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For you the perfect entry into the world of Kase filters

With our filter kits we offer you an entry into the world of Kase filters. By buying our kits you secure a price advantage compared to buying the products individually and you can start with photography immediately.

For example, with the Kase Wolverine Series Entry-Level Kit we offer you the perfect entry level kit into the K100 (100x150 mm) rectangular filter world of Kase. The filter set consists of our proven K100 holder with a magnetic 90mm polarizing filter (circular), 2 adapter rings and step-down rings each, as well as a SLIM Wolverine 100x150 mm gray graduated filter and a SLIM Wolverine 100x150 mm ND filter. With these filters you can already realize excellent landscape shots and long time exposures.

But also for experienced photographers we offer for example the "Kase Wolverine Soft K100 Master Kit 100x100 mm ND with K9 filter holder". The Kase Wolverine Master Set is the top set of the K100 (100x100 mm or 100x150 mm) rectangular filters from Kase. The kit consists of our proven K100 filter holder, a magnetic 90mm polarizing filter (circular), 2 adapter rings and step-down rings each, as well as three 100x150 mm gray graduated filters and two Wolverine ND filters. Due to the large number of GND and ND filters available in this set, you are prepared for every lighting situation and motif.

With our filter kits we offer you an entry into the world of Kase filters. By buying our kits you secure a price advantage compared to buying the products individually and you can start with... read more »
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For you the perfect entry into the world of Kase filters

With our filter kits we offer you an entry into the world of Kase filters. By buying our kits you secure a price advantage compared to buying the products individually and you can start with photography immediately.

For example, with the Kase Wolverine Series Entry-Level Kit we offer you the perfect entry level kit into the K100 (100x150 mm) rectangular filter world of Kase. The filter set consists of our proven K100 holder with a magnetic 90mm polarizing filter (circular), 2 adapter rings and step-down rings each, as well as a SLIM Wolverine 100x150 mm gray graduated filter and a SLIM Wolverine 100x150 mm ND filter. With these filters you can already realize excellent landscape shots and long time exposures.

But also for experienced photographers we offer for example the "Kase Wolverine Soft K100 Master Kit 100x100 mm ND with K9 filter holder". The Kase Wolverine Master Set is the top set of the K100 (100x100 mm or 100x150 mm) rectangular filters from Kase. The kit consists of our proven K100 filter holder, a magnetic 90mm polarizing filter (circular), 2 adapter rings and step-down rings each, as well as three 100x150 mm gray graduated filters and two Wolverine ND filters. Due to the large number of GND and ND filters available in this set, you are prepared for every lighting situation and motif.

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Kase Wolverine K100 Entry-Level Kit with K9 Filter Holder
Kase Wolverine K100 Entry-Level Kit with K9 Filter Holder
The Kase Wolverine K100 Entry Level Kit is the starter set in the K100 (100x100 or 100x150mm) square filter world of Kase. The Entry-Level Kit consists of our innovative K9 filter holder with a magnetic 90mm Polarizer (circular), each with 2 adapter and step-down rings and a 100x150mm Soft GND 0.9 (neutral density filter) and a Wolverine ND64 filter (neutral density filter)....
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Kase Wolverine K100 Master Kit with K9 Filter Holder
Kase Wolverine K100 Master Kit with K9 Filter Holder
The Kase Wolverine Master Kit is the top set of K100 (100x100 or 100x150mm) box filter world of Kase. Our K100 Master Kit consists of our innovative K9 filter holder with a magnetic 90mm Polarizer (circular), each with 2 adapter and step-down rings and a 100x150mm Soft GND 0.9, a 100x150mm Soft GND 1.2, a 100x150mm Reverse GND 0.9, a Wolverine ND64 filter (neutral density...
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kase high end kit 100x100mm K9
Kase Wolverine K100 High-End Kit with K9 Filter Holder
The Kase Wolverine Series High-End Kit consists of our innovative K9 filter holder with a magnetic 90mm Polarizer (circular), each with 2 adapter and step-down rings and a 100x150mm Soft GND 0.9 (neutral density filter), 100x150mm Reverse Grad 0.9 and a Wolverine ND64 filter (neutral density filter). With our traditional 2mm K100 Kits we let the photographer choose between a...
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The individual components of our filter kits briefly explained

The versatile polarizing filter

The first important type of filter that you should not do without is the so-called polarizing filter, also known as polarizing filter and CPL filter. Polarizing filters make it possible to remove unwanted reflections from various surfaces such as glass, grasses, water and leaves. For meadows and trees, this filter provides a richer and more contrasting landscape, as shown in the picture below. With glass, a polarizing filter almost completely eliminates the reflections.

The effect is not always the same and depends on different factors. For example, the CPL filter can be rotated on the lens to change the intensity of the effect. The effect itself is caused by light waves oscillating in a certain direction. This direction is also called the polarization direction of light. A polarizing filter is coated in such a way that it only allows light of a certain polarization to pass through. This means that it swallows about 2 apertures of light, but also reduces unwanted reflections.

A must in photography, the grey filter

A grey filter is screwed or plugged in front of the lens to reduce the light hitting the camera sensor. This principle can be compared to that of sunglasses for the human eye. The effect allows longer exposure times and many interesting pictures to be taken. A grey filter can be used to achieve various creative effects, such as the disappearance of people in busy places. As a rule of thumb, the darker the grey filter, the stronger the effect in photography. Some effects that can be achieved with an ND filter are listed below:

  • Architecture shots (making moving people disappear)
  • Wipe effects (waterfalls, flowing waters and waves have a silky effect)
  • Traces of light (moving cars)

The grey filters we offer are made of a high-quality optical glass, which reproduces the colours neutrally. This allows the motifs to be captured under different lighting conditions without appearing overexposed.

In which strength should one choose ND filters?

We have created a table that shows which ND filters should be used in which situation. Below you can see which filter has which neutral density, increases the shutter speed and darkens by how many apertures.

Filter Situation
ND4 Filter The ND4 filter is used in moderate light conditions and is suitable for rainy and stormy days. They are also used at sunsets, sunrises and when the sun is at its zenith.
ND8 Filter The ND8 filter is used on sunny days and when the sky is slightly cloudy.
ND16 Filter The ND16 filter is the standard filter for sunny days.
ND32 Filter The ND32 filter is used on sunny days when there is a lot of light.
ND64 Filter

The ND64 filter should be used for snowy landscapes on sunny days, reflective water surfaces or similar.

ND1000 Filter

The ND1000 filter is mainly used in landscape photography to create blurred clouds and soft water. 

 

Neutral density 

f-stops

Correction factor shutter speed

Filter name
0,6 2 4x ND4
0,9 3 8x ND8
1,2 4 16x ND16
1,5 5 32x ND32
1,8 6 64x ND64
3,0 10 1000x ND1000

How do I photograph with a grey filter?

  1. Screw/clamp the grey filter onto the camera lens
  2. Mount the camera on a stable tripod
  3. Selecting and focusing the image section
  4. In the best case the camera should be in balance
  5. Turn off the image stabilizer, if present
  6. Use the autofocus to focus on the image section and then switch to "manual".
  7. To avoid blurring of the image, always use a remote shutter release or time shutter release

Basically, this manual shows the typical steps that should be followed for a long exposure. Of course, this manual should not be considered rigid, but it is a good approach for beginners as well as for professionals. If you want to capture a certain subject, it is recommended to calculate the exposure time values with the help of the above table, so that the subject is not already gone when you set the exposure. This is especially useful if the exposure is longer than 30 seconds, because then the bulb mode must be activated.

The gray graduated filter and how it works

Gray gradient filters (GND filters) are a special type of gradient filters that are transparent at one end and darkened at the other end. In the middle of the filter the two areas converge, from clear to dark. This transition is different depending on the type of GND filter. The different types are described below. These filters are primarily used to balance the exposure of a scene which in landscape photography naturally consists of a dark section (foreground) and a bright section (sky). A human eye is able to visualize a much larger range of light and shadow than the sensor of a camera. This is called the "dynamic range" of a scene. Since the camera covers a smaller dynamic range, the use of GNDs helps to capture the dynamic range of a scene with one exposure instead of combining several shots with different exposure times in post-processing.

How do the types of GND filters differ and when should they be used?

Soft GND filters 
These filters have a very smooth transition from transparent to dark. They are suitable for scenes that have a wide or interrupted transition from the sky to the actual foreground. An example of a scene that should be shot with a soft GND filter is a mountainous landscape crossing the horizon line. A rock formation in the sea is also predestined for photography with a soft GND filter.

Hard GND filters 
These types of GND filters have a hard transition from clear to dark. They are suitable for scenes that have a highly visible transition from the sky to the actual foreground. This filter is most useful for landscape shots in which no elements project beyond the horizon, for example, shots of the sea with a wide view of the ocean. These filters can also be used when a hard transition against the sun is advantageous.

Reverse GND filters 
Reverse GND filters with an "inverted transition" are similar to the hard GND filter except that the darkest part of the filter is in the middle. These filters are for shots taken against a light source and where the light is most intense at the horizon.

 

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