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Handheld Stretch Filter

Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
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Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
Handheld Stretch Filter
£34.99
Ex Tax: £29.16
  • Availability:: In Stock
  • Model: handheld-stretch-filter

Stretch available as a handheld filter. Great for photographers who want the convenience & speed of a handheld filter. Comes with a tripod mount on the filter and handle allowing for even more creative freedom.

  • 73mm wide glass
  • The 50mm handle is removable.
  • Mountable. The bottom of the handle & the frame around the glass both have a tripod-mount screw thread.
  • 75mm wide x 96mm tall (with handle attached)
  • Supplied with a protective, padded pouch and a lens cloth.
  • Also available as a screw-in filter, see related products for other listings.


Tips for use

  • There's no hard rules when it comes to creative prism filters, if you're happy with the images, then you're probably doing it right!
  • Generally speaking, people usually work at wider apertures (f2.8 and similar) when using a filter like this as it smooths out the transition from the "normal" part of the image to the warped section. Wider apertures are also useful for reducing the likelihood of seeing the thick, flat edge of the glass when shooting through the filter.
  • Thick glass like this can confuse AF systems. Either set an AF point on your camera and work around that, or compose your photo and half-press the shutter then quickly put the filter in front of the lens before taking the shot. Always try to focus through the flat part of the filter, if you use the angled surface it's going to be much harder work.
  • Expect blurring and chromatic aberration from the angled part of the filter, it's meant to happen, embrace it!

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