Reviews and Problems with Hoya 77mm Variable Density x3-400 Filter
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Must have accessory
Chino, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: When shooting outside the most problem becomes having too much light, and you are force to bring up shutter speed, losing depth of field. This variable is a must have because it helps control the light that comes into the camera.
Pros: Clear Optics, Easy To Use, Firm Mount, Smooth Optics
Excerpt: Simply put, I think I received a defective item. I have never had any issues with a Hoya filter before but this one in particular made my footage unusable; I ended up going without it. Any setting I used would produce a blurry image, almost as if the subject were glowing.
Excerpt: This filter is a game changer. It's very nice and sharp glass, I don't notice any image softening. I can take longer exposures during the day which i was what I wanted in the first place. Would recommend.
Excerpt: I like the thought of having one ND filter to carry, however so far I have no clue to what values I have currently selected (besides the max and min value). There are graduation on the side but cannot tell how to read, there is no manual and you are on your own; send an inquiry to Hoya and am still...