Last Updated on 12/21/2021 by Chris Gampat
We’re halfway through! ND filters and Light Pollution filters can be really fun to work with! We’ve got another special FLASH SALE EXCLUSIVELY FOR PHOBLOGRAPHER READERS from K&F Concept. We’re partnering with K&F Concept to give you the K&F Concept ND2-ND400 filter for 10% off and the K&F Concept Light pollution filter for 20% off! This is exclusively for Phoblographer readers. Live in a city and want to get rid of noise pollution? Well, this can solve that problem! Or maybe you want to capture the seascape with an ND filter! Below, you’ll find the details on how to take advantage of this special discount.
Who: Teaming up with K&F Concept for an exclusive flash sale!
What: Take 10% off the K&F Concept ND2-ND400 filters right here when you use code Phoblog10. Or take 20% off the K&F Concept Light Pollution Filter right here when you use code Phoblog20. YOU MUST USE OUR LINKS TO MAKE THIS WORK!
When: This is a short-lived flash sale. December 20th to December 22nd 2021
How: After heading to the listings and adding the product to your cart, check out as normal. When you get to the payment portion, there’s a little area to insert our special code. Type the promo code previous listed to take the according percentage off.
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