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Syrp Variable ND Filter Kit Giveaway

By Hanssie on December 16th 2014

We are excited to announce the next giveaway this season as we’ve partnered with one of our favorite ND filters, Syrp.

Introduction

Using a Natural Density (ND) filter will reduce the amount of light going into your camera’s sensor creating longer exposure times without changing the color of your image. It allows you to be more creative in capturing images such as waterfalls to create that beautiful blur and movement, but ND filters are not just for landscape photographers. An ND filter can also be used to create a more shallow depth of field in bright light. With this little piece of gray glass, the possibilities are endless.

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This is a single-raw (not an HDR or a composite) shot using the Syrp filter stopped down to 3 stops. The image was edited in Lightroom with some cleanup work in Photoshop. Photo Credit: Ali Elhajj / certainpointofview.com  

Win a Small + Large Syrp Variable ND Filter Kit!

Each Syrp Variable ND kits come complete with Genuine leather case, 2 x step up rings to fit multiple lenses and a Syrp Lens Cloth. Use the Syrp ND for film-making to create shallow depth of field shots in bright sunlight using your DSLR or in photography and time-lapse to shoot smooth waterfalls and glassy lakes by slowing your shutter speed down. And we are giving away a set! More details on how to enter the giveaway at the end of this post.

Giveaway Details:

Large Variable ND Filter Kit

1 x 82mm Variable ND Filter
1 x 77mm Step-up ring (to fit lenses with 77mm thread)
1 x 72mm Step-up ring (to fit lenses with 72mm thread)
1 x Genuine Leather case
1 x Syrp lens cloth

Small Variable ND Filter Kit

1 x 67mm Variable ND Filter
1 x 58mm Step-up ring (to fit lenses with 58mm thread)
1 x 52mm Step-up ring (to fit lenses with 52mm thread)
1 x Genuine Leather case
1 x Syrp lens cloth

Want To Find Out More About The Syrp Variable ND filter?  Watch the SLR Lounge Gear Talk!

 SYRP VARIABLE ND FILTER KIT

Beautifully packaged and designed The Syrp Variable ND Filter kit is your essential DSLR film-making and photography tool.

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Made with high-quality Japanese glass, each kit comes with a genuine leather case, two lens adaptor rings and a lens cloth. Create a creamy bokeh effect in your films or shoot glassy lakes and waterfalls for photography and time-lapse.

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SMOOTH VARIABLE ND

The Syrp Variable ND filter Provides exposure reduction of 1 stop (ND2) to 8.5 Stops (ND400) of light using a smooth adjustable front ring for adjustment. The front of the filter also has a thread so you can easily stack other filters if needed and will also fit your regular lens cap.

syrp-giveaway-3 GENUINE LEATHER CASE

Both the small and large filter kits come with a genuine leather carry case to house the filter and ensure it stays protected from dust and scratches.

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Each Syrp Variable ND filter kit comes with two Step-up rings. The large filter kit comes with adapters for a 72mm and 77mm lens while the small (67mm) filter kit can be used with 52mm and 58mm lenses.

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Enter to Win!

To win the small and large Variable ND Filter Kit (Retail value $328) as described above, enter your name here:

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About

Hanssie is a Southern California-based writer and sometimes portrait and wedding photographer. In her free time, she homeschools, works out, rescues dogs and works in marketing for SLR Lounge. She also blogs about her adventures and about fitness when she’s not sick of writing so much. Check out her work and her blog at www.hanssie.com and www.fittedmagazine.com. Follow her on Instagram. Email her at:
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Q&A Discussions

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  1. Jesper Ek

    Nice!

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  2. Scott Pacaldo

    excited for this. I’ve been wanting to get myself an ND filter for video use on my 60d.

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  3. Aleksey Kuzmenko

    I am IN! Till now using ND8 and CPOL, bud its not very comfortable for video shooting

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  4. Eric Reardon

    Read the rules and saw nothing about international entries so I entered I am in Canada.

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  5. Kurk Rouse

    Any B+W users out there ? I own the 3, 6 and 10 stop ND filters.

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