For many years I have used a variety of photographic filters, from Cokin Filters, Hoya filters, K&F filters, Gobe Filters, Lee Filters, Formatt Hitech and 84.5 Filters. I was always searching for something better, more practical and stand up to whatever the outdoors, weather and the environments I was travelling too.
The final straw was in 2017 and a moment every photographer dreads. I dropped my square filter system from a previous brand, into the river and waterfall below me. Smashing the circular polariser and 10-stop ND filter, leaving a considerable large dent in my wallet. In order to continue the workshop at the time, I returned to using a circular filter and since that day, I haven’t looked back at Square filters.
I use the Kase Wolverine Magnetic Circular Filter system which provide all the great qualities of 100mm filters but in a robust, pocket size option. Great for photographers looking to save weight and space. I use these Kase filters for all my outdoor and landscape photography needs.
Whether that be at the coast and enjoying long exposures using a 10-stop or 16-stop Kase Neutral Density filter or up a snow covered mountain using a Kase Magnetic Circular Polarizing filter to cut glare of wet rocks. Whatever the location, the magnets and circular filter system continues to go on, and now 2 years on exclusively using the Kase Wolverine Magnetic Circular filters, they still survive and yet to replace any of the filters. A worthwhile investment.
I’ve thrown the Kase Wolverine Circular filters off mountains, dropped them in lakes, sand and sea, bounced off granite and slate and still they go on. Lightweight, Compact, Toughened Glass, Fast and Convenient to use, Superior quality, Colour Neutrality is perfect from an award-winning filter system!