- Ultra Low Color Cast, Ultra Low Reflection
- No Vignetting
- High Definition
- Nano Coating on Both Sides, Water & Oil Repellent
- KASE Wolverine Optical Lens glass (H-K9L)
Gradient filters (or GND) are highly recommended in filming since they will save us a lot of post-production time by having much more balanced lights.
These gradient filters are designed for the Moviemate mattebox, being only 1.1mm, with this we manage to reduce the weight of the equipment, making it easier for filming as well as transporting it.
PROPERTIES OF KASE WOLVERINE FILTERS
In this video Carlos Gonzalez, one of our KASE ambassadors in Spain, teaches his students what happens when a KASE Wolverine filter falls on top of some stones, I recommend you turn up the volume and listen to the filter hit on the rocks. In the video a 100x100 photography filter is shown but the protection in the KASE CINE series is the same.
The filters are made of high quality optical glass (not resin), with nano layers of protection so as not to lose a detail of the image, in addition to being hydrophobic they can be easily cleaned in complicated situations with nearby water splashes (waterfalls). , it is a great advantage that the water is repelled by the glass. If we combine the anti-reflective and hydrophobic properties, we obtain perfect filters for outdoor filming.
The B270 optical glass used for the construction of the filter is extremely important since the definition of the image obtained in the camera will depend on the quality of our glasses. It would be a contradiction to use a lens with great definition and a poor quality filter.
In an extensive review, On Landscape magazine rated KASE filters as the best in their range.
It is very important that the filter has no vignetting and does not tend to darken the corners of the image, with KASE filters this problem does not exist, having a fully compensated image in the entire filter area, this is extremely important in ND filters before long exposure photos.
ABSENCE OF REFLEXES
The absence of reflections in a filter is very important since they can cause "flares" or flashes of light that are difficult to see in the camera's viewfinder/screen and ruin shots that we may not be able to repeat.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE KASE WOLVERINE ND FILTER BOX?
KASE Wolverine filters come in a white leather case, this white case allows them to be transported in a backpack without fear of scratching. At dCamara we recommend the purchase of a filter cover if you want to transport them in a backpack so that they are protected against shocks during transport.
WHAT MINIMUM EQUIPMENT DO I NEED TO USE FILTERS IN MY FILMING?
From DCamara we recommend having ND and GND filters to tackle most of the possible changes in brightness that we can find in filming, an ND0.6, ND0.9, ND1.8, GND 0.9 Soft and GND 0.6 Soft, will cover the vast majority of scenes.