The ND filter was a must have with my Nikon 10-24mm wide angle lens. Used on a beach landscape shooting trip. The ND filter allowed us to take images in daylight and be able to slow down shutter speeds to get that soft water effect. With out the ND filter our shooting time would have been very limited at sunset. After renting these, I'll definitely be picking up a set of these! Easy to attach, just screws right on the end of the lens. You can stack them to get the desired darkness your needing.
Neutral Density 8x 77mm Filter
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The 77mm Neutral Density (NDX8) 0.9 Filter has several uses and offers the possibility to achieve otherwise unachievable results. ND filters appear gray and reduce the amount of light reaching the sensor. They have no effect on color balance.
Multi-coated to minimize reflection at the filter surfaces which reduces flare and ghosting.
Neutral Density filters have four main uses
Neutral Density Factors
Rented this ND filter to shoot a timelapse sequence in bright daylight with my Canon 10-22mm EF-S lens. It was thin enough to avoid any vignetting at 10 mm. I also tested the variable ND 77mm filter (in person at the San Carlos HQ) on the 10-22mm, but it is too thick and vignettes majorly at wide angles. This ND worked as expected, was able to use longer exposure to blur motion in the timelapse. I'll be renting this again in the future I'm sure, or might just buy one to always have.