Magnetic Night Sky Filters
NB Adaptor wheel required
Light Pollution Eliminated
Each Breakthrough Photography Night Sky filter delivers incredible starlight definition and true colour neutrality.
Why use magnetic filters:
- Zero light leak
- Instantly attaches in just a quarter of a second
- Quick and easy attachment and removal of one or more circular magnetic filters
- Two filters can be stacked with no vignetting down to 16mm
- Smooth quiet rotation of the adapter wheel to adjust the CPL
Can be used with or without a GND filter holder
Adaptor wheels for 49mm, 52mm, 55mm, 58mm, 62mm, 67mm, 72mm, 77mm and 82mm lens threads.
X4 Series Filters
16 MRC Layers
Nano Coating Layers
3.1mm SCHOTT B270
Increases light transmission to 99.4% and creates a protective layer that's structurally harder than the glass
Our breakthrough nanotec® Nano Coating layer repels dirt, water and other elements by beading rather than absorbing, making it easier (and faster) than ever to clean
SCHOTT Ultrawhite B270 optical glass made in Germany
25 Year Warranty
Full traction texture around the entire circumference of the X4 makes it easier than ever to get off and on securely
Built to withstand extreme wind, salt water, dust and other abrasive conditions and elements
We stand behind each X4 ND to be free of defects in craftsmanship for 25 years, but they’ll easily last 50+ with proper care
ELiminate light pollution
The X4 Night Sky filter delivers incredible starlight definition and true colour neutrality. As part of the the X4 range all Night Sky filters are weather-sealed within a rugged X4 traction frame as well as durable MRC16 and nanotec® coatings for easy and fast cleaning.
DESIGNED FOR OUTDOORS PHOTOGRAPHERS
On the visible light spectrum artificial light pollution ranges between 570 to 610 nanometers . Artificial light pollution is likely to significantly reduce the definition of starlight by up to 50%. The orange colour cast common with most forms of artificial light decreases contrast between space and the stars within it, making an the otherwise black backdrop of space look orangish
PROTECT YOUR IMAGES AGAINST DESTRUCTIVE POST PRODUCTION
Eliminating light pollution in post-processing is a destructive type of editing, whereas with a Night Sky filter light pollution is eliminated non-destructively.
To find a location to shoot without light pollution can be incredibly difficult if not impossible depending on where you’re shooting and to a lesser degree when you are shooting.