The Filter Hive organizes both round and 4" x 6" filters and accessories into a unified kit.
The Filter Hive fits within your different camera bags, can be worn on a belt, or on the modular rail of MindShift Gear backpacks, or hung on a tripod. Its padded exterior case and accordion-style removable insert holds up to six flat graduated neutral density filters up to 4x6” (100x150 mm) and six round filters up to 82mm diameter, including the thick 1.5 cm variable neutral density filters.
What Fits +
- Six flat graduated neutral density filters up to 4x6” (100x150 mm)
- Six round filters up to 82 mm diameter, including the thick 1.5 cm variable neutral density filters.
8.1” W x 5.3” H x 3.9” D (20.5 x 13.5 x 10 cm)
Removable filter insert:
7.3” W x 4.3” H x 3.1” D (18.5 x 11 x 8 cm)
Rectangular filter slots:
6.7” W x 4.3” H (170 x 110 mm)
Round filter slots:
3.4” W x 3.6” H (86 x 91 mm)
0.6 lbs (0.3 kg)
Durable water-repellant (DWR) coating, polyurethane coating, 100D rip-stop nylon, 210D velocity nylon, 3-ply bonded nylon thread
Nylex lined filter pockets, closed-cell antilon foam, nylon binding tape, 3-ply bonded nylon thread
Nicely designed product that protects the filters well-just seem a bit big and the size smaller seems a bit small
Great storage for all of the filters I have. Rounds and 4x6 filters. I love that the insert pulls out and fits in one of my many other Think Tank bags.
I like it. But I always think I'd like three more spaces for my flat filters. I often don't specifically plan whether I'll need hard or soft edge filters, so it's nice to have a choice of each, plus one or two rgnd, and at least one ND. So, yeah. The hive holds a few filter and hangs nicely on my tripod, but t is neither fish nor fowl and just comes up a little short on each side of the bargain. I'm going to just use a polarizer and shoot hand held, or I'm going to use my flat filters. And I never use multiple circular filters. It's either a polarizer or, I guess an ND could be used on some systems, so having room for just two is enough. When I DO use a circular filter with my flat filters I know what I'm going to do and have no problem pulling it out of the storage (the mini) that I have specifically for those. I cannot see needing a selection of half a dozen extras right at the tripod with me. Also, think about it. If I wanted to bring two extra filters instead of a flat one just in case I changed my mind in the field I could shove those side by side in any slot in the hive. But I can't put my rectangular filters in the holes for circular as they're divided side by side. So give up four of those circular holes and let me bring two more of my 100mm gnds instead and this would be a five star item. It's built as well as everything else here. There is nothing to fault with the quality. And I'm sure it serves someone well. It serves me well, I use it ton. But I just totally miss having a few more slots pretty much every time I go out in uncertain light.Which is the best light for landscape -- the worst weather makes the best skies so you have to be ready for unpredictable and changing light.
The Polarpro 4 x 6 filters with metal frame and Exceeding tab don’t fit in completely.
Perfect for my needs in organizing and carrying my filters while on the go.
At Think Tank, we build our products for the daily impacts of travel and demands of working professionals over extended periods of time. We build many of our products with user replaceable parts to keep your bag going for years.
If you are not completely satisfied with our product, you can return it unused within 30-days for a full refund less shipping costs. Refunds will not be issued until the product is received and inspected to insure that it contains all the parts and is clean and unused. Note that we do not pay for shipping to have you return it to us.