PRO ND100000 Instruction_4rev

PRO ND100000 Instruction_4rev
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5.0, 6 3/5 stops
5.0, 6 3/5 stops
Instruction
Instruction
This HOYA PRO ND100000 (5.0, 16 3/5 stops) filter is a ND (neutral density) filter
that can be attached to the object side (top side) of interchangeable lenses for
cameras and allows you to avoid light reflections while shooting.
This HOYA PRO ND100000 (5.0, 16 3/5 stops) filter is a ND (neutral density) filter
that can be attached to the object side (top side) of interchangeable lenses for
cameras and allows you to avoid light reflections while shooting.
■Warning !
To avoid loss of eyesight, do not stare directly at the sun using this
filter independently.
Pro ND100000 is a photographic filter made for shooting purpose only
and is not suitable to observe the sun directly through it.
To observe a solar eclipse, we recommend using eclipse glasses.
■Warning !
To avoid loss of eyesight, do not stare directly at the sun using this
filter independently.
Pro ND100000 is a photographic filter made for shooting purpose only
and is not suitable to observe the sun directly through it.
To observe a solar eclipse, we recommend using eclipse glasses.
■Safety Precautions
● Avoid hitting or dropping the filter. The filter frame is delicate and may warp if dropped.
● Do not attach warped filters to the lens. It may cause damages to the lens’ threads.
Do not place the filter under direct sunlight, or in excessively hot or humid places.
Prolonged exposure to such extreme conditions may discolor the filter’ s surface
and therefore negatively affecting the desired effect.
● Be sure to properly attach the filter to the lens. If not properly attached, the filter
may come off and fall from the lens.
● A step ring is necessary to lenses other than 58/67/77/82 mm in filter size.
■Safety Precautions
● Avoid hitting or dropping the filter. The filter frame is delicate and may warp if dropped.
● Do not attach warped filters to the lens. It may cause damages to the lens’ threads.
Do not place the filter under direct sunlight, or in excessively hot or humid places.
Prolonged exposure to such extreme conditions may discolor the filter’ s surface
and therefore negatively affecting the desired effect.
● Be sure to properly attach the filter to the lens. If not properly attached, the filter
may come off and fall from the lens.
● A step ring is necessary to lenses other than 58/67/77/82 mm in filter size.
■Shooting at the sun : special precautions
1. Even if the filter is properly attached to the lens, please avoid staring directly at the sun
through the optical viewfinder of the camera. It may cause severe injuries to your eyes.
2. Please adjust focusing through the camera monitor in “live view” mode only.
Therefore, when shooting at the sun, please avoid using any camera, like film
cameras, compact cameras, etc.
3. For sharper pictures, we suggest to adjust the focus manually.
4. In high light conditions, pointing the camera directly towards the sun may cause
damages or malfunctioning to the camera sensor. In this case, it is recommended
to point your camera towards the sun only after installing suitable filters, like light
quantity adjustment filters or solar filters.
5. Even when using light quantity adjustment filters or solar filters, pointing the
camera towards the sun for a long period of time may damage the camera sensors.
When possible, short term shooting sessions should therefore be preferable.
■Shooting at the sun : special precautions
1. Even if the filter is properly attached to the lens, please avoid staring directly at the sun
through the optical viewfinder of the camera. It may cause severe injuries to your eyes.
2. Please adjust focusing through the camera monitor in “live view” mode only.
Therefore, when shooting at the sun, please avoid using any camera, like film
cameras, compact cameras, etc.
3. For sharper pictures, we suggest to adjust the focus manually.
4. In high light conditions, pointing the camera directly towards the sun may cause
damages or malfunctioning to the camera sensor. In this case, it is recommended
to point your camera towards the sun only after installing suitable filters, like light
quantity adjustment filters or solar filters.
5. Even when using light quantity adjustment filters or solar filters, pointing the
camera towards the sun for a long period of time may damage the camera sensors.
When possible, short term shooting sessions should therefore be preferable.
■Shooting at the sun : advice
1. It is always advisable to make some tests before shooting.
2. Using a tripod and a shutter release is highly recommended.
3. For better results, set the ISO on a low value and shoot in manual shooting mode.
4. It is always suggested to grasp aperture value and appropriate exposure time
before shooting.
■Shooting at the sun : advice
1. It is always advisable to make some tests before shooting.
2. Using a tripod and a shutter release is highly recommended.
3. For better results, set the ISO on a low value and shoot in manual shooting mode.
4. It is always suggested to grasp aperture value and appropriate exposure time
before shooting.
■Filter cleaning
a) Soak a lens cloth or soft paper in a small amount of lens cleaner and wipe off the
grimy spot only.
b) Carefully wipe off any residue with the dried part of the cloth.
c) When using a lens cleaning solution, be careful not to use too much cleaning solution.
■Filter cleaning
a) Soak a lens cloth or soft paper in a small amount of lens cleaner and wipe off the
grimy spot only.
b) Carefully wipe off any residue with the dried part of the cloth.
c) When using a lens cleaning solution, be careful not to use too much cleaning solution.
2017.5
2017.5
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