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LEE Filters 100mm Deluxe Filter Kit

LEE Filters has announced a 100mm Deluxe filter kit with 5 filters and filter holder with accessory ring attached.

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LEE 100mm deluxe kit

LEE Filters has announced a new 100mm Deluxe filter kit with 5 filters, 2 slot filter holder and 105mm accessory ring. 

The 100mm Deluxe kit contains:

  • A Filter Holder that allows the photographer to use two drop-in filters as well as a polariser, which screws onto the 105mm Accessory Ring.
  • A Landscape Polariser, which not only polarises the scene, but also adds a subtle warm tone to the image. It can be used as wide as 16/17mm on a full-frame camera without vignetting, even with two further filters in the holder.
  • The hugely popular Big Stopper, which reduces the exposure by ten stops, allowing the photographer to use wider apertures in bright conditions, or to slow down shutter speeds so that seas and skies take on those classic long-exposure qualities.
  • A 1.2 (four stop) neutral-density medium graduated filter, which is ideal for shooting directly into the sun at the beginning and end of the day. At these times, there’s a big disparity between the exposure values of the sky and the foreground, and the 1.2 ND grad ensures the sensor records detail in both.
  • A 0.9 (three stop) neutral-density hard graduated filter, which is renowned for its versatility and is indispensible to landscape photographers.
  • A 0.6 (two stop) neutral-density medium graduated filter. New to the LEE Filters ND grad line-up, the medium grad is the perfect all-round filter and is already a firm favourite with many professional photographers.

The 100mm Deluxe filter kit retails at £605.58 (including VAT) – a saving of more than £80 on the individual cost of each filter and the holder.

Please note that the kit does not include an adaptor ring, which should be purchased separately.

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meyeview 11 1.4k 1 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2017 8:27AM
'The 100mm Deluxe filter kit retails at 605.58 (including VAT) a saving of more than 80 on the individual cost of each filter and the holder'

i can only assume the price is an error???

joshwa Plus
10 923 1 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2017 8:48AM
parallax 11 204 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2017 10:29AM
JJGEE 15 7.8k 18 England
17 Apr 2017 12:57PM
565.25 at Robert White, but it is currently out of stock.
andybebbs 12 611 1 England
18 Apr 2017 7:07AM
600 for filter only a dream for us mortals
sitan1 Plus
12 1.3k 1 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2017 9:23AM
Filter holders are the biggest rip off ever, they charge massive amounts of money for a few bits of metal, in fact filters are a rip off as well 600 is daylight robbery, photography is expensive enough with bodies and lenses costing the earth, once you get your camera and lenses you then have to pay the price of another lens for the filters, grrrrrrrrrrr
KeithOT 14 10 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2017 11:39AM
OK if you are a professional spending 1000's on equipment, but this price is just too much for what you are getting OUCH!
19 Apr 2017 1:18PM
From where do I get/ buy Lee deluxe filter kit in Bangalore, India? I have been using Singh- Ray filters and pro CPL.
andygeol 7 6 United Kingdom
31 May 2017 5:16PM
Definitely a kit for the wealthy. I have all this stuff but bought it piece by piece (with hints for birthday / Christmas). Undoubtedly the best stuff which, alas, never comes cheap.Sad

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