Schneider 114mm Compact Neutral Density Kit 0.6-1.2

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  • Filmtools #: 23819
  • Mfr #: 68-884501
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Product Features
  • 114mm Compact Neutral Density Kit 0.6-1.2
  • Low Profile Clamp-On-Locking-Ring adapter
  • Designed to mount 4 1/2 inch filters
  • Neutral Density of 0.6 (2 stops)
  • Neutral Density 0.9 (3 stops)
  • Neutral Density 1.2 (4 stops)

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  • Overview

    Schneider 114mm Compact Neutral Density Kit 0.6-1.2

    This is a Neutral Density Filter Kit with Low Profile Clamp-On-Locking-Ring adapter, designed to mount 4 1/2 inch filters included in the kit on a camera lens with a front diameter of 114mm such as the Zeiss CP.2 and Canon Cinema EOS Primes. Great for filtering lenses with no front threads and situations where a regular matte box would cause too much wind drag.

    This kit includes three Neutral Density Filters used for Cinematography. It has a Neutral Density of 0.6 (2 stops), Neutral Density 0.9 (3 stops), and Neutral Density 1.2 (4 stops) and therefore reduces light transmission into the lens. A common use for these filters is to allow the use of larger apertures, reducing depth of field, to allow selective focus and rack focus.

    *Note: The lever must be in the un-clamped (up) position prior to un-threading retaining ring.

Schneider 114mm Compact Neutral Density Kit 0.6-1.2

This is a Neutral Density Filter Kit with Low Profile Clamp-On-Locking-Ring adapter, designed to mount 4 1/2 inch filters included in the kit on a camera lens with a front diameter of 114mm such as the Zeiss CP.2 and Canon Cinema EOS Primes. Great for filtering lenses with no front threads and situations where a regular matte box would cause too much wind drag.

This kit includes three Neutral Density Filters used for Cinematography. It has a Neutral Density of 0.6 (2 stops), Neutral Density 0.9 (3 stops), and Neutral Density 1.2 (4 stops) and therefore reduces light transmission into the lens. A common use for these filters is to allow the use of larger apertures, reducing depth of field, to allow selective focus and rack focus.

*Note: The lever must be in the un-clamped (up) position prior to un-threading retaining ring.