Lee Seven5 Deluxe Kit
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The Lee Seven5 Deluxe Kit
- Size: 75x90 mm for Compact System Cameras
- Allows the use of slower shutter speeds
- Creates a smooth blurred effect in the water and clouds
- The ideal kit for landscape photographers
The Deluxe Kit Contents:
1x Lee Seven5 Filter Holder:
The holder is designed for compact system cameras and can hold two Lee Seven5 75x90mm filters. The Seven5 Filter Holder screws in to the lens via a Seven5 screw-in adapter ring (not included, available separately). Simply select the correct adaptor ring for your lens, screw it onto the end of the lens, clip the holder onto the adapter ring and drop in the appropriate filter. To determine what adapter ring you need please see the end of your lens for the thread size.
1x Lee Seven5 Circular Polariser filter:
The Seven5 Polariser has been made with a unique clip-on design and can be snapped onto the front of the Seven5 filter holder. The Seven5 Polariser filter allows you to significantly reduce reflections and glare from non-metallic surfaces. The Polariser also enables colours to become more saturated and appear clearer with better contrast. This effect is often used to increase the contrast and saturation in blue skies and white clouds. No adapter ring is needed for the Lee Seven5 Polariser.
1x Lee Seven5 0.6 ND Soft Grad filter:
The Neutral Density Grad 0.6 filter features a soft graduation and is designed to reduce exposure by 2 stops without affecting colour balance. Neutral density graduated filters enable you to balance light intensity in one part of a scene with another. For example, when photographing a landscape in which the sky is much brighter than the foreground, placing the neutral density part of the filter onto the sky in the frame will reduce the sky exposure without affecting the foreground. This enables cloud detail to be kept correctly exposed and avoids the "white out" effect caused by exposing for the foreground. This enables cloud detail to be kept correctly exposed and avoids the “white out” effect caused by exposing for the foreground.
1x Lee Seven5 0.6 ND Hard Grad filter:
The Graduated Neutral Density 0.6 filter features a hard graduation and is designed to reduce exposure by 2 stops without affecting colour balance. Neutral density graduated filters enable you to balance light intensity in one part of a scene with another.
1x Seven5 0.9 ND Hard Grad filter:
The Graduated Neutral Density 0.9 filter features a hard graduation and is designed to reduce exposure by 3 stops without affecting colour balance. Neutral density graduated filters enable you to balance light intensity in one part of a scene with another.
1x Lee Seven5 Big Stopper:
The Seven5 Big Stopper is a high quality glass long-exposure filter designed to dramatically reduce the amount of light entering the lens by 10 f/stops. By greatly extending exposure times the Big Stopper has the effect of allowing anything that is moving in your image to become blurred or ghost like, for example, clouds, waterfalls, rivers, and the sea. However the effect is not limited to landscapes, the filter can be used on cityscapes to blur people or roads and motorways to blur traffic.
The Lee Seven5 Filters
For the first time the creative power of Lee Filters are available with the flexibility of go-anywhere compact system cameras. The Seven5 System hands photographers control of their images when it really matters - at the moment of capture.
The filters for the Seven5 system are manufactured to the same standards as those for the renowned 100mm system. Handmade in a way that meets the company’s exacting quality control in colour and optical flatness, products in the Lee Filters range have become the benchmark by which other systems are judged, and are the indispensable tools of many photographic professionals worldwide.
The Seven5 filters are not just cut down versions of the Lee 100mm System. In keeping with the smaller size the gradation zones have been adjusted to suit the smaller system. These changes have been made through extensive testing in conjunction with top landscape photographers.