ND & Close-Up Filters

As a budding or aspiring photographer, you’ve likely seen or even used camera lens filters before. Photographers use these little pieces of glass for a multitude of reasons, but the most common is for managing tricky lighting conditions when shooting. And protecting the lens, it’s much cheaper to replace a filter than the entire lens should the worst case scenario occur … dropping your lens!

Filters help minimize glare and reflections, enhance colors, reduce light coming into the lens, and more. Each lens filter serves a specific purpose, as each one is built to deliver a specific effect that can help enhance the final look of an image.

We sell the premium OKKO Filter Range.

Okko lens filters were inspired by the pure southern light and epic landscapes of Aotearoa.

Okko lens filters are quality kit, built to last and don’t cost a fortune.

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We stock all sizes of the Protective & Polarizing Filters, and a few of the Variable ND Filters. It’s always best to give us a call or message/email before popping in, just to ensure we have the filter & size you require in stock!

How To Find The Lens Diameter:

It’s usually easy to find, because it’s often printed right there on the lens. But sometimes, it might not be easy to spot, as on some lenses it’s etched into the plastic or metal but there’s a good chance it’s there. It’s one of the few standards that camera manufacturers stick to. So, no matter the brand, the lens diameter is marked the same way.

Variable ND Filters:

Control the amount of light in your image so you can do longer exposures during the day. Shoot in bright light without overexposing your images. Use slower shutter speeds to create dramatic effects that emphasise movement.

Variable Neutral Density Filters 1

Streamline your kitbag and swiftly adjust your F-stop rating to manage light exposure on the fly.

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