LEE Filters 67mm Wide-Angle Lens Adapter Ring for 100mm System Filter Holder

BH #LEARWA67 • MFR #WAR067
LEE Filters
LEE Filters 67mm Wide-Angle Lens Adapter Ring for 100mm System Filter Holder
Key Features
  • For Wide-Angle Lenses
  • Fits Lenses with 67mm Filter Threads
  • For 100mm System Filter Holder
  • Helps Prevent Vignetting
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This 67mm Adapter Ring from LEE Filters is designed to enable the use of a LEE Filters 100mm System filter holder on a wide-angle lens while helping to prevent vignetting. It is compatible with lenses that feature 67mm front filter threads and features an aluminum-alloy construction for durability while remaining lightweight.

LEE Filters WAR Overview

This 67mm Adapter Ring from LEE Filters is designed to enable the use of a LEE Filters 100mm System filter holder on a wide-angle lens while helping to prevent vignetting. It is compatible with lenses that feature 67mm front filter threads and features an aluminum-alloy construction for durability while remaining lightweight.

UPC: 619465011997

LEE Filters WAR Specs

Compatible Lens Filter Thread67 mm
Filter Holder System CompatibilityLEE Filters 100 mm
MaterialAluminum
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.11 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.05 x 3.95 x 0.55"
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Can this be used with the new Lee100 filter ...

Can this be used with the new Lee100 filter holder system?
Asked by: Ronaldo
Yes.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-03

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Would this be necessary for a 35mm focal length or is the regular 67mm adapter ring fine for that focal length?
Asked by: Thomas
Sometimes I have 5 plus the Pola!! Looks stupid on the lens but its the only way for me sometimes. Mainly ND's and ND grads. I do automotive photography so I need shutter speeds of 4-8 seconds in daylight and can't use 10 stop as it's too much so I need combinations of .3, .6, .9 to get the correct shutter speeds at a constant f16. The Lees are the 3rd set of filters and the one thing I learnt from going from kit to kit is to do it right the first time!! Would have saved myself a lot of headaches - and money. Hence, my comment about freedom to expand in the future.
Answered by: Paul B.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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