Kase Armour Magnetic Filter System Review

by Gerard Blacklock

Introduction

I have been using the Kase K9 filter system for a few years now which has been an excellent system with high quality filters, you can read my initial thoughts on this system here. During 2021 the Kase Armour kit was released and in early 2022 I decided to upgrade to this filter system and give it a go. I have been using the Armour kit for over 4 months now and these are my thoughts on the system. All the sample images are taken from the Kase system using a variety of the Kase filters, there are also some product shots, these are taken recently so forgive the dings, dust and scratches on them 🙂 and there is also a short video (located in the summary and also here) showing how the system works, sometimes video is worth a thousand words.

If you want to skip the gaff and get to the bullet point summary of the pros and cons click here .

The Kase Magnetic Armour filter system is an evolved unique lens filter system that takes a different approach in the way filters are affixed to the camera lens. Filter systems have developed over the years however the concept of how the filters are attached and used has been pretty much stagnant.

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Inspired Run.

 

The truth is you can always run faster, but the truth hurts.

I spend alot of time pounding the pavement of this park, turns out its got some very dark areas in here too… lightpainting sure is easier than running.

 

 

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Simone.

I think she (the guinea pig) was relieved to get back to hutch at the end of the day, loves the huggles…. the staged obstacles course… not so much, even with the promise of treats at each corner…


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Paint.

Well that sh$t escalated quickly…

one minute we are considering a side job in paint therapy, the next the kitchen got a new coat of paint (multicolour at that).

I shall not be fooled by that cute face again…





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Messy.

Sometimes nature is messy too, this place (Gladstone Pass) was like navigating a 12 year old’s bedroom and trying find a bit of floor to stand on… then you notice the mold growing on the half eaten piece of mango poking outta the matress…

3 shot pano, with the camera balanced on some broken tree branch

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