Tiffen 77mm Graduated 0.6 ND Filter

BH #TIGND.677 • MFR #77CGND6
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Tiffen 77mm Graduated 0.6 ND Filter
Key Features
  • 2 Stop Graduated Neutral Density Filter
  • Reduce Exposure in Selective Areas
  • ColorCore Technology
The Tiffen 77mm Graduated 0.6 ND Filter is a graduated neutral density filter that helps to specifically darken skies and other bright areas of the image. The filter is densest at the edge and tapers to clear by the middle, with a feathered line between the density and clear areas. Neutral density filters do not affect the coloration of the image and the 0.6 density provides a 2 stop reduction in light from entering the lens.
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Tiffen 77CGND6 Overview

The Tiffen 77mm Graduated 0.6 ND Filter is a graduated neutral density filter that helps to specifically darken skies and other bright areas of the image. The filter is densest at the edge and tapers to clear by the middle, with a feathered line between the density and clear areas. Neutral density filters do not affect the coloration of the image and the 0.6 density provides a 2 stop reduction in light from entering the lens.

Tiffen filters are made using ColorCore technology, a process that involves laminating the filter substrate between 2 pieces of optical glass, grinding flat to a tolerance of 1/10,000th of an inch, and then mounting to precision metal rings.

0.6 ND graduated filter for darkening skies and other bright areas of the image.
Feathered edge is neither soft nor hard, providing a natural-appearing taper between the density and clear areas of the filter.
Neutral density filters do not affect the overall coloration of the image.
UPC: 049383050424

Tiffen 77CGND6 Specs

Filter TypeGraduated ND
Graduation TypeSoft Edge
Density0.6 (2-Stop)
Circular Size77 mm Filter Thread
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet77 mm
Filter MaterialGlass
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.18 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.35 x 3.6 x 0.55"
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Does this filter have IR Cut. Have you noticed ...

Does this filter have IR Cut. Have you noticed any IR pollution affecting your image quality?
Asked by: Miles
As per the manufacturer, this filter has no IR cut nor IR pollution when using it.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2019-11-06

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I am not certain whether I should use a neutral density or polarizing filter for the photography I do.At present, I shoot a lot of landscape, nature, waterfalls, lakes, ponds and close up I wish to shoot photos that are well contrasted and have that jump off the page type of distinct quality. Well saturated photos, vibrant colors, no wash outs are also my hope and objective. Is this level of neutrality serve my objectives. Should the ND and polarizer be graduated?. If so, why? I own a Nikon D90, 3000 and 7000What do you suggest?
Asked by: Anonymous
I would suggest getting a polarizer for the type of image you want. A circular polarizer will saturate blues and enrich color. A circular polarizer is essentially 3 stops of a ND filter as it is, but it is rotate-able. A neutral density filter is more useful in applications where you would want to blur water or shoot wide open for long exposures. Take a look at the B+W 77mm Kaesemann XS-Pro Circular Polarizer MRC Nano Filter, which is one of the highest quality circular polarizers available: http://bhpho.to/1ke87X9
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2020-08-25

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Is this a hard edge or a soft edge?
Asked by: Michael
soft edge
Answered by: Tiffen Support Tiffen Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27

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I am looking into buying this filter for shooting sunrises and sets where the mountains and forests are very shade compared to the sky. Should I go for something darker or lighter?
Asked by: Max R.
I have a .6 and it works well in most situations. I personally would like to have one a little darker for extreme contrast differences especially if you don't have time to wait for good light.
Answered by: THOMAS J R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can this filter rotate on its own even if the filter thread on my lens is non-rotatable?
Asked by: Anonymous
This filter can be rotated within the filter rings, it does not have a separate rotating ring like on a circular polarizing filter.
Answered by: Tiffen Support Tiffen Expert
Date published: 2018-08-27
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