Hoya 72mm White Mist Filter

BH #HOWM72 • MFR #S-72WMIST
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Hoya 72mm White Mist Filter
Key Features
  • Subtle Softening Effect
  • Gives Strong Highlights a Soft Glow
  • Ideal for Portraiture
  • Aluminum Alloy Filter Ring
Helping to produce a subtle overall softening effect, the 72mm White Mist Filter from Hoya is well-suited for portraiture applications. In addition to the softer appearance, this filter's white sheen also works to create a glowing quality to strong highlights for an ethereal and dreamy quality.
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Hoya S-72WMIST Overview

Helping to produce a subtle overall softening effect, the 72mm White Mist Filter from Hoya is well-suited for portraiture applications. In addition to the softer appearance, this filter's white sheen also works to create a glowing quality to strong highlights for an ethereal and dreamy quality.

This filter is constructed from optical glass and is set within an aluminum alloy ring, which features 72mm front threads for stacking additional filters or attaching a lens cap.

Produces a controlled softening effect across the entire scene.
Renders strong highlights with a soft glow for a dream-like appearance.
Glowing effect and subdued sharpness provide an overall soft, flattering look for portraiture.
Optical glass substrate and aluminum alloy filter ring.
UPC: 024066050366

Hoya S-72WMIST Specs

Circular Size72 mm Filter Thread
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.2 x 3.6 x 0.6"
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How does the hoya white and black mist filters compare in strength to the tiffen pro-mist measures of 1/8 1/4 etc.?
Asked by: Jacobo
It is very dificult to compare creative effect filters as your opinion may be quite diferent than another person. I would suggest the oder them and test for your self to determine what suites you. I personaly prefer Hoya.
Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2020-08-31
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