KOLARI IR ND FILTER
We are proud to announce that we are entering the ND filter game. Anybody who uses our products knows that we put quality and customer support above all. So we used high quality materials, bleeding edge technologies and years of experience to make this the best filter there is.
Optically engineered to be the most neutral filter in the visible light spectrum and beyond into the infrared range. This filter delivers the most neutral darkening in every wavelength, and at every angle. Ultra-wide angle tested and approved for excellent vignetting and color cast performance. Designed for whatever you can throw at it.
Ultra Strong Gorilla Glass
Built with premium ultra-thin, ultra-strong Corning Gorilla Glass, this filter is more than two times stronger than Schott B270 glass to direct impacts, and more resistant to scratches for better long term durability, all while also boasting a high internal transmission and lower refractive index than Schott B270 for sharper images.
We topped off the perfect glass with premium coatings to make the already durable glass water, oil, and scratch resistant, while reducing reflectivity.
The Perfect Grip
We added a two stage knurling to the edges to make the ultimate high friction grip for easier handling with gloves or dry hands in any weather.
Ultra Thin Brass Ring
We housed our filter in a precision machined 3.4mm slim brass frame for reduced vignetting and a smoother installation than aluminum, reducing cross threading and jamming.
Available up to 20 Stops
4, 5, 10, 15, and 20 stops available immediately in 67mm, 77mm, and 82mm sizes.
What Makes Our ND Filter The Best?
We build our filters to last. Period.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, this filter has full brass front and rear threading for smooth attachment and stacking. Our ND filter is compatible with all standard lens filters as well as our Infrared lens filters.
Yes! This filter is engineered to be used for visible light photography as well as infrared photography with no vignetting or color tinting in either wavelength.
It will. Our filter will darken your exposures by a consistent 4, 5, 10, 15, or 20 stops of visible or infrared light all the way out to 1000nm.
The refractive index is dependent on the material, and is a measurement of the amount that that material will refract or “bend” light as it passes through. At 90 degrees or dead center of the filter the light does not deflect and continues straight, but as the angle of incidence towards the edge of the filter increases, it deflects light more and more causing a discrepancy across your frame, particularly with wide angle shooting. The higher the refractive index value, the more image quality can suffer.
Right now! We are offering early access filters to our customers at a discount.
We’re here to help you find the perfect product and get the perfect shot. Call or email us for any questions at all!