B+W 40.5mm MRC 110M ND 3.0 Filter (10-Stop)

BH #BW110MC40.5 • MFR #66-1070681
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B+W 40.5mm MRC 110M ND 3.0 Filter (10-Stop)
Key Features
  • 1000x Filter Factor, 10-Stop
  • Darkens Entire Image
  • Allows Reduced Shutter Speed
  • Allows Wider Aperture
The B+W 40.5mm MRC 110M ND 3.0 Filter is a neutral density filter with a 1000x filter factor that provides a 10-stop exposure reduction. Its 3.0 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 110M Overview

The B+W 40.5mm MRC 110M ND 3.0 Filter is a neutral density filter with a 1000x filter factor that provides a 10-stop exposure reduction. Its 3.0 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.

3.0 neutral density filter darkens the image, allowing you to photograph with a longer shutter speed or wider aperture than normally required
Providing a 10-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 110M Specs

Filter TypeSolid ND
Density3.0 (10-Stop)
Circular Size40.5 mm Filter Thread
RotatingNo
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet40.5 mm
CoatingsMulti-Coating
Filter MaterialGlass
Ring MaterialBrass
KnurlingTop
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.6 x 2.6 x 0.6"
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Is it worth the extra $40? I'm deciding between this and the same filter without the MRC. Is the difference between the two that noticeable?Also, I have the Tiffen 77mm variable neutral density filter (2-8 stops). Could I stack it with the 10 stop ND filter to get an even longer exposure? I'm trying to capture a lot of cloud movement on very bright days and clear busy areas (lots of people are in the shot). Any cons in doing so? Thanks in advance
Asked by: Latisha C.
Yes, it is worth it. If you are comparing images taken with both filters side-by-side, the MRC filters will typically have less flare/glare caused by internal reflections inside your lens from attaching a filter to your lens, and as such, would have slightly better contrast and saturation (flare/glare reduce saturation and contrast). Is it hugely noticeable? Well, that depends on if you know what you are looking for and the amount of flare/glare. In sever cases of flare, most everyone can notice its affect on the image. In less extreme cases, it may depend on knowing the lens' performance without the filter to know/see if you are having issues with flare, but I personally prefer to use MRC filters so it is one less thing I have to worry about. In regards to your second inquiry, yes, you may stack filters, as the B+W 77mm 3.0 ND MRC 110M Filter does have 77mm front filter threads. Stacking ND filters will lower the amount of light entering the camera, so you will end up with a longer exposure. The con would be as you add more filters to the lens' optical formula, you run the risk of glare/flare and reducing sharpness. However, you would simply have to weigh the need of extra density using the filters (and getting a shot you could not otherwise capture) to optimum image quality. In most cases, if it is the only way I could get the particular shot I envisioned or metered for, then I would stack the filters. It would be a personal (artistic) decision; there is no right/wrong answer.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-12-26

Difference between 110M and Xs-pro version which ...

Difference between 110M and Xs-pro version which is +$80 more?
Asked by: Patrick
The answer is the "Nano coating associated with XS-Pro filters provides an additional eighth layer over the MRC, resulting in an improved beading effect when in contact with water for greater cleaning efficiency."
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2019-06-17

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Can this filter be used with the Vello LHF-X100B Dedicated Lens Hood on a Fuji x100t
Asked by: Alfred J.
Yes, this filter will work with the Vello LHF-X100B Dedicated Lens Hood on a Fuji x100t.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I want to buy this filter.I'll be in San Francisco a few days. how much time takes the usual shipment? Have a nice day.
Asked by: Zdenko J.
You may calculate your actual shipping options/order totals by adding the items you want to a shopping cart. It will then list the shipping options, descriptions, ETA's and fees to your location.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Will this filter fit into the Filter draw on the Nikon 200-400mm and other large telephotos?
Asked by: jedd r.
While it may work, unfortunately, Nikon states they cannot confirm if third party filters are compatible with the lens. The lens does state that it uses 52mm filters, so if it is thin enough, it should work, but I cannot obtain confirmation from Nikon, and we are unable to test the configuration. If you do own the lens and purchase the filter and it does not work for your needs, we do have a Return Policy, so you would be able to return the filter for an exchange or refund.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I LIVE IN INDIA AND WANT TO ORDER THIS B+W ND FILTER. WILL IT BE SAFE TO BUY? WHAT WILL BE QUALITY OF THE SHIPMENT PACKAGE.?
Asked by: Tanay D.
We ship worldwide through various international shipping carriers like: UPS and DHL. The order, depending upon how many items you add and the total price, will be tracked and insured appropriately at no liability to you.
Answered by: James B.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Hi I just want to make sure that I buy the correct filter. This is to fit an 82mm lens and it is 3.0 or 10 stops.But what does the 110m refer to?
Asked by: Anonymous
The 110m refers to the number of stops of light that are reduced by the filter. The parent company for Schneider Optics (the makers of B+W filters), uses a 3 digit code for most filters. In the case of the 3.0 ND, the 110 refers to a number one followed by the number of stops; for the 3.0, it is ten stops.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2019-06-19

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Can I expect to see any vignetting with a Tamron 10-24mm lens?
Asked by: Anonymous
While feedback from customers is mixed, you may experience some vignetting at the widest focal length of the Tamron 10-24mm lens with the B+W 77mm 3.0 ND MRC 110M Filter.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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