Variable Neutral Density Filter by SRs
Combat harsh sunlight with a professional vND filter

$69 Value



Variable neutral density filter (choose size at checkout)

  • $5 US shipping, $10 international.
  • If you're not fully satisfied with the product for any reason, we offer an unconditional refund guarantee.

Capture shallow depth of field even in harsh sunlight.


When you're outside in the harsh sunlight, you're probably shooting at f/8 or higher. Not the best conditions if you want your images to have gorgeous shallow depth of field.

A neutral density filter allows you to stop down the light into your camera a set number of stops. For example, you can shoot at f/2.8 with a 4-stop ND filter, you'll have a light output equal to f/11. Shoot with the shallow depth of field on the f/2.8 without blowing out all the highlights like you normally would.

A variable neutral density filter is even better because you can adjust how much light gets filtered out. You can easily stop down the light anywhere from 2 to 10 stops with just one filter in your camera bag.

So why not just increase the shutter speed? Well you're going to have a big problem when you use your off-camera flashes outdoors. Most flashes can't sync with shutter speeds faster than 1/250, and even if you use high speed sync, you get a huge drop-off in light output.

So how does it work? The vND filter is made up of two high-quality optical glass components. When turned, the glass will adjust the amount of light that is allowed through to your lens.

Rest assured that you are getting a high quality filter when you buy this product. This filter is used exclusively by pro photographer, Scott Robert Lim, and is made of high-quality optical glass to ensure that your images are not degraded by having an extra filter.

(following images were shot with the vND filter from SRs)
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For a limited time, get the vND filters from SRs for only $48.

Buy Now for only $48 until September 12, 2012.
All examples on this page are the sole property of Scott Robert Lim.