The new generation of Kase magnetic circular filters has arrived!
Kase Filters have designed a revolutionary new kit which includes all the top quality filters from their existing magnetic ND circular filter kits paired with a brand new holder that also allows the use of a graduated neutral density filter.
It combines the benefits of the K100 square system which allows for an adjustable graduated filter (GND) with the lightweight, portable circular magnetic system that has been so popular.
Key benefits of the re-designed kit:
- The GND can be moved up and down based on the light conditions
- The GND can be rotated 360 degrees to suit the image composition
Magnetic Circular Kit Features
These filters are are lighter and more compact than a full square system set up. The sets consist of stackable neutral density filters and a CPL, useful for both photographers and videographers, allowing you to control reflections and light.
- Magnetic Stackable Mounting
- Toughened Pro HD Optical Glass
- No Discernible Colour Cast
- Scratch Resistant
- Metallic Nano Coatings
- Water and Dust/Dirt Repellent
- Easy Clean
The kit currently only comes in two sizes (77mm and 82mm) and includes the following:
- Magnetic holder
- Magnetic adapter ring
- Adjustable 95mm GND 0.9 (3-stop)
- Magnetic CPL
- ND1000 (10 stop)
- Magnetic lens cap
- Filter bag
The Master kit works with Kase's other magnetic circular ND filters, so if you already own a 77mm or 82mm set, consider purchasing the Kase Magnetic Adjustable Holder to upgrade your kit to work with the new 95mm GND.
Please note that the step-up magnetic adapter rings that work with the Entry Level and Professional ND circular kits will NOT work with this holder, but a standard screw-in step-up adapter ring can be purchased to use this kit on smaller lenses. (e.g. 62-77 or 67-82).
Watch how the kit works:
N.B. Some vignetting may occur on wide angle lenses when 2 or more filters are stacked together.
For a review of the new kit in action, watch this video by Kase Filters Global Ambassador Meghan Maloney and read her post reviewing the kit.