Yes, but we suggest you stick to the ND2-32 or ND8-128 variable ND filters.

The ND2-400 has limited application with wide angle lenses. They can be used, but the filter can only be rotated about halfway along the Min to Max range depending on the lens and camera used. That is because variable ND Filters consist of two polarising filters and the upper range of the ND filters varies too much over a wide-angle lens’ field of view, causing issues with the image.