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B+W 46mm XS-Pro Digital Variable ND Filter MRC Nano

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Product Code: 9337718C

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B+W 46mm XS-Pro Digital Variable ND Filter MRC Nano

Flexible light control without changing filters: The Vario ND filter can be adapted in its effect to a wide range of subject situations and photographic requirements. Portrait photographers, for example, usually also need large apertures in bright ambient light in order to separate their model optically from the background. Using several minutes of exposure time, architectural photographers can make people passing through the motif "invisible". In landscape photography, flowing water or the surface of the sea can be made to appear fluffy and soft with long exposure times: classic situations which make the use of an ND filter indispensable.

Thanks to its infinitely variable density, the B+W Vario ND filter can be adjusted exactly to individual requirements. To this end, it comes with a continuous setting function with which the photographer can determine the required density between +1 and +5 f-stops. To prevent aberrations, the light reduction cannot be set beyond a critical level. The XS-Pro Digital ND Vario MRC nano thus guarantees professional image results, even with high filter factors.

Thanks to the double-sided multicoating layer, the proven B+W MRC (Multi Resistant Coating) nano coating eliminates unwanted stray light and delivers visibly more brilliant colors and higher contrasts. Due to the extremely low residual reflection, ghost or multiple images which occur due to back reflection from the image sensor are also avoided. The outer layer treated with nano technology (lotus effect) allows water to bead off far better and makes cleaning the filter easier.

Tip: DSLR photographers should cover or close the optical viewfinder during longer exposure times in order to avoid measuring errors. Like all B+W ND filters the XS-Pro Digital ND Vario MRC nano also works on a color-neutral basis. At high densities, slight chromatic aberrations in the image may occur for physical reasons. These can subsequently be eliminated with ease using white balance or by working in RAW format in the image-editing program. When using a full-frame camera , the focal length should be no less than 35 mm to achieve maximum image quality when selecting higher densities.

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    • Cameras – LCD screen is heavily worn either by de-lamination or has scratches to it. Rubber grips are starting to come away from the body.
    • Lenses – The lens has dust inside that may affect images. The rubber zoom/focus ring is coming away from the barrel of the lens.

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