Kase Wolverine 100mm ND1000

Kase’s Wolverine ND1000 filters come in a variety of forms to enable long exposures in daylight

Kase Wolverine 100mm ND1000
(Image: © Angela Nicholson/Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

Kase’s Wolverine 100mm ND1000 filter is tough and easy to clean, and it makes a great pairing with the company’s Wolverine Series K9 filter. The extra length of the 100x150mm filters also makes them easier to position in the holder and there’s less worry that they will be nudged out of position when a graduated filter is moved. It delivers high-quality results with just a hint of a colorcast that be addressed very easily.


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    Tough, durable glass

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    Minimal color cast

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    Matches the results from Kase’s other Wolverine ND100 filters


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    No light seal (it’s on the Kase holder)

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    Relatively expensive

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Kase offers a huge range of filters with some that are designed to slot into the rear end of certain lenses, circular filters that attach via magnets and holder-mounted square and rectangular filters in a selection of sizes all the way up to 150 x 150mm.

Kase uses Wolverine Glass throughout its neutral density (ND) filter range because it’s tough and scratch-resistant as well as delivering high optical performance. Using the same material through the range means that you get the same results whichever Kase Wolverine filter system you use. I’ve tested the Kase Wolverine 100mm ND1000 (10-stop) filter for this review.

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Angela Nicholson

Angela has been testing camera gear from all the major manufacturers since January 2004 and has been Amateur Photographer’s Technical Editor and Head of Testing for Future Publishing’s photography portfolio (Digital Camera MagazinePhotoPlus: The Canon MagazineN-PhotoPractical PhotoshopPhotography Week and Professional Photography magazines, as well as the Digital Camera World and TechRadar websites). She is the founder of SheClicks - a community group that encourages and supports female photographers.