Cokin Expands Nuances Filter Range

A Nuances Infrared 720 and Nuances Extreme ND8 filter have been introduced by Cokin, giving photographers even more choice when it comes to picking a filter from the Nuances range.

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Nuances Infrared 720

Cokin has introduced 2 new filters to its line-up of ND and Infrared filters that are designed to be used primarily with the Cokin EVO filter holder.

The new Nuances Infrared 720 filters absorb light in the visible spectrum and transmit light in the 720nm to 950nm wavelength range while the new Nuances Extreme ND8 is a solid neutral density filter, reducing light transmission by 3 stops. It sits alongside the existing ND64 (6 stops) and ND1024 (10 stops) models, allowing the use of longer shutter speeds and wider apertures during daylight to create smooth blurry images of moving objects or blurred backgrounds.

There is also a new Nuances Extreme Full ND kit, comprising all three solid neutral density ND8, ND64 and ND1024 glass filters.

Cokin Nuances and Nuances Extreme filters are available now through leading photo retailers in sizes M (84x84mm), L (100x100mm) and XL (130x130mm) - also known as P-Series, Z-Pro and X-Pro. Plus, the Z-Pro (L) range now appeals to an even wider user group, with adapter rings available in all diameters from 49mm to 96mm.

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