1. Kenko Variable NDX filter

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    from ILLUMINA Added 255 1 0

    The Kenko Variable NDX filter is a variable neutral density that has a filter factor range of 2.5-1,000, or a light loss of 1.3 – 10 stops. Kenko created this filter by taking two pieces of the highest quality polarizing and mounting them in opposition to each other. When the filter ring is turned from min to max the filter darkens until it is nearly opaque. This has the effect of a neutral density filter that can change from a 1.3 stop light loss to a 10-stop light loss. This type of neutral density filter is very valuable for controlling exposure, slowing down shutter speeds for creative blurring effects. This allows for shutter speeds as low as several seconds to be set in full sun conditions. It also allows for using very wide aperture settings like f/1.4 or f/1.8 for a very shallow depth of field in bright sunny conditions. Traditionally when two polarizing filters are put together and used in this way there is an increase in color shifting as the neutral density effect increases. The Kenko Variable NDX filter counters this problem by using a newly developed depolarizing plate in the construction of the filter to give it the most neutral color balance. This means very little to no color shifting in the recorded image. Color shifting is a problem with other Variable ND filters on the market today but the Kenko Variable NDX has broadcast quality color fidelity. This filter has high-quality construction with durable aluminum filter rings and same sized filter thread on both the front and back. The Kenko Variable NDX is available in 77mm and 82mm sizes.

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    • Gravity

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      from jmb9572 Added 861 8 6

      Sarah Claire Smith's music video for Gravity by Sara Bareilles. Jeremy Brewer - piano Josh Estrada - Violin Eric Sheaffer - Cello Catherine O'Malley - Bass Video directed and produced by Jeremy Brewer Nikon D7000

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      • Nissan 2003 350Z

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        from Rayne Films Added 496 1 4

        I bought my dream car this week and decided to make a video of it. This was shot in Rosedale California. I used a Canon t2i DSLR with Rokinon 35mm 1.4 with a variable lightcraft workshop ND filter. I also used a Canon 16-35 2.8 mark II lens (beautiful lens). I used the Konova slider with manforotto sticks. I used my 4ft jib. Thanks for watching! Rain Productions Jason Shelton @jshelly777 rainvideoproductions.com

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        • Magnificent Madeira

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          from Pavel Masek Added 3,601 14 4

          Sequel of Magnificent Berchtesgaden. Just piece of this faboulous island caught by Canon 5DmkII with 24-105IS (that time without IS). Thank you very much...

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          • Nicna Variable ND Filter and Tokina Lens Test

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            from Break Make Added 1,875 6 1

            Testing out a 77mm ND filter on a Tokina 12-24mm lens. The filter is a Nicna, which costs only around $45. It does give a bluish tint to the footage, and it also looks like it vignettes at 12mm. Not too bad though for less than 50 bucks.

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            • Country Attire - Barbour Collection A/W ‘11

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              from Standby Productions Added 932 8 5

              Filmed in conjunction with Gate Digital. Country Attire required a ‘mood-film’ to promote the new Barbour children’s Autumn/Winter ‘11 collection. As Country Attire are based in the English countryside, they wished to promote the collection in a quaint and typically British setting, with a vintage feel. The music was sang, played and produced by our good friend David Bentley, based on an old English classic, with a modern feel. For more information about Gate Digital visit: http://gatedigital.co.uk/ For more information about Country Attire visit: http://www.countryattire.com/ >enjoy www.STANDBYPRODUCTIONS.co.uk Music: ‘English Country Garden’ by David Bentley soundcloud.com/​david-bentley

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              • A Day Here

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                from Steven Bailey Added 265 1 3

                I like my street a lot. Every time I walk it, I find something new to look at. This is my attempt at capturing some of that. I recently got a variable neutral density filter, and this was just a short attempt at familiarizing myself with it. Music - Halving The Compass, by Helios TWITTER http://twitter.com/#!/bigglesworth18 YOUTUBE www.youtube.com/stevenabailey

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                • Polaroid Neutral Density Filter Test Shots

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                  from Break Make Added 480 3 3

                  Examples of footage with and without a Polaroid variable ND filter in daylight. All shots taken with a Canon 7D and a Tokina 35mm macro lens.

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                  • Toast

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                    from Ross Gill Added 233 1 0

                    A man attempts to make breakfast. This usually simple task takes him to strange places, leading him to question his grip on reality. This is my first short film shot with a Canon 550D. I devised and planned this short film then filmed and edited in 3 days. The soundtrack took a little longer. Original music and sound design is by Paul Street.

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                    • Trainlapse

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                      from Dylan Smitzniuk Added 328 0 3

                      Long Exposure time lapse video testing welding glass as DIY ND Filter. Settings: f22 10 sec exposure 11 sec intervalometer #8 Welding Glass ISO100 Canon 550D Zeiss Pancolar 50mm f1.8 Magic Lantern I think I need to try some different shutter speeds. Based on this test 5sec exposure 6sec Int might be even smoother.

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