Schneider-Kreuznach presented its first Full Spectrum Neutral Density Filter (FSND) at the IBC. ND gradient filters are used to selectively darken an excessively bright part of a scene, such as the sky, without changing the rest of the image. The new Full Spectrum ND filter from Schneider-Kreuznach reduces the amount of light in the entire visible spectrum and the near infrared range, even at high densities, so that no color cast occurs in the image.
The Full Spectrum ND gradient filter from Schneider-Kreuznach follows the natural shading in the gray gradient to enable more uniform exposure of the image. The ND coating is applied between two crystal-clear glasses
and thus protected from wear and tear and the high demands of film production. The entire Full Spectrum ND filter line is colour-coordinated and can be used in combination with each other.
Schneider-Kreuznach Full Spectrum ND gradient filter
The new Schneider-Kreuznach FSND graduated filters will be available in the sizes 4" x 5.65"" and 6.6" x 6.6" as well as with soft and hard transitions and in 5 densities from 0.3 to 1. from January 2020 at prices starting at 459 euros.