New Natural Night Filter 100x100

New! The Nisi Natural Night Filter has been developed especially for night photography to remove light pollutions and produce more natural images.

It is not just a white balance filter, which can be achieved in post processing. Today's cityscapes and landscapes suffer from heavy light pollution, that orange glow in the sky which not only gives a colour cast but also reduces clarity of the image. The Nisi Natural Night filter removes light pollution and also corrects the white balance of multiple light sources from sodium lighting to mercury vapour and low CRT street lighting.

Produced to the same high quality of all other Nisi filters is is optical glass ground and polished to the highest standards for the very best image quality, and is also Nano coated to reduce reflections and flare.

At around 1.5 stops, less light will enter the lens. However because of the removal of light pollution and the increased clarity, light loss is actually around .5 stops. This means little compensation is required to achieve the same level of exposure in an image, without increasing noise levels.
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New Natural Night Filter 100x100

New Natural Night Filter 100x100

New! The Nisi Natural Night Filter has been developed especially for night photography to remove light pollutions and produce more natural images.

It is not just a white balance filter, which can be achieved in post processing. Today's cityscapes and landscapes suffer from heavy light pollution, that orange glow in the sky which not only gives a colour cast but also reduces clarity of the image. The Nisi Natural Night filter removes light pollution and also corrects the white balance of multiple light sources from sodium lighting to mercury vapour and low CRT street lighting.

Produced to the same high quality of all other Nisi filters is is optical glass ground and polished to the highest standards for the very best image quality, and is also Nano coated to reduce reflections and flare.

At around 1.5 stops, less light will enter the lens. However because of the removal of light pollution and the increased clarity, light loss is actually around .5 stops. This means little compensation is required to achieve the same level of exposure in an image, without increasing noise levels.
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