Super Dark: Syrp launches variable neutral density filter, offering 5 to 10 stops of light filtering


posted Friday, December 16, 2016 at 7:00 AM EDT


Syrp is well known for their timelapse equipment, including motion controllers and ziplines, but their latest product is a bit different, the Super Dark variable ND filter.

The Super Dark offers photographers and videographers between five and ten stops of neutral density filtering. You change the exposure filtering through the adjustable front ring on the filter. The filter screws onto your lens via filter thread and itself has a filter thread, allowing the stacking of filters.

The filter is available in two sizes, small and large. The former fits 67mm and smaller lenses and include 52mm and 58mm step-up rings. The larger size fits 72mm, 77mm and 82mm lenses. The filter comes with a leather case and lens cloth in addition to the step up rings. The small size costs just under US$170 and the larger will be around $210. They are both available for preorder now with shipping starting on December 15.


Syrp Super Dark Variable ND Filter

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