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B+W MRC Nano Master #810 ND3.0 Filter (62mm)

BH #BW810M62 • MFR #66-1101613
B+W MRC Nano Master #810 ND3.0 Filter (62mm)
Key Features
  • 3.0 Solid Neutral Density Filter
  • 1000x Filter Factor, +10 Stops
  • Darkens Entire Image Area
  • Allows Reduced Shutter Speed
This 62mm MRC Nano Master #810 ND3.0 Filter from B+W is a precision-crafted neutral density filter that reduces an exposure by 10 stops for finer control over exposure settings. By increasing the density evenly across the entire image area, the depth of field can be reduced to help isolate the image subject, even in brightly lit conditions. In addition, the shutter speed can be reduced to increase image blur and enhance the sense of movement, or smooth out the look of rushing water.
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Is this the same thread pitch as Leica e39 ...

Is this the same thread pitch as Leica e39 filters? Would it work with 39mm threaded Leica lenses (eg summicron)?
Asked by: Michael
Yes, the B+W MRC Nano Master #806 ND1.8 Filter (39mm) has the same thread pitch as Leica e39 filters. It would work with 39mm threaded Leica lenses (eg Summicron).
Answered by: samikg
Date published: 2023-06-28

Is the front thread of 82 mm B+W MRC Nano Master ...

Is the front thread of 82 mm B+W MRC Nano Master #803 ND0.9 Filter still 82 mm? Can I put on a 82 mm CPL in front of this 82 mm ND filter? Thanks
Asked by: Sourav
Yes, this B+W MRC Nano Master #803 ND0.9 Filter (82mm) does have a front thread.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-09-08

Can this filter be stacked with other 67mm ND ...

Can this filter be stacked with other 67mm ND filters?
Asked by: Robert
Yes, it is possible to stack this B+W MRC Nano Master #802 ND 0.6 Filter with other 67mm filters. However, it's important to note that the risk of vignetting would be higher when stacking more than one filter at a time and if the lens has a wide angle focal length.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-08-22

What does MRC mean?

What does MRC mean?
Asked by: Elaine
MRC on the B+W MRC Nano Master #803 ND0.9 Filter (72mm) stands for Multi Resistant Coating Besides protecting the filter it helps with reducing flair.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2023-10-15

What is the difference between this and MFR ...

What is the difference between this and MFR #1089228? Seems like one has a knurled edge and one doesn't - is that it?
Asked by: Ryan
Both filters are thinner to prevent vignetting on wide angle lenses, but the B+W 67mm MRC Nano Master #806 ND1.8 Filter would offer the knurled edge on the ring as the only difference.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-12-28

Can this be used with an f/16 aperture to safely ...

Can this be used with an f/16 aperture to safely photograph a partial eclipse on a mirrorless camera?
Asked by: Nathan
A ND Filter of 16 stops or higher is recommended to photograph the solar eclipse, or else you are at risk of damage.
Answered by: Ejona G
Date published: 2024-04-07

Does this B+W ND filter have front and rear ...

Does this B+W ND filter have front and rear threads?
Asked by: Edwin
Yes B+W MRC Nano Master #806 ND1.8 Filter (82mm) has 82mm front threads.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2022-06-14
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