Tilta 95mm Variable ND Filter for Mirage Matte Box

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Tilta 95mm Variable ND Filter for Mirage Matte Box

Key Features
  • Variable Neutral Density Filter
  • Designed for Mirage Matte Box
  • Wireless Control via Optional Motor
  • Fits Lenses with 95mm Front Diameter
  • Reduces Exposure by 1 to 9 Stops
  • Enables Iris to Remain Wide Open
  • Maintain Depth of Field as Light Changes
  • Can Use Lightweight Clamp-On Adapter
SKU: MB-T16-VND Categories: , ,
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Reduce the exposure of your image without touching the iris, ISO, or shutter speed by using the 95mm Variable ND Filter for Mirage Matte Box from Tilta. It slides into the Mirage, or it can be clamped directly onto a 95mm lens with the Lightweight Filter Clamp-On Adapter (available separately).

The Variable ND reduces the exposure by 1 to 9 stops, enabling you to keep the iris wide open for a shallow depth of field, abide by the 180° rule regarding shutter speed, and optimize your ISO to boost dynamic range. Rotate the VND, either by hand or via an optional wireless motor, to find the density that blocks the maximum amount of extraneous light, freeing the other elements of the camera to pursue a specific artistic effect.

Color Fidelity throughout Entire Range
This variable ND filter is designed to have a minimal impact on the color of the light that reaches your sensor.
For the Mirage Matte Box
This variable ND slides snugly into the Tilta Mirage, ensuring that a lens with a 95mm front diameter is perfectly covered. Alternatively, it can be clamped directly onto the lens via the Lightweight Filter Clamp-On Adapter (available separately).
Compatible with the Wireless Motor
The module that controls the VND rotation is compatible with the Tilta Wireless Motor (available separately), enabling camera operators to remotely control the variable ND’s rotation to find its desired effect.
The Physics of Variable Neutral Density Filters
Variable NDs consist of two polarized layers that block increasingly more light the closer to perpendicular they are to one another. This ND has hard stops before reaching the maximum and minimum settings to prevent unwanted X-pattern interference and reduce autofocus and light metering issues caused by the polarized layers.