Moondog Labs 52mm Neutral Density Filter (4 Stop)

Moondog Labs 52mm Neutral Density Filter (4 Stop)

Moondog Labs 52mm Neutral Density Filter (4 Stop)

B&H # MO06203 MFR # 06203
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Product Highlights

  • Developed with NiSi Cinema Filter Group
  • Works with All Moondog 52mm Adapters
  • Designed for Mobile
  • CNC-Machined 0.15" Frame
  • Top- and Bottom-Threaded
  • Schott B270 Glass Substrate
  • Dual-Sided Nano and Multilayer Coating
  • Water, Stain, Scratch Resistant
  • Low Color Cast
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This 52mm Neutral Density Filter from Moondog Labs reduces light in your image by four stops, enabling you to slow shutter speeds without overexposing your image. Developed in collaboration with the NiSi Cinema Filter Group, this filter is compatible with all Moondog Labs 52mm filter adapters and is designed with mobile in mind.

The CNC-machined frame has a 52mm thread on top and bottom and measures 0.15" thick. The Schott B270 glass substrate has dual-sided Nano and multilayer anti-reflective coatings with water, stain, and scratch resistance. Low color cast ensures optical clarity.

UPC: 854351006224
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Moondog Labs 52mm Neutral Density Filter (4 Stop)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Filter Type Solid neutral density
    Filter Factor 4 stop
    Shape Circle
    Diameter 52 mm
    Front Thread 52 mm
    Filter Material Schott B270 glass substrate
    Coating Nano & multilayer, dual-sided
    Thickness 0.15" (3.7 mm)
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 2.9 x 2.8 x 0.5"
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