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Cokin releases new Clearsky light pollution filters

Posted on Jul 29, 2019

The new filters block specific wavelengths of light and are designed to produce natural-looking night-time cityscapes and astrophotography

Cokin’s new Clearsky filters are designed for use by astrophotographers and those wishing to capture night-time scenes without street light pollution.

This pollution is caused by sodium or mercury vapour lamps found in street lights and appears in the form of an often unwanted yellow or orange glow. Cokin’s Clearsky filters target these wavelengths of light for a natural-looking effect.


The filters have multi-layer AR and AF coatings applied on both sides to increase light transmission, reduce reflection and protect from scratches, water marks and oily fingerprints.

The new Clearsky filters are part of Cokin’s Nuances range and are available in rectangular widths of 84mm, 100mm and 130mm, or as round, screw-in filters from 52mm to 82mm diameter.

Clearsky filters are available now from Cokin stockists, with suggested retail prices ranging from to £69 to £199.

For more information, please visit Cokin’s website.

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