Schneider NDG 0,3 HE

Schneider NDG 0,3 HE

This is a Graduated Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. One very common use is to balance the exposure of sky and earth in a landscape, avoiding overexposed blank white skies.

Schneider NDG 0,6 HE

Schneider NDG 0,6 HE

This is a Graduated Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. 50% of the filter is clear and 50% has a Neutral Density of 0.6 (2 stops). The transition from clear to ND is done with a HARD EDGE (HE) transition line. One very common use is to balance the exposure of sky and earth in a landscape, avoiding overexposed blank white skies.


Schneider NDG 0,9 HE

Schneider NDG 0,9 HE

This is a Graduated Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. 50% of the filter is clear and 50% has a Neutral Density of 0.9 (3 stops). The transition from clear to ND is done with a HARD EDGE (HE) transition line. Hard Edge grads lines are used with long focal length lenses where the hard transition line is softened by the long focal length lens.

Schneider NDG 0.3 SE

Schneider NDG 0.3 SE

This is a Graduated Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. 50% of the filter is clear and 50% has a Neutral Density of 0.3 (1 stop). One very common use is to balance the exposure of sky and earth in a landscape, avoiding overexposed blank white skies.

Schneider NDG 0.6 SE

Schneider NDG 0.6 SE

This is a Graduated Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. 50% of the filter is clear and 50% has a Neutral Density of 0.6 (2 stops). One very common use is to balance the exposure of sky and earth in a landscape, avoiding overexposed blank white skies.

Schneider NDG 0.9 SE

Schneider NDG 0.9 SE

This is a 6.6" x 6.6" Graduated Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. 50% of the filter is clear and 50% has a Neutral Density of 0.9 (3 stops). One very common use is to balance the exposure of sky and earth in a landscape, avoiding overexposed blank white skies.

Schneider ND 3

Schneider ND 3

This is a Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. It has a Neutral Density of 0.3 (1 stop) and therefore reduces transmission by 50%. A common use for this filter is to allow the use of larger apertures, reducing depth of field, to allow selective focus and rack focus.

Schneider ND 6

Schneider ND 6

This is a Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. It has a Neutral Density of 0.6 (2 stops) and therefore reduces transmission by 75%. A common use for this filter is to allow the use of larger apertures, reducing depth of field, to allow selective focus and rack focus.

Schneider ND 9

Schneider ND 9

This is a Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. It has a Neutral Density of 0.9 (3 stops) and therefore reduces transmission by 87.5%. A common use for this filter is to allow the use of larger apertures, reducing depth of field, to allow selective focus and rack focus

Schneider ND 12

Schneider ND 12

This is a Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. It has a Neutral Density of 1.2 (4 stops) and therefore reduces transmission by 94%. A common use for this filter is to allow the use of larger apertures, reducing depth of field, to allow selective focus and rack focus.

Schneider ND 15

Schneider ND 15

This is a Neutral Density Filter used for Cinematography. It has a Neutral Density of 1.5 (5 stops) and therefore reduces transmission by 97%. A common use for this filter is to allow the use of larger apertures, reducing depth of field, to allow selective focus and rack focus.

Schneider 85

Schneider 85

85 filters are used to correct the color of tungsten balanced film when shooting in daylight. Most films are shot using tungsten film which is exposed indoors without the need for a filter. Experience has shown that this is a practical and cost effective way of managing the problem of shooting both indoors and outdoors with the resulting color temperature changes.

Schneider Black Frost 1/2

Schneider Black Frost 1/2

These filters flare highlights, mute colors, and tone down contrast, while retaining rich blacks. This is a very useful combination of effects for 16mm and 35mm film, as well as for HD and standard video.

Schneider Classic Soft 1/4

Schneider Classic Soft 1/4

For classic Old-Hollywood close-ups, with image quality for the New-Hollywood.

Schneider has developed a subtle and effective softening filter that can be used freely without fear of compromising the high quality of modern lenses.

Schneider Clear

Schneider Clear

During stunts which can damage a lens, Schneider Optical Flats protect expensive front elements and other filters while providing the truest image, free of unwanted color shifts. Made from Schneider’s clear optical glass, these filters minimize or eliminate the need for laboratory color correction caused by filter variations.

Schneider Digicon 1/2

Schneider Digicon 1/2

For a "filmic look" when shooting with digital cameras. When used in front of the lens, optically raises black levels while lowering highlights.

Schneider Digicon 1/4

Schneider Digicon 1/4

For a "filmic look" when shooting with digital cameras. When used in front of the lens, optically raises black levels while lowering highlights.

Schneider Digicon 1/8

Schneider Digicon 1/8

For a "filmic look" when shooting with digital cameras. When used in front of the lens, optically raises black levels while lowering highlights.

Schneider Digicon 1

Schneider Digicon 1

For a "filmic look" when shooting with digital cameras. When used in front of the lens, optically raises black levels while lowering highlights.

Hot Mirror ND 1,2 IR filter

Hot Mirror ND 1,2 IR filter

The Formatt Hot Mirror filter has been designed to correct Infrared pollution. Unlike film cameras, digital cameras are sensitive to Infrared light. This becomes more noticeable when using neutral density filters especially when higher densities are used, as is now often the case with many (particularly top end) digital cameras.

Hot Mirror IR filter

Hot Mirror IR filter

Formatt Hot Mirror filter has been designed to correct Infrared pollution. Unlike film cameras, digital cameras are sensitive to Infrared light. This becomes more noticeable when using neutral density filters especially when higher densities are used, as is now often the case with many (particularly top end) digital cameras.

Tiffen 80D

Tiffen 80D

Get the right colors with daylight film when shooting indoors, with tungsten lighting, and without a flash. Increases color temperature from 4100K to 5500K

Schneider Circular Pola

Schneider Circular Pola

Schneider offers a circular True-Pol Polarizing filter for cameras which use polarizing elements in the beam-splitters of the viewing system, such as ARRI 435 and the Movie-Cam Compact.

Schneider Black Frost 1/4

Schneider Black Frost 1/4

These filters flare highlights, mute colors, and tone down contrast, while retaining rich blacks. This is a very useful combination of effects for 16mm and 35mm film, as well as for HD and standard video. Black Frost enables cinematographers to capture blacker blacks than are possible with similar types of filters.

Schneider Classic Soft 1/2

Schneider Classic Soft 1/2

For classic Old-Hollywood close-ups, with image quality for the New-Hollywood.

Schneider has developed a subtle and effective softening filter that can be used freely without fear of compromising the high quality of modern lenses.

True Cut 750 IR

True Cut 750 IR

Most high-definition cameras have a high sensitivity to light in the IR spectrum, and though the IR light is not visible to the human eye, it can result in odd color shifts and prevent a camera’s imagers from capturing true blacks. As digital cinematographers use multi-stop neutral-density (ND) filters