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58MM Gradual Color Orange Blending Lens Filter for ANY Camera Lens with 58MM Filter Thread
New 58mm Graduated Filter Gradual Color Orange83% (11)
Often it is necessary or desirable to balance the light intensity in one part of a scene with another. This is especially true in situations where you don't have total light control, as in bright contrast landscapes. Sometimes it is also desirable to add color to part of the photograph. For example, Transform an average sunrise or sunset into something spectacular. Fabricated from our high-quality color graduated filters which are color toned in one half of the filter and are smoothly graduated into the clear portion.
Some simple techniques and some basic filters can make a huge difference in your sunrise and sunset photos. No other filter has done as much to improve landscape photography as the graduated filter. Add color selectively while leaving the rest of scene unaffected. Half color, half clear with a graduated density transition for smooth blending into the scene, Gradual orange filters can be very useful for enhancing a grey and lackluster sky by giving it a sunnier aspect, something that a polarizing filter cannot do under these circumstances. Using the right gradual orange filter will ensure that the image maintains a natural appearance.
See the pictures below for comparative shots with and without the use of this filter. The Graduated Filter we offer is double thread with 52mm, 55mm, 58mm, 67mm and 72mm for lens of 52mm, 55mm, 58mm, 67mm and 72mm in our shop. We recommend you to choose the suitable ones for your camera.
package contents: 1 x 58mm Graduated Filter Orange
This item is 100% Brand New. Never used. It comes with 3 Months Warranty by Seller.
Olympus Zuiko 7-14mm (with lens cap removed)
Super High Grade (SHG) zoom lens in ultra-wide angle range. Lens hood is non-removable tulip type and is made of metal with matte finishing. The lens cap is also made of metal and covers the entire lens hood, which in turn, protects the highly spherical front element (it looks like a fish eye). Because of that, it does not take filters. Weird enough, the signature Olympus blue-and-silver band is not present, only a matte silver band. At time of writing, the street price is around $1,500 (I rented this one). Autofocus type is focus-by-wire type, typical of Olympus lenses. It is all electronic controlled, meaning you cannot do manual override simply by turning the MF wheel. The MF wheel also does not function when the camera is turned off. I personally do not find it a problem, but people who are used to full time manual focus will find it discerning. Since it is not a SWD, the focus is not very quiet, but still focus accurately. On 7mm end, however, it does not focus very far even when it's on infinite. It appears it works more like a fish eye lens where you must stand close to the subject, except this lens the distortion is controlled and behaves like a typical ultra wide angle (very exaggerated at corners but not as dramatic like a fish eye). It is an internal and floating focus lens. When one turns the zoom wheel, the front spherical element will extend or retract a little bit (around 1/4 inch range) but never extrude the lens hood. All HG and higher grade lenses have standard feature of weather proof and focus distance meter. All metal lens barrel body construction, including lens mount, with fiber glass reinforced plastic coating outside. Made in Japan. Specification (from Olympus website): Focal Length: 7-14 mm (14mm-28mm 35mm equiv.) Maximum Aperture: f4 Minimum Aperture: f22 Closest Focusing Distance: 0.25m (9.84 inch) Dimensions: Diameter: 86.5mm (3.41 inch) Length: 119.5mm (4.70 inch) Weight: 780g (27.51 oz) Filter Size: Does not take filter Auto Focus: Focus-by-wire Maximum Magnification: 0.11x (0.22x 35mm equiv.) Lens construction: 18 Elements in 12 groups. Including 2 Super ED, 1 ED, 1 ED aspherical, and 1 aspherical lens Number of Blades: 7 (circular aperture diaphragm) Angle of View: 114 to 75 degree Compatible with telephoto converter EC-14 with AF. EC-20 is MF only. Not compatible with macro extension tube (EX-25).YAKUMO 50mm F0.95 TV LENS
Leica M8 + YAKUMO 50mm F0.95 TV LENS (modified Leica M mount) It was a manual iris C-mount lens for the 1" CCD machine vision. The lens was modified by a Japanese specialist "Mr. Miyazaki". It modified into the Leica M mount is focussing to 0.7m from infinity. But, There aren't any focus indication on the barrel. Lens Construction : unknown Smallest Aperture : F16 Picture Angle : 45° ? Aperture Blades : 8 Nearest Distance : 0.7m (It works with the range finder!!!) Diameter x Length : ?65mm x 71mm Filter Size : 62mm Weight : about 420g Mount : Leica M mount This lens makes a very gentle picture! I think that it's in the lens of the standard such as Navitron and Senko that this lens is the same and OEM relations.
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