Neutral Density Filters for Control of Light Intensity
Neutral density (ND) filters reduce light intensity in the visible region of 400 to 700 wavelength range.
Neutral density glass characteristics may vary with melting conditions but the filter performance can be compensated by changing the filter glass thickness.
Neutral density filter applications:
- Exposure control in color photography
- Calibration filters
- Light control in various instruments
For neutral density spectrum filter glass transmission curves, click here.
For neutral density filter glass cross-referenced to Schott and Hoya, click here.
Click here for all color filter glass specifications and transmission curves.
Contact Valley Design for neutral density filter applications from research and development through to prototype and production stages.