This Formatt 62mm Screw-In Adapter Ring is for the FM-600 Matte Box.
MFR SKU: WPAB-CA14-Core | Helix SKU: FXWPABCA14Core
The kit contains a WonderPana Absolute 150mm filter holder adapter ring for the Lee SW-150 filter system, a 130mm WonderPana Absolute filter holder adapter ring and a filter holder for both the Cokin X-Pro and FotodioX Pro 130mm filter systems, a 145mm WonderPana Absolute filter adapter ring for 145mm FotodioX round filters, a lens-dedicated retention ring, plus a 145mm inner-pinch lens cap for 145mm FotodioX round filters.
Each individual adapter ring attaches directly to the lens-dedicated retention ring and will not interfere with the Canon EF 14mm f/2.8L II USM lens's zoom capability. The adapter ring for a Lee SW-150 filter holder, as well as the adapter ring for the Cokin X-Pro and FotodioX Pro 130mm filter holders, securely connect to their compatible filter holders. They each allow for a filter holder's free rotation around the lens to complement the use of LEE SW-150, Cokin X-Pro, or FotodioX Pro 130mm graduated neutral density or other filters that are enhanced by varied positioning. Compatible filters can be screwed into the filter adapter ring for 145mm FotodioX round filters. Each adapter ring is designed to help avoid any vignetting. The retention ring and adapter rings within this kit are constructed using aluminum-alloy for durability while remaining lightweight.
The FotodioX Pro 130mm Filter Holder is designed to accommodate multiple Cokin X-Pro series or FotodioX Pro 130mm filters in order to help create the shot you envision. In its standard front-facing position, it can hold up to two rectangular filters for the Cokin X-Pro series or FotodioX Pro 130mm filter holders. Two adjustable, rear-facing brass tension knobs allow the FotodioX Pro 130mm Filter Holder to be rotated or locked into place while installed on a compatible adapter ring and facing front. To further avoid vignetting when needed, the filter holder can be placed in a reverse-facing position where it cannot rotate, but can hold one Cokin X-Pro series or one FotodioX Pro 130mm filter closer to the front of a lens it is used with.
Rectangular Cokin X-Pro series or FotodioX Pro 130mm filters are 130mm-wide and 2.9mm-thick. A FotodioX Pro 130mm filter holder adapter ring or Cokin X-Pro series filter holder adapter ring can be used to connect this plastic filter holder to the front of a lens.
The FotodioX 145mm Center-Pinch Snap-On Lens Cap for Select WonderPana Systems and Filters is a 145mm front lens cap with a squeeze, spring, and snap-on mechanism. It is easy to install as well as remove, and can attach to a WonderPana 145, FreeArc, or Absolute filter holder system in order to protect the front element of a lens that any one of those systems are mounted on. Additionally, this lens cap can be used to protect a non-slim FotodioX WonderPana 145 filter that is mounted on a FotodioX WonderPana 145, FreeArc, or Absolute filter holder system and has no other filters placed in front of it.
MFR SKU: WP145-Core-OM714-MFT28-Cap | Helix SKU: FXWP145CoreOM714MFT28Cap
• Provides the ability to mount a variety of 145mm filters and more!
• Doubles as a hood to help protect your lens from damage, scratches, fingerprints and the elements
• Lightweight, aluminum-alloy construction with a corrosion-resistant, black anodized finish for durability
• Attaches to the lens securely as if it was a part of the lens itself, ultra wide construction to eliminate vignetting
• Limited 2-Year Manufacturer Warranty
Challenging shooting scenarios often call for adding a lens filter to save the shot. However when you're shooting with an Wide Angle or Ultra Wide Angle lens, the bulbous front lens element and lack of threads make it impossible to add filters - until WonderPana. The WonderPana is a complete filter system designed expressly for filtering UWA and WA lenses without vignetting.
With a selection of 20+ different custom lens mounts, plus over 25 different filters, there is a perfect creative combination for any photographer or videographer. We offer 145mm round circular polarizer filters, neutral density ND4-1000, and a selection of 6.6" soft and hard edged rotating square gradient filters.
WonderPana FreeArc Core Option
Comprising the dedicated filter holder and a optional bracket for attaching 6.6"-wide rectangular filters, this WonderPana FreeArc Core Filter Holder and 6.6" add-on bracket from Fotodiox enables attaching 145mm threaded filters and caps to the lens, which itself lacks filter threads, the bracket can be added for working with 6.6"-wide square and rectangular filters. Once assembled, the entire system rotates a full 360° for flexible placement of the filter in use.
The optional Fotodiox WonderPana 6.6" Holder Bracket is a two-piece assembly designed to be used in combination with a Fotodiox WonderPana FreeArc Core Unit. When attached it then allows for the convenient use of two 2.5 to 4.0mm-thick filters measuring 6.6in wide, or one 6.6in wide filter along with one 145mm round filter behind it. The WonderPana 6.6" Holder Bracket features a lightweight, aluminum-alloy construction that has a corrosion-resistant, black anodized finish for durability. A rigid pouch is included for storage and transport.
In The Box:
|Product Dims||19 x 15 x 3.8cm @ 12.1oz|
|Shipping Dims||18 x 18 x 18cm @ 22oz|
Looking for something different? Tired of night diving? Fluorescence will give you a whole new perspective on the world beneath the waves. With our line of excitation and barrier filters, you can convert your powerful Ikelite DS161, DS160, or DS125 strobe into a fluorescence set-up. No need to purchase expensive specialty lights or guided dives. Be the explorer!
To see this underwater, you'll need a light with an "excitation filter" attached AND a "barrier filter" on your mask and camera system. What you'll generally see is a glow emitted from a variety of corals and animals, mostly in greens, blues, and reds. You may find two of the same type of corals—one which fluoresces, and one which doesn't. Dive your favorite spots in a different light and see what you've been missing!
Fluorescence is technically the photon emitted as an electron relaxes from its excited state to its ground state. In layman's terms, it's the glowing you are familiar with in glow sticks, jellyfish, and forensics. A variety of organisms and materials above and below water exhibit fluorescence—often with the introduction of a particular wavelength of light.
Fluorescence photography may be captured during the day by experimenting with using a very powerful, filtered light source and under-exposing the ambient light.