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Schneider Optics 5.65 x 5.65" Neutral Density (ND) 0.3-1.2 Attenuator Filters

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  • Schneider Full attenuators
  • Even blend filter, perfectly gradated
  • Perfect for use when tilting is involved
  • Enable the use of wider lens apertures
  • Reduce depth of field
  • Crystal-clear water-white optical glass

The Schneider Full attenuators are like graduated filters except there is no line, separating full dark to full light. An attenuator is an even blend filter, perfectly gradated.

They are perfect for use when tilting is involved, so there is no need to try and mask the hard or soft edge...because there isn't one.

The attenuator is perhaps one of the most overlooked and least understood filters. When you have time, stop by Filmtools and ask to see one.

This is a special type of Neutral Density Filter. Neutral Denisty Attenuators diminish distracting backgrounds by enabling the use of wider lens apertures, thereby reducing depth of field. Conversely, these ND Attenuators can be used to properly expose varying light levles within a given frame. They allow the amount light reaching the film to be controlled without relying solely on camera aperture.

Neutral Density Attenuators are made using the finest crystal-clear water-white optical glass and are precision engineered with unparalleled smoothness, uniformity and consistency. They can be used alone or in combination with other filters with no degradation of image quality.

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MPN68-055712, 68-055709, 68-055703,
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