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B+W 77mm MRC 106M ND 1.8 Filter (6-Stop)

BH #BW106MC77 • MFR #66-1066168
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B+W 77mm MRC 106M ND 1.8 Filter (6-Stop)
Key Features
  • 64x Filter Factor, 6-Stop
  • Darkens Entire Image
  • Allows Reduced Shutter Speed
  • Allows Wider Aperture
The B+W 77mm MRC 106M ND 1.8 Filter is a neutral density filter with a 64x filter factor that provides a 6-stop exposure reduction. Its 1.8 density creates a darkening of the entire image, allowing you to photograph with a wider aperture or slower shutter speed than normally required. By increasing the aperture or slowing your exposure time, you can control depth of field and convey movement more easily. Neutral density filters do not affect the coloration of the image and are ideal for pairing with other filters.
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B+W 106M Overview

The B+W 77mm MRC 106M ND 1.8 Filter is a neutral density filter with a 64x filter factor that provides a 6-stop exposure reduction. Its 1.8 density creates a darkening of the entire image, allowing you to photograph with a wider aperture or slower shutter speed than normally required. By increasing the aperture or slowing your exposure time, you can control depth of field and convey movement more easily. Neutral density filters do not affect the coloration of the image and are ideal for pairing with other filters.

To prevent internal ghosting and reflections, each glass surface includes eight layers of anti-reflection coating. This Multi-Resistant Coating (MRC) also offers greater protection to the filter substrate and helps it to stay clean for longer than with uncoated filters. B+W filters are constructed from Schott glass for increased optical clarity. This filter features an F-Pro brass filter ring for durability as well as jamming prevention.

1.8 neutral density filter darkens the image, allowing you to photograph with a longer shutter speed or wider aperture than normally required
Providing a 6-stop exposure reduction, this filter allows you to control depth of field and convey movement more easily
Filter does not affect coloration of the image and is ideal for use with other filters
Multi-coated to prevent internal ghosting and reflections
Constructed from Schott glass for optical clarity
F-Pro brass filter ring helps to prevent jamming and provides additional strength
Plastic case included for storage and transport

B+W 106M Specs

Filter TypeSolid ND
Density1.8 (6-Stop)
Circular Size77 mm Filter Thread
RotatingNo
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet77 mm
CoatingsMulti-Coating
Filter MaterialGlass
Ring MaterialBrass
KnurlingTop
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.17 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.75 x 3.7 x 0.8"
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will it vignette on 70-200mm full frame?
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Is this filter too dark to focus / compose with the filter already mounted?
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It depends of course on the amount of ambient lighting in your shot. My work flow is to focus first, shoot to check focus, exposure, and composition. You really need to see the image properly expose before adding the filter. Then I shoot a few images with various shutter speeds with the filter on. Eventually you will become intuitive about your exposure times.
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Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is the MRC worth the additional investment? I do have the 10 Stop MRC and 1 single coated 3 stop both are great.
Asked by: TERRY B.
I can only comment that I bought a B+W ND filter to replace a Hoya that had very quickly become damaged by exposure to (I believe) salt spray. The Hoya ND coating was not slick to a cotton cloth, and was, to my experience, not durable at all. The B+W seems to be better constructed.
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