A recognised flaw of digital cinema cameras continues to be their susceptibility to infrared pollution, making the importance of using high-quality IR ND filters greater than ever.
At a basic level, all ND filters do the same job. Placed in front of the lens, ND filters reduce light transmittance, allowing an operator to freely set iris and shutter speed without the concern of overexposure.
TRUE ND represents the pinnacle of neutral density filtration, delivering unparalleled accuracy, true transmittance & pure neutrality.
Colour shift is a common headache associated with ND filters, a problem particularly prominent with sensitive CMOS digital imaging sensors.
The root cause of this issue can generally be linked to infrared rays.
Whilst in the age of raw data, this can be ‘fixed in post’, the issue is compounded by the inconsistent nature of the shift when different strength filters are used.
This has a knock-on effect during the grade, as each shot requires individual adjustments to correct the varying degrees of colour shift.
As the most accurate IR ND filters available, TRUE ND rise above this concern, achieving a consistent colour response across all densities. The colorist will have clean & dependable footage to work with, every single time.
Designed & manufactured in Japan, True ND filters are the pinnacle of ND filtration technology.
Available in 4×5.65 (PV) and 6.6×6.6 sizes, each in seven densities comprising a full set; 0.3, 0.6, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, 1.8 & 2.1.