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Syrp 67mm Variable Neutral Density Filter Kit

BH #SYNDFS • MFR #SY0002-0007
Syrp 67mm Variable Neutral Density Filter Kit
Key Features
  • Variable 0.3-2.55 Density
  • Reduce Exposure by 1 to 8.5 Stops
  • Greater Control Over Exposure Settings
  • Anti-Reflective and Protective Coating
Offering the versatility to fine-tune exposure reduction between 1 and 8.5 stops, the 67mm Variable Neutral Density Filter Kit from Syrp contains an ND filter along with two step-up rings to further extend its use on lenses of varying diameters. The 0.3-2.55 density can easily be controlled by rotating the front filter ring, allowing you to slow your shutter speed or work with a wider aperture setting than normally required. By offering the ability to adjust different density values, this filter can effectively be used in a wide range of situations and controlled to meet your exposure needs.
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Syrp SY0002 Overview

Offering the versatility to fine-tune exposure reduction between 1 and 8.5 stops, the 67mm Variable Neutral Density Filter Kit from Syrp contains an ND filter along with two step-up rings to further extend its use on lenses of varying diameters. The 0.3-2.55 density can easily be controlled by rotating the front filter ring, allowing you to slow your shutter speed or work with a wider aperture setting than normally required. By offering the ability to adjust different density values, this filter can effectively be used in a wide range of situations and controlled to meet your exposure needs.

The optical glass substrate is set within an aluminum alloy filter ring, which features knurled edges for enhanced grip when manipulating the density value or when installing or removing the filter. Additionally, the ring is visually demarcated with index points for repeatable control when adjusting settings. The glass construction is also coated in order to minimize surface reflections and provide greater image contrast and clarity.

Additionally, also included in this kit are two step up rings-58-67mm and 52-67mm-to further extend the versatility of this filter. Both of these step-up rings enable the attachment of this 67mm filter to lenses of smaller diameters.

Variable density filter allows you to dial in differing amounts of density from scene to scene
0.3 to 2.55 density filter darkens the image, allowing you to photograph with a longer shutter speed or wider aperture than normally required
Providing a reduction of 1 to 8.5 stops, this filter allows you to control depth of field and convey movement more easily
When used by filmmakers, this filter helps to eliminate the rolling shutter effect associated with faster shutter speeds.
Optical glass substrate is coated to minimize surface reflections and glare for greater image contrast and clarity. Additionally, this coating also protects the surface of the filter from fingerprints, scratches, and other elements.
The aluminum alloy filter ring measures 9mm-thick and has front threads for stacking additional filters or attaching a lens cap.
This kit includes two step-up rings to enable the attachment of the 67mm variable ND filter to lenses featuring smaller front filter thread diameters. Both 58-67mm and 52-67mm rings are included, and both are made from 3mm-thick aluminum alloy.

Syrp SY0002 Specs

Filter Type
Variable ND
Density
0.3 (1-Stop) to 2.55 (8.5-Stop)
Size
67 mm Rear Filter Thread 
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet
67 mm
Coatings
Single-Coating
Filter Thickness
0.35" / 9 mm
Filter Material
Glass
Ring Material
Aluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.345 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
4.2 x 4.2 x 1.95"

Syrp SY0002 Reviews

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I see the filter does not protrude from the sides ...

I see the filter does not protrude from the sides like most NDs. Can you use the original lens hood with this filter?
Asked by: Dylan
Most likely, yes, but it depends on the lens and the hood.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-02-21

Will this fit over a 67 mm B&W ND filter on my ...

Will this fit over a 67 mm B&W ND filter on my lens or do I need to remove the ND filter first. Also, will a 67mm lens cap fit on this Syrp ND filter?
Asked by: Steven
If your existing filter has 67mm front filter threads, you can attach a Syrp 67mm Variable Neutral Density Filter to it. It isn't recommended to use more than one ND filter at a time, however. You can attach a 67mm lens cap to this filter.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2021-10-15

Can anyone confirmed which version this is? B&H ...

Can anyone confirmed which version this is? B&H photos show the stop indicators on the side as being lines, but reviews show the indicators being actual numbers.
Asked by: Craig
that is an older photo, yes it has numbers.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-10

I've read and heard online that this filter ...

I've read and heard online that this filter effectively cuts some measure of IR. How true is this?
Asked by: Diego
Syrp does not list any specifications on IR transmittance. Without a listed specification, this is subject to product variance. It is impossible to guarantee a specific IR attenuation.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2020-10-02

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Does this filter have a hard stop at both ends or does it continuously turn?
Asked by: peter
Hey Peter - we have changed the design of the filter to integrate a hard stop, however there are still filters available that are left over from the previous run, so won't have this feature. Unfortunately, due to having various warehouses, we can't be certain which run of filter has been sent out to dealers. If possible, it's best to get in touch directly with B&H to see if they can confirm that the filter you're ordering has a hard stop. Thanks!
Answered by: Ben R. Syrp Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

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I am wondering- if you had two of these filters stacked, would you be able to safely shoot the coming eclipse?? Stop wise it would seem so. I already own one and love this filter.
Asked by: Anonymous
Everything that I have read on Canon's website and the Eclipse 2017 website says NO! Regular ND filters will not work. The filter needs to be photographic filters for solar photography. The danger is damaging the camera sensor, your eyes, and the camera electronics. You want to get a White Light Solar Filter, such as made by StarGuy.
Answered by: William B.
Date published: 2023-10-05

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Will the filter fit into the leather pouch with the 72>82 step up ring attached to it? It is hard to tell from the photos.
Asked by: David
I have two step-ups, only one fits into the leather pouch
Answered by: Roberta T.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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What size Push-On lens cap do I need for this filter? The frame of the filter seems to be larger than 82mm
Asked by: Long
Hey Long T - a standard 82mm snap-on cap will fit the filter. The filter doesn't come with a lens cap, although we recommend you take it off your lens for storage. Otherwise you'll be able to find a lens cap at your local camera store. Thanks!
Answered by: Ben R. Syrp Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25
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