Before the prevalence of Instagram filters, photographers were using physical lens to create stunning photos, which the PowerXND 2000 variable ND filter looks to continue.
Featuring 11 stops, the PowerXND 2000 is created by Aurora Aperture and intended to help reduce the amount of light that enters the lens. Paired with a slower shutter speed, the PowerXND 2000 will enable photographers to capture stunning photos right from the get go rather than having to muddle with things afterward.
The PowerXND 2000 variable ND filter is currently funding on Kickstarter where the impressively slim design of the product has already won over many early adopters. The brand has surpassed its funding goal already, but still has great deals available to pick up the device.
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