Pointing your camera at the sun can be incredibly dangerous for your camera. The bright, pointed light from the sun focused through your camera lens can burn a hole straight through your shutter blades. So what do you do if you want to document something like the upcoming solar eclipse?
Our Kolari Pro ND filters are optically engineered to be the most neutral filters in both the visible and infrared light spectrums. Our 15 and 20-stop ND filters are rated safe for solar imaging.
If you’re planning on viewing and documenting the solar eclipse this October, be sure to get yourself a 15 or 20-stop Kolari Pro ND filter to save your camera.
|Exposure Time||ND Filter in Stops||New Exposure Time|
|1 second||1||2 seconds|
|1 second||2||4 seconds|
|1 second||3||8 seconds|
|1 second||4||16 seconds|
|1 second||5||32 seconds|
|1 second||6||64 seconds|
|1 second||7||128 seconds|
|1 second||8||256 seconds|
|1 second||9||512 seconds|
|1 second||10||1024 seconds (17 minutes)|
|1 second||15||32,768 seconds (9 hours)|
|1 second||20||1,048,576 seconds (291 hours)|