Cokin Filters

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  • Cokin P Series Gradual ND Filter Kit

    • Gradual ND2 filter (P121L) with 1-stop density and hard-edged transition
    • Gradual ND4 filter (P121M) with 2-stop density and hard-edged transition
    • Gradual ND8 filter (P121S) with 3-stop density and soft-edged transition
    • Filter holder and adaptor rings not included
    • P121L FilterP121M FilterP121S Filter
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  • Cokin X405 105mm TH0.75 Adapter

    Cokin 105mm Adapter Ring for X-Pro System

     
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  • Cokin Z Pro ND Graduated Filter Kit WWZZU960

    • Contains Cokin Z-Pro holder with Z306 Filter Wallet plus 3 filters
    • Includes a Z121L Graduated Light ND2 Grey G2 Filter
    • Includes a Z121M Graduated Medium ND4 Grey G2 Filter
    • Includes a Z121S Graduated Soft ND8 Grey G2 Filter
    • This kit does not contain a adapter ring
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  • Cokin P007 Infrared 720 (89B) Round Filter

    This filter is for black and white infrared film when you only want to transmit the infrared spectrum and none of the visible spectrum. Filter factor is determined by the film sensitivity. This filter measures 85 x 85mm and fits the Cokin P series holder.

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  • Cokin P197 Sunset 1 Square Filter

    Sunset 1 (P197) is the milder of the pair, requiring 1 stop of compensation. Sunset 2 (P198) is a stronger effect, requiring 2 stops. Learn More
  • Cokin P series Nuances Filter ND256 (8-Stops)

    Cokin P Nuances Filter ND256 (8-Stops)

    NUANCES filters are dedicated to long exposure outdoor photography or depth of field reduction, especially in filmmaking.

    • Highly resistant tempered Schott Glass B270 with a metallic alloy applied to both sides
    • High transmittance and low reflection
    • Stunning neutrality, completely free of infrared pollution
    • Multiple NUANCES filters can be stacked without colour cast
    • NUANCES filters can be combined with other filters from the CREATIVE Filter System range for unlimited creativity
    • Complete with foam light stopper
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  • Cokin P Series Full ND Filter Kit H300-01

    • ND2 filter (P152) with 1-stop density
    • ND4 filter (P153) with 2-stop density
    • ND8 filter (P154) with 3-stop density
    • Filter holder and adaptor rings not included
    • P152 FilterP153 FilterP154 Filter
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  • Cokin 39mm TH0.5 AD. A439D

    an adaptor ring to allow a Cokin “A” filter holder to fit onto the front of a 49mm threaded lens

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  • Cokin WA2R255 Modular Hood Coupling Ring for A-Series

    Modular Hood Coupling Ring (A255/P255) (A308/P308).Very useful, the Modular Hood can take a coupling ring on its outer edge. Shifting the filters away from the frontal lens makes new creative effects possible.

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  • Cokin P121L Grad Grey G2 LT (ND2) Square Filter

    Cokin P121L Graduated G2 Light Gray Neutral Density Filter - Often it is necessary or desirable to balance the light intensity in one part of a scene with another. This is especially true in situations where you don't have total light control as in bright contrasty landscapes. Exposing for the foreground will produce a washed-out over-exposed sky while exposing for the sky will leave the foreground dark and under-exposed. Cokin graduated gray ND filters are part clear part neutral density. They allow the transition to be blended into the scene often imperceptibly. A ND.6-to-clear with a two stop differential will generally compensate the average bright sky-to-foreground situation and is also the most popular density of the series. Note! This filter measures 84mm wide and fits the Cokin P series holder The Cokin 121 Series of Filters Cokin 121 - ND8 3-stop Graduated Neutral Density Cokin 121F - 3-stop Graduated Neutral Density (Full) Cokin 121L - 1-stop Graduated Neutral Density (Light) Cokin 121M - ND4 2-stop Graduated Neutral Density (Medium) Cokin 121S -3-stop Graduated Neutral Density (Soft) Neutral Density Filters Have Four Main Uses To enable slow shutter speeds to be used especially with high speed films to record movement in subjects such as waterfalls clouds or cars To decrease depth of field by allowing wider apertures to be used which helps separate subjects from their background To decrease the effective ISO of high speed film (above ISO 400) and allow it to be used outdoors in bright situation To allow cine and video cameras (which have fixed shutter speeds) to film subjects such as snow sand or other bright scenes which could cause overexposure

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