HOYA filters are a go-to for photographers throughout the world. Today they announced new filters that ought to be appealing to many photographers out there.
Kenko Tokina Co., Ltd. is pleased to announce the sales release of the HOYA HD Mk II IRND filters, that feature HD Mk II IRND 8, 64 and 1000, along with the HD Mk II IRND FILTER KIT. The IRND filters incorporate HOYA’s market leading ACCU-ND IR cut technology and now come with a water- and oil repellent coating and low-profile frame.
The HOYA HD Mk II IRND filters allow photographers to create effects such as motion blur or flowing effects as well as giving them greater creative control over the exposure in their images. The HD Mk II series covers the most popular densities ND 8, 64 and 1000. They come with HOYA’s ACCU-ND IR cut technology that provides an even light reduction throughout the visible and IR light spectrum and guarantees that there is no IR pollution that may cause an unintended color shift in the image. The HD Mk II IRND filters also feature water- and oil repellent properties as well as a low-profile frame.
All three filters are also available in a kit that is perfect for both amateur and professional photographers who want to fully make use of ND filters in all kinds of situations or are not sure yet which ND filter is best for their vision and hence want to try out several densities.
Sales will commence on October 14, 2022.
HOYA is the world’s largest optical glass manufacturer and holds 50% of the share throughout the world on all production of optical glass. Within this field of optical glass production, HOYA is exceptionally featured, without comparison to any other competitors. It supplies its glass to most of the renown optical lens manufacturers in Japan and around the world and holds the number one share of camera filters world-wide. Kenko Tokina is the world-wide export agent for HOYA filters.