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BLACK MIST
BLACK MIST
A subtle softening filter
The Hoya Black Mist filter is a subtle softening filter that lowers contrast and gives an over-all soft look to portraits.

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Center-Spot
Center-Spot
Center focus for portraits
A close-up lens with a hole in the center. The periphery of the picture is rendered a delicate, softfocus effect while the central image is sharply focused

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Close-Up
Close-Up
A world of new creativity
Available in +1, +2, +3 and +4 diopters for close-up photography. Depth-of-field is shallow so use as small an aperture as possible, CLOSE-UPs offer a world of new creativity.

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DIFFUSER
DIFFUSER
The beauty of a Soft-focus effect
Both are diffusion type filters but DIFFUSER gives a soft-focus effect due to its irregularly uneven surface while DUTO has fine concentric lines etched on its surface. The center of the picture is usually sharp with DUTO but DIFFUSER gives an overall soft-focus effect. Both are particularly effective in portraiture and commercial photography.

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DUTO
DUTO
The beauty of a Soft-focus effect
Both are diffusion type filters, but DIFFUSER gives a soft-focus effect due to its irregularly uneven surface while DUTO has fine concentric lines etched on its surface. The center of the picture is usually sharp with DUTO, but DIFFUSER gives an overall soft-focus effect. Both are particularly effective in portraiture and commercial.

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FOG A
FOG A
Produce the effect of dense fog
Lightly veils the entire picture in white. Available in a set of two: FOG(A) and FOG(B). FOG(B) has a stronger effect than FOG(A). Both can be used together to produce an effect similar to dense fog. The effect can be varied by changing the aperture of the lens, but stopping down too far will reduce the effect.

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