CINEMA GRADUATED NEUTRAL DENSITY FILTERS 

Nano Soft IR Cinema graduated neutral density filters are characterized by a soft transition (they change from light to dark more gradually) and are therefore used when the transition between light and dark areas is not so clear.  A classic example is a shot in a mountainous area.

Cinema Soft GND
GND Example without filter

Without Filter

GND Example with filter

With NiSi Soft Graduated IRND

ND Grad is short for Graduated Neutral Density Filter The camera is different from the human eye. The dynamic range of the human eye is quite wide, allowing us to see detail in bright and dim areas simultaneously. While modern cameras have made significant advances in dynamic range, they are still not able to match what we can see with our own eyes. They have trouble holding detail in scenes with a wide range of tones. To compensate for this, we can use ND Grads to darken an area of the frame selectively.

Accurate Color

Accurate Colour

No Loss in Sharpness

Cinema ND Sharpness

Nano Coating

Waterproof and oil resistant

Cinema ND Nano Coating

Low Reflection

Cinema Low Reflection

SPECIFICATIONS OF ND FILTERS

SOFT GRADUATED IR ND FILTERS

  • Sizes
  • 4 x 4″
  • 4 x 5.65″
  • 6.6 x 6.6″
  • Density
  • 0.3
  • 0.6
  • 0.9
  • 1.2
  • The series of Nano IRND Cinema Filters utilize NiSi’s advanced nano-coating technology. This coating, coupled with high-quality optical glass and strict manufacturing standards, give you a filter with accurate color, extreme sharpness, and low reflection activity, making it perfect for today’s high-resolution cameras.

    Cinema GND