Kase KW Revolution Magnetic 82mm Mega Filter Kit (3, 6, & 10 Stop ND, UV, CPL & Night)
Kase's ultra-light, extremely thin Revolution magnetic filters feature the same shockproof, tempered, durable and easy to clean optical glass as their renowned Wolverine series withthe addition of color coding on the outer rings for easy identification, stronger magnetism and a single filter thread to catch a traditional lens cap. This kit includes a Circular Polarizer, as well as MCUV and Neutral Night light pollution filters alongside ND8-3-stop, ND64-6-stop and ND1000-10-stop neutral density filters all with color coded rings. Also included are a ballistic-nylon, 6-filter case, magnetic metal lens cap, and 82mm threaded magnetic adapter. These filters have no color cast and the magnetic system allows photographers to quickly swap and stack up to 4 Revolution filters with ease. Each filter is extremely thin and light. You'll first be surprised by how little space this kit takes in your bag. Next, you'll be shocked by their quality and ease of use.
Includes CPL Filter (silver), MCUV (black), Neutral Night (green), ND8 3 Stop Filter (blue), ND64 6 Stop Filter (yellow) and ND1000 10 Stop (red) Neutral Density Filters
Color Coded Filter Rings: Blue ND8, Yellow ND64, Red ND1000, Silver CPL, Black MCUV, and Green Neutral Night
Single Filter Thread to Catch a Traditional Lens Cap
Ballistic Nylon 6 Filter Case, 82mm Magnetic Adapter & Lens Cap Included
Kase Revolution 82mm filters can be used atop Wolverine 82mm magnetic adapters or filters, however Wolverine 82mm filters DO NOT fit atop 82mm Revolution magnetic adapters or filters
Kase also includes an optional, ultra-thin, 82mm Inlaid Magnetic Adapter in this kit.USE THIS OPTIONAL INSET ADAPTER WITH EXTREME CAUTION. It is designed to alleviate vignetting on ultra-wide-angle lenses. The included installation and removal tool must be used with care to avoid scratching the front element of the lens and cross-threading the inset adapter into the lens must be avoided. I DO NOT EVER USE THE INSET ADAPTER IN MY OWN LENSES