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Syrp Variable ND Filter Review

Syrp Variable ND Filter Review

Latest review from Ali Elhajj gives you a good insight into Variable ND Filters with some cool dynamic sliders to show the difference with a filter on compared to just your regular lens.

MONTREAL: A timelapse story by Johany Jutras

Lightroom Mobile – Iceland

Aaron Grimes has put together this great short ad about using the new Adobe Lightroom Mobile. Looks like a great APP and we can’t wait to try it out! All the camera movement / timelapse made possible with the Genie + Magic Carpet combo. Enjoy!

Timelapse from Spain

A lot of work and a lot of images gone into this production by Miguel Angel Langa and his crew from Notice a few cablecam shots scattered in there too. Enjoy.

Syrp Variable ND Filter on Planet 5D

Timelapse in Holland with the Genie.

Syrp Variable ND filter comparison.

SLR lounge have just released this great Gear Talk about ND filters with a comparison between the Singh-ray fixed ND filter, the lightcraft workshop Variable ND and our own Syrp Variable ND filter.
It’s a great video that actually shows how you can use Variable NDs to create shots and does great job of analysing the pros and cons of the various ND filters out there. Enjoy!

Syrp products now shipping from within the US.

Syrp products now shipping from within the US.

We’re pleased to announce to all of our US customers that we are now shipping from our US based warehouse which will greatly enhance shipping cost and turnaround time for all of our products.
the Genie, Magic Carpet and all of our accessories are now available and shipping domestically in the USA.

Auckland Time-lapse

Magic Carpet Video.

We’ve just released our Magic Carpet Overview video which has all the ins and outs of the product and how it works. The Magic Carpet’s a simple, portable solution for smooth tracking moves and Motion Control. Designed with quick-release levers and a full roller-bearing carriage it’s an easy-setup, affordable solution for tracking camera movement. Check out the video above for the full run-down!