Vari-ND Version DEC Adapter
The Aputure DEC Vari-ND is a wireless remote adapter that allows you to attach Canon EF-mount lenses to MFT mount or E-mount cameras. In addition to retaining all the features of previous DEC adapters, it is also equipped with an electronic variable ND filter, ranging from ND8 to ND2048. Multiple steps of light adjustment allow you to shoot with a wide-open aperture in bright light. The DEC Vari-ND expands the capabilities of Canon EF-mount lenses when you shoot with Micro Four Thirds or E-Mount professional cameras.
No Color Shift, No X Pattern
The DEC Vari-ND has an optical design. It uses industry-standard lens and coating technologies. The high transparency of the crystal lens assembly can reach up to 98%. The adapter produces neutral colors with no shifting that traditional ND filters cause. There is also no polarization, which can sometimes create the “X” pattern on your footage.
Retains All DEC Features
The DEC Vari-ND is compatible with all native Canon EF/EF-S lenses and MFT or E-mount cameras. With the adapter and its control system, you can wirelessly control focus, aperture, and focus with A-B points. It’s a smart adapter solution for your Canon glass.
Adjustable via Control Box Buttons
The DEC Vari-ND has a new control box design, with an added wheel on the control box to manually control the intensity of ND and aperture. Now, not only can you control these values wirelessly via the supplied hand grip, but you can control them from the adapter itself.
Smart Plug-In Design, Fit For Flexible Usage
With a simple click, you can choose between the Vari-ND filter or a transparent lens. When you’re in dark environments where you don’t need ND, your DEC Vari-ND can act simply as a follow focus adapter.
Comes With Safe Case
The DEC Vari-ND is mainly made with copper and aircraft-grade aluminum. The inside is crafted with velvet for optimum stability. The transparent lens cartridge comes with its own ABS case, and the entire package comes with an additional impact-proof hardshell case.