Fotodiox’s WonderPana Filter Systems Now Available

October 19, 2012 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 1 Comment |
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Fotodiox today announced the immediate availability of its WonderPana 145 and WonderPana 66 Filter Systems. Claimed to be ideal for panorama, nature, architectural, fashion and event photographers as well as analogue and digital filmmakers, Fotodiox’s WonderPana lens hood systems are designed for Super Wide Angle (SWA) and Ultra Wide Angle (UWA) lenses. “By introducing the WonderPana Systems, we are offering photographers and cinematographers the ability to capture images with the right lighting balance and skip the HDR software post production process,” said Drew Strickland, vice president of Fotodiox. “With the new Wonder line, we are bringing more innovative, quality products to the market and giving photographers the tools they need to capture amazing shots.” The WonderPana Systems are available for order now on the Fotodiox website. The WonderPana 66 System starts at $350 and the WonderPana 145 System starts at $200.

Fotodiox Press Release

Fotodiox’s WonderPana Filter Systems, and its own Signature

Line of High-Quality Filters for Professional Photographers Are Now Shipping

Leading photography distributor recently announced expanded offering, now shipping orders for its own line of wide angle lens hood adapters for professional photographers and videographers

Waukegan, Ill. Oct. 18, 2012 – Fotodiox (http://www.fotodioxpro.com), a leading lens adapter and accessories manufacturer and distributor, today announces the immediate availability of its WonderPana 145 and WonderPana 66 Filter Systems. These lens hood adapter Systems are ideal for panorama, nature, architectural, fashion and event photographers, as well as analog and digital filmmakers who are looking to better manage lighting balance and avoid time-intensive post-production editing.

Super Wide Angle (SWA) and Ultra Wide Angle (UWA) lenses make using filters problematic due to protruding front-end lens elements. The WonderPana Systems allow SWA and UWA to accept UV, polarizing and neutral density (ND) filters. Also available for immediate shipping are Fotodiox’s recently announced PRO line of ten UV, polarizing and ND filters, designed to work flawlessly with the WonderPana Systems as well as others on the market. These ingenious lens filter systems represent the first products in the new “Wonder” line of original products planned for release by Fotodiox.

The WonderPana Systems are available for order now on the Fotodiox website. The WonderPana 66 System starts at $350 and the WonderPana 145 System starts at $200. The PRO line of filters starts at $79.95.

As a complement to the WonderPana System, Fotodiox is now taking orders for the WonderBurst HSS-8000, a 1/8000 high-speed sync wireless remote flash trigger compatible with any camera flash or strobe. The WonderBurst HSS-8000 kit includes the receiver and transmitter, and is priced at $79.95. A Sony NEX version, without high-speed sync, is also available now for $49.95. The WonderBurst NEX allows the Sony NEX 3 & 5 Series cameras, with proprietary NEX hot-shoe, to remotely trigger a flash with a standard hot-shoe.

For more information and to place an order, visit http://www.fotodioxpro.com.

About Fotodiox
Fotodiox is a leading manufacturer and distributor of professional photography and videography accessories at wholesale prices. Serving the photo and video market since 2004, Fotodiox carries a full line of professional photography accessories and lighting equipment, including: flash strobes and wedding photography kits, daylight fluorescent lighting, tungsten lighting and video lighting kits. Fotodiox’s first product in its new flagship “Wonder” line, WonderPana, is a unique lens hood filter system designed to achieve balanced lighting. Fotodiox continues to be the leading manufacturer of lens mount adapters, large format adapters for 35mm and medium format digital backs.



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3:15 pm - Friday, October 19, 2012