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52mm ND2 .3 Neutral Density Filter Anti-Reflective Coated made in JAPAN
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52mm ND2 .3 Neutral Density Filter Anti-Reflective Coated made in JAPAN

This is a high quality glass filter, coated on both sides or "double coated" as it is commonly referred to, made by Omega.
These filters are actually the made under contract by HOYA but labeled as Omega. They are the same as the Blue label coated HOYA filters, made in JAPAN.
The anti-reflective coating reduces surface reflections, allowing maximum light transmission. Reduces or eliminates the possibility of flare or unwanted reflections in your photographs. The filter ring is metal and threaded on both sides.
As we all get further and further into the digital photography abyss we are loosing our focus. What is it we all want? Snapshots for the most part, really great photos of a memorable place, and once in a while something cool. Well the snapshots are easy, great photographs require a little bit of knowledge but it's mainly all about composition, and finally something cool. The cool shots require taking the camera off auto and taking some manual shots. The great thing about digital is you can check your work as you go.

Here is the generic description used by all the retail stores to sell this filter.

These filters reduce the amount of light passing through the camera lens without changing the color of the scene.  They are especially useful in bright light conditions to help prevent overexposure.  Neutral Density filters also allow proper exposure at a wider lens opening for reduced depth-of-field to highlight a key subject by making the foreground and/or background out of focus.
  • Eliminates overly bright, washed-out images
  • Balances exposure
  • Controls depth-of-field
  • Allows slower shutter speeds to produce blurred motion effects
This description is fine if you have some understanding of photography. If not it doesn't mean much and is not very convincing, a shame.
I like to explain things so everyone can understand it.
Here's the question.
What do you do when you go outside on a bright sunny day? OK, besides put on sunscreen, a hat maybe, ok, and shorts, ok, and flip flops, BUT how about on your EYES?
Sunglasses perhaps? Of course you do and why? To see better.
Same goes for the camera, it needs sunglasses. That is what this filter is, a sunglass lens.
Now that you understand that you will see the benefits of this filter. Here's some example shots taken in the yard of some flowers.

Without Filter





With Filter




Now here's some examples taken on the street of cars, not that these are pictures you would want to remember but it's a good example of the possibilities.

Without Filter





With Filter




Now for something cool and memorable. We have all seen the real cool pictures of a waterfall where the water looks like heavenly mist. That is the most common use of the filter and here's my shot of the river running after a hard rain.



I hope you have found this to be both entertaining and informative. The filter is brand new as pictured, works for still photos or video.
Now get out there and take some pictures!
Don't forget the SUNGLASSES!

$12.95
52mm ND4 .6 Neutral Density Filter Anti-Reflective Coated made in JAPAN
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52mm ND4 .6 Neutral Density Filter Anti-Reflective Coated made in JAPAN

This is a high quality glass filter, coated on both sides or "double coated" as it is commonly referred to, made by Omega. 

These filters are actually the made under contract by HOYA but labeled as Omega. They are the same as the Blue label coated HOYA filters, made in JAPAN.

The anti-reflective coating reduces surface reflections, allowing maximum light transmission. Reduces or eliminates the possibility of flare or unwanted reflections in your photographs. The filter ring is metal and threaded on both sides.

As we all get further and further into the digital photography abyss we are loosing our focus. What is it we all want? Snapshots for the most part, really great photos of a memorable place, and once in a while something cool. Well the snapshots are easy, great photographs require a little bit of knowledge but it's mainly all about composition, and finally something cool. The cool shots require taking the camera off auto and taking some manual shots. The great thing about digital is you can check your work as you go.

Here is the generic description used by all the retail stores to sell this filter.

These filters reduce the amount of light passing through the camera lens without changing the color of the scene.  They are especially useful in bright light conditions to help prevent overexposure.  Neutral Density filters also allow proper exposure at a wider lens opening for reduced depth-of-field to highlight a key subject by making the foreground and/or background out of focus.
  • Eliminates overly bright, washed-out images
  • Balances exposure
  • Controls depth-of-field
  • Allows slower shutter speeds to produce blurred motion effects
This description is fine if you have some understanding of photography. If not it doesn't mean much and is not very convincing, a shame.
I like to explain things so everyone can understand it.
Here's the question.
What do you do when you go outside on a bright sunny day? OK, besides put on sunscreen, a hat maybe, ok, and shorts, ok, and flip flops, BUT how about on your EYES?
Sunglasses perhaps? Of course you do and why? To see better.
Same goes for the camera, it needs sunglasses. That is what this filter is, a sunglass lens.
Now that you understand that you will see the benefits of this filter. Here's some example shots taken in the yard of some flowers.

Without Filter


With Filter


Now here's some examples taken on the street of cars, not that these are pictures you would want to remember but it's a good example of the possibilities.

Without Filter


With Filter


Now for something cool and memorable. We have all seen the real cool pictures of a waterfall where the water looks like heavenly mist. That is the most common use of the filter and here's my shot of the river running after a hard rain.



I hope you have found this to be both entertaining and informative. The filter is brand new as pictured, works for still photos or video.

Now get out there and take some pictures!

Don't forget the SUNGLASSES!
$14.95
52mm Nikon 85B Camera Lens Filter
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52mm Nikon 85B Camera Lens Filter

Boxed old stock in new condition! 
$29.95
1 in stock
52mm Omega 80A Filter
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52mm Omega 80A Filter

Brand new in factory sealed packaging.

This light blue filter is use primarily as a color correcting "cooling" filter. The 80A filter will increase color temperature, correcting the yellow cast of tungsten lights to a natural appearance on daylight film. May also be used to correct the reddish-yellow light of late afternoon or early morning. Filter factor of 2.4=1 2/3 stop exposure adjustment.
$7.95
52mm Omega 80B Filter
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52mm Omega 80B Filter

Brand new in factory sealed packaging.

This light blue filter is used primarily as a color correcting "cooling" filter. The 80B filter will increase color temperature, correcting the slight yellow cast of Photoflood lamps to Daylight balance. May also be used outdoors to correct the yellow light found early morning or late afternoon. Filter Factor 2=1 stop exposure adjustment.
$7.95
52mm Omega 81A Filter
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52mm Omega 81A Filter

Brand new in factory sealed packaging.

This pale orange filter is used primarily as a color correcting "warming" filter. The 81A filter will decrease color temperature, correcting the blue cast found outdoors in overcast weather or in open shade of trees or buildings. Also corrects bluish cast of electronic flash exposure to produce more pleasing tones. May be used to increase overall warmth of a photograph. Filter factor of 1.4=1/2 stop exposure adjustment. 
$9.95
52mm Omega 81B Filter
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52mm Omega 81B Filter

Brand new in factory sealed packaging.

This pale orange filter is slightly stronger than the 81A and is used primarily as a color correcting "warming" filter. The 81B will decrease color temperature, correcting the blue cast found outdoors in overcast weather or in open heavy shade of trees or buildings. Filter factor of 1.4=1/2 stop exposure adjustment.
$9.95
1 in stock
52mm Omega FL-DAY Filter
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52mm Omega FL-DAY Filter

Brand new in factory sealed packaging.

This light magenta filter is used primarily to correct the greenish yellow cast produced by fluorescent daylight balanced lighting. With daylight rated film, this filter will reduce or eliminate the distinct cast caused by fluorescent lights. Filter factor of 2=1 stop exposure adjustment.
$7.95
52mm Prinz 80A Coated Camera Lens Filter
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52mm Prinz 80A Coated Camera Lens Filter

Boxed old stock in new condition!
$5.95
1 in stock
52mm Prinz Skylight Camera Lens Filter
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52mm Prinz Skylight Camera Lens Filter

Boxed old stock in new condition! 
$5.95
1 in stock
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