The filter is 3D printed and made of PLA filament. Beside the polarisation film it has small magnets and screws made of stainless steel.
Yes! You can add your VAT number in the cart after adding the item.
Contact us and we can figure out together if we can help you. We plan to offer single replacement parts to purchase in the future.
Simply put the filter on your ringflash and a polarisation filter on your lens. Turn on the LEDs of the ringflash and point it to a mirror or another reflective surface. Rotate the filter on your lens until the reflection of the LEDs in the mirror are no visible for the camera anymore. It’s not possible to completely get rid of the reflections but almost. The only visible light is dark blue/purple on metallic objects. Now your light and your camera are crosspolarized. If you turn the filter on the light by 90 degrees, it’s parallel polarized. 180 degrees is cross polarized again. If you have any issues, don’t hesitate to contact us.
I normally build my Photogrammetry Gear by myself.
But I was always curious about how a premade Polarizer would perform,
I can report: This Filter is working really well. The Quality of both the 3d printed Frame and the Film inside the Polarizer is great.
I would totally order that Polarizer again.
I had another filter that was losing it’s magnets over time and was very heavy. I’m glad I got this one, it’s really an upgrade and worth the money!