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ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

Master long exposure in bright light
Rated 5.0 out of 5
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Our mid-level ND1000 filter provides a fixed 10 f-stop light reduction. Cutting out 10 f-stops of light gives you better control with long exposure and depth of field techniques in harsh light.

£22.00

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Our mid-level ND1000 filter provides a fixed 10 f-stop light reduction. Cutting out 10 f-stops of light gives you better control with long exposure and depth of field techniques in harsh light.

£22.00

DESCRIPTION

By blocking light entering your camera, our ND1000 Filter allows you to use longer shutter speeds for long exposure and motion blur effects in harsh light.

With less light entering your camera, you can use wider apertures in harsh light for shallower depth of field without overexposing images.

Landscape photographers can use our ND1000 Filter to create dramatic long exposure photographs in harsh light without losing quality or overexposing the shot.

All our circular filters come with a protective travel tin case, a recycled cleaning cloth, and recycled plastic-free packaging.

DELIVERY

Free shipping within the UK.

Standard shipping: 2-5 days.
Express shipping: 1-3 days.

Please allow an extra 2 days extra for regional areas.

RETURNS

30-day returns.

Shop with confidence knowing you can return products within 30 days of purchase.

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

16-layer nano-coating

Quality protection, easier to clean.

No colour cast

True colours.

Creative control

Dramatic long exposure and motion blur effects.

Lifetime warranty

Quality you can trust.

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

No ND

ND1000 2Peak

Longer motion blur

Slow your shutter speed for stronger motion blur effects in harsh light.

More creative options

Adjust multiple exposure settings for combined creative effects.

Better long exposure

Capture stronger long exposures in harsh light

Features

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

Premium Japanese glass

Coated with a 16-layer nano-coating for truer light transmittance, better protection, and easier cleaning.

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

Ultra-slim rim

Our consciously designed ultra-slim rim avoids vignetting and our durable magnalium is guaranteed for life.

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

Double-threaded

All our filters are double-threaded for stacking filters or using screw-mount lens caps.

How to Use

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

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Find your filter size

Search your lens and find the diameter symbol Ø followed by a number e.g. Ø58 or Ø58mm). This can be found on the front or side of your lens – this magic number is your filter size. Note: Your lens focal length (e.g. 18-55mm) is not your filter size.

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

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Place flat and screw clockwise

Lovingly behold lens in one hand and place flat on lens. Gently screw clockwise until just firm. Do not over-tighten – that which goes on must one day come off.

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

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Slow your shutter

The fixed f-stop darkening of your images allows a controlled slowing of your shutter speed for motion blur effects.

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

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Open your aperture

Or, you can adjust for fixed f-stop darkening by opening up your aperture, which creates a shallower depth of field. You can also combine both exposure setting adjustments.

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Technical Specifications

ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 2Peak

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ND64 (6 Stop) Filter 2Peak
ND64 (6 Stop) Filter 2Peak
ND16 (4 Stop) Filter 2Peak
ND8 (3 Stop) Filter 2Peak
ND32 (5 Stop) Filter 2Peak
ND128 (7 Stop) Filter 2Peak
ND4 (2 Stop) Filter 2Peak
ND8 (3 Stop) Filter 1Peak
ND1000 (10 Stop) Filter 1Peak
ND256 (8 Stop) Filter 2Peak
ND64 (6 Stop) Filter 1Peak
ND512 (9 Stop) Filter 2Peak

Filter Type

Neutral Density 1000

Neutral Density 64

Neutral Density 16

Neutral Density 8

Neutral Density 32

Neutral Density 128

Neutral Density 4

Neutral Density 8

Neutral Density 1000

Neutral Density 64

Neutral Density 512

Nano Coating

16-Layers

16-Layers

16-Layers

16-Layers

16-Layers

16-Layers

16-Layers

12-Layers

12-Layers

12-Layers

16-Layers

Grade

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Japanese AGC Glass

Density

3.0 (10 Stop)

1.8 (6 Stop)

1.2 (4 Stop)

0.9 (3 Stop)

1.5 (5 Stop)

2.1 (7 Stop)

0.6 (2 Stop)

0.9 (3 Stop)

3.0 (10 Stop)

1.8 (6 Stop)

2.7 (9 Stop)

Effect

Cuts 99.9% of light

Cuts 98.44% of light

Cuts 93.75% of light

Cuts 87.5% of light

Cuts 96.87% of light

Cuts 99.22% of light

Cuts 75% of light

Cuts 87.5% of light

Cuts 99.9% of light

Cuts 98.44% of light

Cuts 99.8% of light

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which ND filter should I buy?

The best ND filter for your photography will depend on the effects you want to achieve, and the type of lens you’re using.

The first choice you need to make is whether to go for a fixed ND filter or a variable ND filter. A variable ND filter offers more options, which is great if you’re shooting in unpredictable or variable light conditions. A fixed ND provides a specific light reduction and works better with telephoto and wide-angle lenses. And in terms of choosing which range to buy, let the quality of your lenses guide your decision – 1Peak filters for entry-level, 2Peak for mid-tier, and 3Peak for professional lenses. The next choice you need to make is the level of light reduction you want. The higher the ND number, the more light it stops from reaching your camera sensor.

Should I buy a fixed or variable ND filter?

It depends on how, where and what you’ll be shooting.

Fixed ND filters block a fixed f-stop of light from entering your camera. Variable ND filters provide more flexibility and have a range of f-stops you can block by rotating the outer element. If you’re starting out with ND filters, we recommend a Variable ND so you have more flexibility while you’re learning how to shoot with an ND. If the light is likely to change often, a Variable ND saves you changing between fixed NDs each time.

Do I need to get an ND if I already have a CPL?

If you want to reduce the light that goes through your lens by more than 2 f-stops, yes.

While CPL filters polarize light to remove reflections and increase colour saturation, ND filters reduce the amount of light that makes it through to your camera’s sensor, which opens up opportunities to experiment with depth of field, slower shutter speeds and motion blur, even in bright conditions.

What are the best ND filters for wide-angle and telephoto lenses?

Any of our ND filters work with wide-angle lenses and we recommend our 3Peak range for telephoto lenses.

Our ND filters have ultra-slim rims to avoid any vignetting issues. We suggest you use the quality of your lens to guide which range of ND filter you buy and go for the 3Peak range for telephoto lenses. Because of the amount of glass in telephoto lenses, using our 3Peak ND filters will provide the best possible image quality.

What's the difference between Japanese glass and SCHOTT glass?

The main difference is that SCHOTT glass has slightly better light transmission.

German Schott B270 optical glass is highly resistant to solar radiation and offers high transmittance in the visible wavelength range. It also has high chemical stability and a fire-polished surface providing excellent image sharpness. Our Premium Japanese Optical glass is also a very high-quality optical glass with a very similar light transmission – 99.6% versus the German Schott B270’s 99.8% light transmission. It is very hard to see the difference in image quality unless using telephoto lenses (focal length >100mm) or enlarging images to be printed in large formats.

"I love this filter! I’ll definitely be picking up 1 or 2 more for my other lens sizes." – Loberry bought our ND1000 2Peak.

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Reviewed by Danny
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I recommend this product
Camera Brand
Sony
Years Experience
3-5
Style
  • Lifestyle
  • Travel
  • Documentary
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Perfect!

such an awesome high-quality glass, perfect for achieving those sought-after long exposures!

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Reviewed by Moshé O.
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Nikon
Years Experience
6-9
Style
  • Outdoor
Rated 5 out of 5
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Amazing!

Filter quality is amazing so are the results but I would like you to sell your products in México. I had to buy my filter on Amazon México via Amazon US.

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Reviewed by Luke T.
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Years Experience
0-2
Style
  • Outdoor
Rated 5 out of 5
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Great product. Quality top notch.

The service was great. I had a few questions that were answered very quickly within hours. I have since ordered a variable ND and ND1000.

Highly recommend.

Now have to play around with the 1000 to see what I can do.

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Reviewed by Karen
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Rated 5 out of 5
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ND 1000

I am very happy with this filter . easy to use with no discernible colour cast .. very happy customer

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