Rollei F:X Pro ND1000 Neutral Density 100mm square filter
ND filters are used to create long exposures during the
day or to display wipe and flow movements in the image
Ultra-fine coating ensures razor-sharp images – even
with 150 MP high-end cameras
Exemplary colour fidelity – capturing nature as it is
seen by the eye
Impressively clear images thanks to approx. 99.5
percent absence of reflection
Diamond-like scratch resistance – extremely hard
surface coating for optimum protection
Extremely temperature resistant – tested in scorching
heat and freezing cold
Original Gorilla®* glass – legendary resistance and
In our filter series F:X Pro we have refined our ND filters (Neutral Density). The task of ND filters is to reduce the light incident on your camera sensor. The filters, which are available in the sizes 100 x 100 millimeters and 150 x 150 millimeters, have been provided with our Luminance Coating for this purpose, so that their reflection freedom is 99.5 percent. This guarantees you razor-sharp images - even with high-end cameras with 150 MP. Colour fidelity is exemplary, which means you can capture your surroundings exactly as you saw them.
You need ND filters to do that:
- Displaying motion through longer exposure times
- Removal of moving objects from the image
- Highlighting the subject by blurring the background
- Increase aperture size - Decrease depth of field
Our ND filters are available in various intensities and stops. A stop means that the amount of light incident on the sensor is reduced by one f-stop at a time. Depending on which filter with how many stops you use, you will have to increase your shutter speed by the same number of stops. This enables you to capture magically drawn images with longer exposure times even in sunshine. For example, you can blur moving elements in your image composition, which makes the water look silky when you take a picture of a river - but larger stones in the river are sharply drawn because they do not move. Would you like to photograph a tourist attraction like the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, but preferably without people in the picture? That, too, is no problem with an ND filter. Due to the long exposure, ultimately only the immobile architecture remains in the picture. However, plan enough time for your long-term exposure, because depending on the setting, it can last from several minutes to one hour.
Our ND filters are available in these strengths and sizes:
- 100 mm ND8 (3 stops / 0.9)
- 100 mm ND64 (6 stops / 1.8)
- 100 mm ND1000 (10 stops / 3)
- 100 mm ND2000 (11 stops / 3.3)
- 100 mm ND4000 (12 stops / 3.6)
- 150 mm ND8 (3 stops / 0.9)
- 150 mm ND64 (6 stops / 1.8)
- 150 mm ND1000 (10 stops / 3)
- 150 mm ND2000 (11 stops / 3.3)
- 150 mm ND4000 (12 stops / 3.6)
Depending on how much light the sensor should receive, you can of course combine our filters with each other. And to ensure that there is really no light reflex at all visible on your work that does not belong there, our rectangular filters also have a foam closure that prevents light from entering between the filter and lens.
Gorilla® glass makes our filters extremely durable. Its special manufacturing process makes it particularly resistant and at the same time provides high light transmission and colour neutrality. Our anti-scratch coating makes dirt easy to remove and also gives the glass its special hardness. But it is not only scratch and break resistant - it is also temperature resistant. We have tested this under the highest quality standards in strong heat and extreme cold. Do you want the best filters we have ever built? With our F:X Pro you get them.
*Note: Gorilla Glas® is a registered word mark of Corning and is used by us for our filters - all rights to the name belong to Corning.
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