/Kase Filter
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass, shock resistant, high toughness and super waterproof Features: Kase Wolverine ND 0.9 filter Soft Gradual filter Light reduction: 3 stops 100 x 150 mm thickness: 2 mm includes a pouch almost unbreakable super waterproof shock resistant scratch resistant ND Grads are used to balance a bright sky to the darker landscape. As a general rule, Soft grads perform best in woodland, mist, or interiors. Or where there is no definite transition between sky and landscape, when the horizon is uneven or interrupted, such as with hills, rocks or trees, a soft grad will gently balance exposure across the image. ND Grads can be stacked together, or with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting situation.
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass Features: Kase KW100 Wolverine glass square Neutral Density filter ND1000 (10 stop) Light reduction: 3 stops Sizes: 100 x 100 mm Thickness: 2 mm Attachable Gaskets for non-Kase Holders Includes a pouch Almost unbreakable Super waterproof Shock resistant Scratch resistant A Premium Pro glass filter that reduces exposure without affecting colour balance.
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass Features: Kase KW100 Wolverine glass square Neutral Density filter ND8 (3 stop) Light reduction: 3 stops Sizes: 100 x 100 mm Thickness: 2 mm Attachable Gaskets for non-Kase Holders Includes a pouch Almost unbreakable Super waterproof Shock resistant Scratch resistant A Premium Pro glass filter that reduces exposure without affecting colour balance.
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass Features: Kase Wolverine ND 1.2 filter Centre Gradual filter Light reduction: 4 stops 100 x 150 mm thickness: 2 mm includes a pouch almost unbreakable super waterproof shock resistant scratch resistant ND Grads are used to balance a bright sky to the darker landscape. The Kase Wolverine Centre Grad Filters are perfect for sunrise and sunset photography, where the brightest part of the frame is on the horizon, can be paired with Grad filters to achieve the perfect balance. ND Grads can be stacked together, or with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting situation.
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass Features: Kase Wolverine ND 1.2 filter Reverse Gradual filter Light reduction: 4 stops 100 x 150 mm thickness: 2 mm includes a pouch almost unbreakable super waterproof shock resistant scratch resistant ND Grads are used to balance a bright sky to the darker landscape. A reverse graduated filter is designed to hold back the power of bright sunlight on the horizon with the strongest grey band being in the centre of the grad and graduating up to clear at the top. They are ideal for reducing the exposure difference between bright skies and the ground, bringing exposure back within the dynamic range of the camera. ND Grads can be stacked together, or with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting situation.
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass Features: Kase Wolverine ND 0.9 filter Reverse Gradual filter Light reduction: 3 stops 100 x 150 mm thickness: 2 mm includes a pouch almost unbreakable super waterproof shock resistant scratch resistant ND Grads are used to balance a bright sky to the darker landscape. A reverse graduated filter is designed to hold back the power of bright sunlight on the horizon with the strongest grey band being in the centre of the grad and graduating up to clear at the top. They are ideal for reducing the exposure difference between bright skies and the ground, bringing exposure back within the dynamic range of the camera. ND Grads can be stacked together, or with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting situation.
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass, shock resistant, high toughness and super waterproof Features: Kase Wolverine ND 0.9 filter Hard Gradual filter Light reduction: 3 stops 100 x 150 mm thickness: 2 mm includes a pouch almost unbreakable super waterproof shock resistant scratch resistant ND Grads are used to balance a bright sky to the darker landscape. A hard grad would be used for images containing a level and unbroken horizon, or any hard transition between the sky and the foreground. They are ideal for reducing the exposure difference between bright skies and the ground, bringing exposure back within the dynamic range of the camera and preventing ‘blown’ highlights. ND Grads can be stacked together, or with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting situation.
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass Features: Kase Wolverine ND 0.6 filter Hard Gradual filter Light reduction: 2 stops 100 x 150 mm thickness: 2 mm includes a pouch almost unbreakable super waterproof shock resistant scratch resistant ND Grads are used to balance a bright sky to the darker landscape. A hard grad would be used for images containing a level and unbroken horizon, or any hard transition between the sky and the foreground. They are ideal for reducing the exposure difference between bright skies and the ground, bringing exposure back within the dynamic range of the camera and preventing ‘blown’ highlights. ND Grads can be stacked together, or with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting situation.
  • Kase Wolverine series with almost unbreakable glass, shock resistant, high toughness and super waterproof Features: Kase Wolverine ND 1.2 filter Soft Gradual filter Light reduction: 4 stops 100 x 150 mm thickness: 2 mm includes a pouch almost unbreakable super waterproof shock resistant scratch resistant ND Grads are used to balance a bright sky to the darker landscape. As a general rule, Soft grads perform best in woodland, mist, or interiors. Or where there is no definite transition between sky and landscape, when the horizon is uneven or interrupted, such as with hills, rocks or trees, a soft grad will gently balance exposure across the image. ND Grads can be stacked together, or with other filters, so you can respond to almost any lighting situation.