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Neutral Gray Density Filter, or ND filter for short, is used to filter light. This filtering effect is non-selective, that is to say, the ability of the ND filter to reduce light of different wavelengths is equal and uniform, and it only reduces the light, but does not affect the color of the original object, so the contrast of the scene can be reproduced realistically.

ND filter is mainly to prevent overexposure. If the light is too bright, it is difficult to choose a slower shutter speed to shoot. At this time, the ND filter is used to reduce the light entering the lens, and a slower shutter can be used to shoot. For example, if you need to shoot outdoors in strong sunlight, or if you need to use a long exposure time in normal light conditions, shoot waterfalls with slow shutter speeds to show special effects such as blurred water flow, ND filters are required.

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What does a ND filter do?

ND filter is used to filter light. This filtering effect is non-selective, that is to say, the ability of the ND filter to reduce light of different wavelengths is equal and uniform, and it only reduces the light, but does not affect the color of the original object. any effect, so the contrast of the scene can be reproduced realistically.

Are ND filters really necessary?

If you need to shoot outdoors in strong sunlight, or if you need to use a long exposure time in normal light conditions, shoot waterfalls with slow shutter speeds to show special effects such as blurred water flow, ND filters are required.

What does ND mean filter?

Neutral Gray Density Filter, or ND filter for short, is used to filter light and prevent overexposure.

How do I know which ND filter to use?

Neutral grayscale filters are available in a variety of densities, such as ND2, ND4, and ND8 (respectively need to increase exposure by one, two, and three stops), and can also be used in combination with multiple neutral grayscale filters.