MARUMI Carrying Pouch for M100 Holder
MARUMI Carrying Pouch for M100 Holder



    Key Features

    Exclusive light pollution cut filter with scratch resistance
    Avoid orangish or yellowish color shift by artificial light source
    Outstanding maintenance performance, Water-/Oil-/Fingerprint-resistant
    Double side Coating for low reflection
    Lightweight and thin aluminum frame, Low profile & easy handling, non-rotating mount
    Made in Japan

    • Type de produit: EFFET
    • Code à barre: 4957638170116

    Marumi StarScape

    The Marumi StarScape is an exclusive light pollution cut filter of screw-in type.

    • Enables astrophotography to bring well-controlled color balance by suppressing unwanted color shifts to an orangish or yellowish picture.
    • Only 1/4 stop equivalent to 1.2x Filter factor is realized to secure the indispensable exposure for starscape photography,
    • Easy-to-maintain coating embedded, twelve layers in total on both sides;
    • Water-/Oil repellent coating sheds water off simply also by the air blower. Nuisances such as sweat, skin crème, lotion, fingerprint, or compounded grease stains will be wiped off.
    • Anti-reflection coating sustains a low reflection.
    • Made in Japan

    When and on which occasion do we need to use Marumi StarScape filter?

    The Star Scape filter cuts light pollution caused by artificial light sources to capture the true beauty of the starry sky.


    What is "Light Pollution"?

    Light pollution refers to artificial light sources such as;
    mercury lamps,
    - sodium lamps,
    - LEDs,
    - fluorescent lamps,
    - or Automobile headlights that brighten the night sky and make it difficult to see stars.

    In modern inhabited areas, it is hard to see the Milky Way in urban cities, and when you actually take a picture, the night skyscape sometimes turns obviously yellowish. This color shift phenomenon is caused by, so to say, "Light Pollution".
    This color shift makes the starscape-/nightscape photograph enthusiasts very annoyed.

    How does Marumi StarScape eliminate Light pollution?

    The color shift phenomenon will be suppressed by kneading a component that absorbs unwanted light into the glass, t turning the overall image naturally bluish.
    In addition, no matter which white balance is selected, there is no extreme color shift.

    The brightness is a significant element for starscape photography, and it can be sufficiently secured at an exposure multiplier of 1.2 (about 1/4 stop).


    The StarScape filter is also available in the M100 Square Filter System.