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Rollei F:X Pro Filter

THE BEST FILTERS, 
WE’VE EVER BUILT.

Even finer coating, even more scratch-resistant, no color cast and minimal reflections – it’s no surprise why we have added ‚Pro‘ to the name of our new square filters. 

F:X PRO FILTER HIGHLIGHTS

No Colour Cast

The colour accuracy of our filters is exemplary. Now you can capture the world as you see it with your own eyes. 

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Scratch resistant

Our anti-scratch coating acts as a protective layer on the glass and ensures that dust and dirt can be easily removed.

Robust

We’ve tested our filters out in the field in temperatures ranging from -20°c to 40°c. We have also shot at sunrise and sunset from 282 feet below sea level up to 9000 feet above to ensure these filters are our most robust yet.

Minimal reflections

The anti-reflective luminance coating on our filters reduce reflections by up to 99.5 percent and guarantee razor-sharp images.

Up to 150 megapixels

The coating on our filters is so fine that even high-resolution cameras will continue to capture sharp images to their full potential.

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Gorilla Glass

Our filters are made of Gorilla® glass. Thanks to the special manufacturing process, it is renowned for its durability and ensures extremely high light transmission and colour accuracy.

WE TESTED OUR FILTERS IN EXTREME ENVIRONMENTS, SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO.

Cold, heat, rain and sand. On the west coast of the USA, we put our filters through their paces – with brilliant results.

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FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL

BELOW SEA LEVEL

F:X PRO GND FILTER

A GND filter is a graduated neutral density filter that has a graduated tint from dark to clear. With a GND you can balance brightness differences in the image and there can be no underexposure or overexposure.

F:X PRO GND filter

For every individual need, we have different types of GND filters on offer. Get more information here.

SOFT GND

These filters are used when shooting urban scenes, jagged mountain landscapes or forest areas with diverse vegetation or when there is no clearly defined horizon.

MEDIUM GND

These filters have a moderate gradation in the middle of the filter. This allows a uniform exposure where the light changes significantly in only one third of the image.

HARD GND

These filters are ideal when taking pictures by the sea or other locations where there is a clearly defined horizon line.

CENTRE GND

These filters are often used when the brightest part of the scene is the centre and allows a unique dynamic range in the image.

 

REVERSE GND

These filters are used for scenes where the brightest part of the image is in the middle of the frame, for example at sunrise or sunset.

What does a GND filter do?

You can use a GND filter for scenes where part of the image requires a slightly different exposure than another part. For example, in this shot of ‘Tunnel View’ in Yosemite National Park, California we have used a GND filter and as a result, the colours are more intense and solid structures are richer in contrast.

F:X PRO ND FILTER

ND Filter means ‘Neutral Density Filter’. The function of this filter is to reduce the amount of light entering the lens without changing the brightness or colour contrast of the subject itself.

F:X PRO ND filter

ND8 Filter

Available in sizes
100 x 100 mm and
150 x 150 mm

ND64 Filter

Available in sizes
100 x 100 mm and
150 x 150 mm

ND1000 Filter

Available in sizes
100 x 100 mm and
150 x 150 mm

ND2000 Filter

Available in sizes
100 x 100 mm and
150 x 150 mm

ND4000 Filter

Available in sizes
100 x 100 mm and
150 x 150 mm

What does an ND FILTER do?

With an ND filter, you can extend the exposure time of your image even in bright sunshine. You can also blur moving elements of your image composition, making water look silky and smooth when you’re shooting a river for example, while keeping the still parts of the image sharp.

F:X PRO CPL FILTER

A CPL (polarising filter) amplifies colours and contrasts so that the image looks richer, for example in nature shots.

F:X PRO CPL Filter

What does a CPL FILTER do?

CPL filters not only enhance colours and contrasts, but they are also able to filter out reflections – for example, in architectural and urban scenes where windows are visible. A CPL filter also reduces reflections on non-metallic surfaces, such as water.

Filter Kit Builder

Individual filter sets tailor-made for you in just a few simple steps. Save up to €150 when buying three filters.

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