Breakthrough Filters

Drop-in Filter ND

£122.00
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
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  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND
  • Drop-in Filter ND

Breakthrough Filters

Drop-in Filter ND

£122.00
£122.00

First shipments expected in Summer 2021

Our continual research and engineering deliver the most colour neutral and sharpest ND filters on the market - perfect for long exposure sunsets, moving water or reducing the visibility of human subjects in urban environments. Made from SCHOTT Superwhite B270 optical glass with MRC and nanotec coatings, the Breakthrough Drop-In ND comes in a variety of densities that accurately reduce light transmission to the optimal percentage.

X4 Series

  • 3.1mm SCHOTT B270 German Glass
  • 25 Year Warranty
  • 16 MRC Layers
  • Nano Coating

X2 Series

  • AGC Japanese Glass
  • 25 Year Warranty
  • 8 MRC Layers
  • Nano Coating
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Colour Cast Performance

Worlds Sharpest ND Filter. 100% Guaranteed.
The X4 ND features SCHOTT Superwhite B270 optical glass, which is an ultra clear crown glass. It is produced by melting high purity raw materials and then made using the continuous draw process. The result is excellent transmission in the ultraviolet, visible, and infrared spectrums, and a high surface quality that accepts our state-of-the-art MRC and nanotec coatings exceptionally well.

Most of the neutral density filters on the market exhibit a strong blue or magenta cast. The higher the ND factor the more pronounced the colour cast.

The X4 ND has the most neutral color transmission throughout the visible range and well into infrared.

Light Transmission

Stefan Forster