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Lindsey Optics Introduces First-Ever FSND Rota-Grad Filters

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Lindsey Optics
Lindsey Optics’ Rodo-Grad Filters

Lindsey Optics has put a twist on FSND filters with its new range of Brilliant Rota-Grads, rotating full spectrum graduated neutral density filters which fit directly onto 4X6.5″ rod-mounted matte boxes for the first time ever.

The new Rota-Grads offer the benefits of FSND tech with a choice of densities and a proprietary rotating tray design for practical user advantages, such as minimized filter handling, larger filter aperture, easy alignment and quicker orientation. It also features a 138mm round graduated FSND filter installed in a geared rotating tray mount that fits into a single matte box slot and a geared thumbwheel that can be set using a simple sliding Rota-Lock.

The Brilliant solution offers a significantly larger aperture than other alternatives, enabling coverage of both large diameter and wide-angle lenses, providing a generous 5.2-inch opening that remains constant at any rotation angle. The Rota-Grads are available in 4 densities: ND 0.3 (1 stop), ND 0.6 (2 stops), ND 0.9 (3 stops) and ND 1.2 (4 stops), attenuating the full spectrum of light including UV, visible and infrared. The filters feature both AR and Easy Clean coatings for improved handling.

For more info visit Lindsey Optics.

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