If you’ve dabbled in long exposure photography or time-lapses, you understand the value of a good ND filter. And, if you haven’t yet forayed into these adventurous worlds, trust me when I say a good ND filter is every bit as important as the lens to which it attaches.
Now there’s a new player in the ND filter market that can help you step up your game. It’s called the Super Dark and it’s made by Syrp.
Here’s a little bit about this amazing new filter:
It’s a variable ND filter, so you can adjust its filtering power with a simple turn of the filter glass. You get between 5 and 10 stops of adjustable exposure, meaning, you can take gorgeous time-lapse photos in widely varying lighting conditions.
The Super Dark is made of high-quality Japanese glass, and with an HD coating, offers a highly precise and clear result when you take your photographs and make your videos.
Offered in 67mm and 82mm variants, and packaged with step up rings, the Super Dark is compatible with many sizes of lenses, so you can pursue gorgeous long-exposure images in locations from your backyard to the beaches of Hawaii and everywhere in between.
To give the new Super Dark ND filter a run for its money, a group of photographers - Shawn Ogulu, Dean Cothill, and Craig Howes along with Videographer Jacques Crafford - went to Iceland to document its gorgeous landscapes. Armed with the Super Dark, they got some pretty astonishing images, I think you’ll agree!
The Super Dark is on pre-order now. Shipping is slated to begin on December 15, 2016, just in time for the holidays. Remember, a good ND filter will do wonders for your photography and videography. Equip yourself with the best by making the Super Dark your newest piece of kit!