows the use of longer shutter speeds
  • Ideal for landscape photographers
  • For use with the Lee Seven5 filter holder (not included)

Lee ND Filters Product Video



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Product Specification

Series Lee Sev5n
Size (mm) 100 x 100 mm
effects Neutral Density
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Product Code: 1605562-wex Manufacturers Part Number: S5ND9 Got a question? Get it answered...