Nisi unveils the cutest filter system for the Fuji X100 system

Mar 26, 2020

Ole Henrik Skjelstad

Ole Henrik Skjelstad is a Norwegian math teacher and landscape photographer. He fell in love with photography in 2013 when he got a camera as a birthday present.

Nisi unveils the cutest filter system for the Fuji X100 system

Mar 26, 2020

Ole Henrik Skjelstad

Ole Henrik Skjelstad is a Norwegian math teacher and landscape photographer. He fell in love with photography in 2013 when he got a camera as a birthday present.

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Chinese filter manufacturer Nisi just unveiled a UV-filter and filter system for the Fuji X100V. The filter system is compatible with Fuji X100V/X100F/X100T/X100S/X100.

The UV filter protects against ultraviolet light, and it is a screw-on system produced in silver or black connecting with the camera’s color theme.

The filter system comes with an easy to install filter holder which allows stacking up to two filters. The holder is made from aluminium alloy construction and can be rotated 360 degrees.

Nisi offers two various filter kits for the X100v,

  • a starter kit: a Polarizer and a 3-stop Graduated ND
  • professional kit: A 3-stop Graduated ND, a 3-stop ND, a Polarizer, and a Natural Night filter.

NiSi UHD UV For FUJIFILM X100v

  • Absorbs Ultraviolet Light
  • Optical Glass
  • Color of Frame as same as camera (Sliver/Black)
  • Clear Protective Filter
  • Multi-Coated
  • The Lens Cap can be placed directly on to the UV filter

NiSi Filter Holder Kit For FUJIFILM X100V

  • Easy to install
  • Allows to use up to 2 square filters
  • Aluminium Alloy Construction
  • No Vignetting
  • 360 degrees Rotation

The UV filter will set you back $39, the Starter kit is $49, and the Professional kit $65.

All three options can be pre-ordered from the Nisi USA website.

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