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Marumi DHG ND32 (5 Stops) ND Filter

Marumi DHG ND32 (5 Stops) ND Filter

A DHG ND filter can control the amount of light and adjust the shutter speed, which is effective in preventing blown-out highlights caused by overexposure and degradation of digital image picture quality caused by excessive stopping-down.


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DHG ND8/ND16/ND32/ND64 Controls Exposure Time

A DHG ND filter can control the amount of light and adjust the shutter speed, which is effective in preventing blown-out highlights caused by overexposure and degradation of digital image picture quality caused by excessive stopping-down.
- Greater ND numbers of 8, 16, 32, and 64 results in slower shutter speeds.
- Changing the ND number from 8 to 16 or 32 or 64 controls the amount of light.


ND Filter Light Intensity Density Equivalent
exposure value
DHG ND8 1/8 (12.5%) 0.9 3 stops
DHG ND16 1/16 (6.3%) 1.2 4 stops
DHG ND32 1/32 (3.1%) 1.5 5 stops
DHG ND64 1/64 (1.6%) 1.8 6 stops

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without NDND8ND16ND32ND64


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Realize Correct Exposure by Using ND Filter, Which Controls Light Volume

If the iris of the lens is stopped down drastically, the entire image will become unsharpened (blur small aperture, diffraction phenomenon). ND filter, which can control light volume coming into the lens, can prevent the blurring caused by such an over-stopping down, as well as deterioration in image quality caused by overexposure.


With ND Filter(F5)  

 Without ND Filter(F22)


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