The NanoPro MC Clear-Night Filter from Haida is designed to reduce the appearance of light pollution in images or video that include the night sky, and to minimize illumination from artificial light sources. This effect can be obtained when the filter is used on a film camera system with daylight film installed, or on a digital camera system with the daylight white balance setting selected.
Light pollution occurs in areas of the night sky that are above or near concentrated and intense sources of artificial light, such as cities. These sources can include streetlamps, exterior and interior lamps for commercial or residential buildings, sports and entertainment venue lighting, and brightly lit advertisements such as billboards. Together, they can result in a type of light pollution known as skyglow, where individual stars, the Milky Way, and other astronomical features in the night sky are obscured. Additionally, artificial lights clustered together can become difficult to discern individually. Light pollution from these "cluttered" sources can become a source of distraction within an image, and can resemble overexposed areas of glare.
||Haida HD4648 Rear Lens Clear-Night Filter for Tamron 15-30mm G2 Canon EF Lens
||Rear Lens Filter
||Haida, Nnigbo, Zhejiang, China
|Country of Manufacture
- Reduces the appearance of light pollution in images or video.
- Absorbs the yellow light from sodium-vapor lamps.
- Enhances the visibility of astronomical objects
- Increases definition and contrast of artificial light sources.
|In the Box
-1 x Haida Rear Lens Clear-Night Filter