When filming outdoors with an HDSLR camera you sometimes find that it's very hard to create the shallow depth of field that you want due it being to bright. So the way to get around this is to use a ND filter on the lens. This is a filter of Neutral Density ( ND) that stops an amount of light coming down the lens but most importantly does not change the color temperature of the light, hence the Neutral part in the name Neutral Density filter.
Genus have launched a new ND filter called an Eclipse Fader ND. It's special as with it's very low profile to avoid vignetting, it attaches to the front of a lens via a screw thread and is adjustable by turning the front element stopping down the lens from 2 - 8 stops. This allows you to create images the way you want without having to compromise. So if you want a shallow depth of field you can have it.
I'm really impressed with mine & it'll always be in my kit bag with my HDSLR.
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