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67mm Variable 2-5 Stop ND


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Available as a 2-5 stop or 6-9 stop, Moment Variable ND filters are the secret sauce to controlling your exposure. Made with premium Schott B270 Pro Cinema Glass, these filters are crisp edge to edge without color fringing or cross polarization. The filter rings are precision machined from aerospace grade metal, delivering the durability we expect when shooting. Our Variable ND Filters also feature a unique flared geometry unlike anything else on the market, allowing you to see your ND number from behind the viewfinder. This provides fast, precise control over your shots in tricky lighting, without moving from behind the camera. Made to shoot on the go, the filters also feature hard stops at both ends of the range to prevent unwanted cross polarization for the cleanest image possible.
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Top Quality Premium Filter

These filters are built with top quality glass and advanced optical coatings for crisp cinematic footage. Designed to be used with premium camera lenses, their laser etched, machined aluminum housings allow you to easily see and control your ND range. Built-in stops prevent any unwanted cross polarization for the best possible image quality and precise adjustments.

  • Image Quality
    • Filter Glass: Schott B270 Pro Cinema Glass
    • Filter Coatings: 16 layer anti-reflective coating along with ‘Liquid Glass’ surface treatments for anti-static, hydrophobic, and scratch resistance
  • Size
    • Thread Size: 67mm
    • Outer Diameter: 77mm — 91.16mm
    • Depth: 77mm — 9.05mm
    • Weight: 67mm — 39.7g
  • Build
    • Adjustment: Rotation with hard stops to prevent cross polarizing within the working range
      • 2–5 Stop | ND4–ND32
      • 6–9 Stop | ND64–ND512
    • Frame Material: Aerospace Grade Aluminum
    • Lens Cap Compatibility: Standard Center Pinch Caps
    • Compatible Focal Lengths: 16mm and above
    • Works with: Moment 67mm Filter Mount
  • What Is A Variable ND Filter?
    Neutral Density filters are like sunglasses for your camera lens. A Variable does the same thing but it lets you adjust the strength of the filter by rotating the filter ring. This way, instead of carrying around multiple filters for different lighting conditions, you can carry just one and adjust for your specific shot. It’s the best way to perfectly expose your shot in any shooting scenario.
  • Which Version Should I Get?

    2 - 5 Stop (ND4-32)

    • Works well in your standard outdoor conditions. Cloudy, partly sunny, sunrise/sunset.
    • Great for shooting slow motion when you have to turn your shutter speed up.
    • Shoot with this one when there is less light available. In trees, in shade, or on a hike, when you are shooting indoors.
    • Works well in most lighting conditions to control shutter speed for photo or video.
    • Perfect for everyday videography, vlogging, and YouTube style content creation.

    6 - 9 Stop (ND64-512)

    • Great for shooting in super bright lighting conditions.
    • Sunny beach days or bright snowy days on the slopes. Desert conditions.
    • If you want to shoot at a high aperture life f/1.4
    • Great for getting the slowest possible shutter speed for long exposure photos in the daytime.
    • If your camera has a high base ISO.