Kase Wolverine Magnetic Circular Filters

Kase Circular Magnetic

Kase Wolverine Magnetic Circular Filters

The Kase Wolverine Magnetic Circular Filters are made from the same tough, colour neutral pro glass as our square filters, so you can be assured of your image quality and still have peace of mind whatever the conditions.

These filters are perfect for those that do not require a full square system setup, the advantage being that they are lighter and more compact, making them a great companion to have in your camera bag. The sets consist of stackable neutral density filters and a CPL, useful for both photographers and videographers, allowing you to both control reflections and control light.

The Kase Wolverine Magnetic Circular Filters are made from the same tough, colour neutral pro glass as our square filters, so you can be assured of your image quality and still have peace of mind whatever the.

1. Review your lens threads and focal lengths – Select the largest lens thread size

Whatever your largest thread size is, go up to the next size. This will prevent vignetting when stacking on wide angle lens.

Example, 24-70mm f/4 lens (72mm thread) = 77mm Circular Filters.
24-70mm f/4 (72mm thread) and 14-30mm f/4 (82mm thread) = 95mm Circular filters plus 72-95mm and 82-95mm magnetic adapters.

2. Choose which kit you want – Entry or Pro kit

What is the difference? The Pro kit includes a 10-stop ND, both Entry and Pro kits include the following, Lens case, native adapter, end cap, CPL, 3-stop, and 6-stop ND.

Circular filters can also be purchased individually, and accessories are available too.

Things to consider when using the Kase Wolverine Magnetic Circular filters.

Stacking filters will increase the chance of vignetting on wide angle lenses. One way to negate this is to buy a bigger size than you need and use our magnetic step up rings. Another point to consider is that using step up rings will mean that your lens hood can not be used at the same time as the filters.

Magnetic filters are not designed to be kept on your lens at all times. By making these filters so very easy to use and allowing you to swap them quickly and easily when taking a photo we think we have come up with a winner of a design. It would be remiss of us though not to point out that having the filters attached using a strong magnetic force is not as secure as screwing a filter to your lens. We do not recommend that you walk around with these attached to your camera lens all the times, we would hate you to accidentally lose them. 

3. Review remaining lens and select what adapters you need

Do you want to use the Magnetic Lens Hoods? If so, you will require standard (non-magnetic) step up rings. If you do not wish to use the Magnetic Lens Hoods, you can use our magnetic step-up rings.

The lens adaptors screw direct to your lens and are just one size to correspond with your kit, however if you need to step from a smaller lens thread size then our magnetic step rings work as both the lens adaptor and step ring.

Example, if you buy an 82mm set for your largest 77mm lens thread, you also want to use it on a 72mm lens thread, simply buy a 72-82mm magnetic step-up ring, this allows you to mount the magnetic circular filters directly to your 72mm lens thread.

If you buy an 82mm magnetic filter kit and 82mm magnetic lens hood to use on 72 and 77mm lens threads. You will require standard (non-magnetic) step-up rings 72-82 and 77-82mm with the 82mm lens hood adapters. This allows you to use the lens hoods across all your lens, with your magnetic circular filters.

Don’t forget to buy extra lens caps to fit your set size if you want to keep them on your lenses at all times.


Adaptors & Lens Caps


Step Rings


We also have available a selection of individual magnetic circular filters for you, if you want to add to your collection or replace.