Hoya 67mm ProND-100000 Neutral Density 5.0 Solar Filter (16.6 Stops)

BH #HOND10000067 • MFR #XPD-67ND100000
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Hoya 67mm ProND-100000 Neutral Density 5.0 Solar Filter (16.6 Stops)
Key Features
  • For Safe Solar Eclipse Photography
  • 100,000x Filter Factor, 16.6 Stop
  • Allows Reduced Shutter Speed
  • Enables Wider Aperture and Long Exposure
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The Hoya 67mm ProND-100000 Neutral Density 5.0 Solar Filter provides a 16.6-stop exposure reduction, and its 5.0 density creates a darkening of the entire image with a 0.001% transmittance that is effective for solar and solar eclipse photography. With this filter, users can capture photographs with a wider aperture or a slower shutter speed than normally required. The filter material provides an accurate neutral color rendition without any noticeable color-cast to the images, and its vapor-deposition application to the glass lens ensures an even and consistent layer. An aluminum-alloy filter ring holds the filter for durability while remaining lightweight. The filter is not suitable for direct solar viewing with the naked eye, and should only be used for photography purposes.
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$129.95

Important Notice

  • This item is nonreturnable.
SAFETY FIRST: Observing the Sun without the proper protection may result in serious personal injury, including permanent eye damage and blindness, and/or damage to equipment. Never point an optic at the sun without an approved solar filter on the front of the optic. For direct solar viewing, viewing the sun through an optic, or when using cameras with an optical viewfinder, ensure your filter is ISO 12312-2 (also written as ISO 12312-2:2015) certified. Never use photographic neutral density filters for direct solar viewing, viewing the sun through an optic, or when using cameras with an optical viewfinder.

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Hoya XPD-67ND100000 Overview

The Hoya 67mm ProND-100000 Neutral Density 5.0 Solar Filter provides a 16.6-stop exposure reduction, and its 5.0 density creates a darkening of the entire image with a 0.001% transmittance that is effective for solar and solar eclipse photography. With this filter, users can capture photographs with a wider aperture or a slower shutter speed than normally required. The filter material provides an accurate neutral color rendition without any noticeable color-cast to the images, and its vapor-deposition application to the glass lens ensures an even and consistent layer. An aluminum-alloy filter ring holds the filter for durability while remaining lightweight. The filter is not suitable for direct solar viewing with the naked eye, and should only be used for photography purposes.

UPC: 024066066435

Hoya XPD-67ND100000 Specs

TypeNeutral density
Size67mm
Grade5.0
Filter Factor100,000x
Multi-CoatedYes
RotatingNot specified by manufacturer
EffectNot specified by manufacturer
ApplicationSolar and solar eclipse photography
Color TemperatureN/A
ConstructionFilter: Optical glass
Ring: Aluminum
Front Filter Thread Size Not specified by manufacturer
Front Lens Cap SizeNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.17 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.9 x 3.8 x 0.7"
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Hi there. I would like to know if filter Hoya 67mm Prond-100000 Densidad Neutra 5.0 Solar Filtro (16. Is ok for nikon P900 ???
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, I use it on my Nikon P900 and it’s absolutely fine.
Answered by: Manu
Date published: 2020-12-11

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What color will the sun appear through this filter?
Asked by: David F.
The last Image in the Photo's of this Filter show's what the Sun looks like through this Filter.
Answered by: Alex S.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Will you need to remove this filter during the total eclipse to see & photograph anything?
Asked by: Eugene O.
Yes, it becomes very dark once totality is reached. I have my filter mounted on a bayonet adapter that fits the lens hood bayonet on the front of the lens. This way I can remove and re-attach the filter quickly and easily.
Answered by: William M.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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