Quickly achieve close focusing with any lens with diopter filters.
This diopter is a split field filter that can create focus effects that emulate a greater depth of field throughout a scene without adjusting the lens iris.
Diopters are very popular on set for shots that need multiple areas of the frame at different distances to be in critical focus.
Diopter filters are popular with anamorphic lenses as they decrease a lenses minimum focusing distance.
Maximum magnification varies greatly depending on each lens. A higher number of magnification will allow each lens to focus closer than a smaller magnification.
- A +1 combined with a +2 will equal a +3, while a +2 combined with a +4 will equal a +6, and so on
- Note: Special attention should be given to framing and mounting with split field diopters, as the split line can be quite prominent in the image if not used correctly.