The Schneider RHOdium Full Spectrum Neutral Density (FSND) filters are designed specifically for the high color standards of 4K, 6K, and 8K resolution cameras, and now they've introduced the graduated version of the high-end line which range from 0.3 to 1.8. The ND layer is protected by glass, so these filters will perform well even in harsh conditions.

Availability is expected some time at the end of the year, perhaps October, and pricing will be slightly higher but comparable to other filters int he RHOdium FSND line, which are around $430.

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