Q: What are the best lenses for the Bokeh Masters Kit?
A: Generally speaking, the Bokehtinator works best with lenses of filter size up to 62mm, and with apertures of 2.8 or wider. Our tests show that it works best with the lenses listed below. However, the Bokehtinator may also work with other wide-aperture lenses of similar thread size.
- Nikon 50mm F/1.8, Canon 50mm F/1.8
- Nikon 50mm F/1.4, Canon 50mm F/1.4
- Nikon 85mm F/1.8, Canon 85mm F/1.8
- Nikon 28-105mm F/3.5-F/4.5
- Kit Zooms: Canon EF 75-300mm f/4-5.6, Nikon 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6
- Canon EF 100mm f/2.8L IS USM
- With vignetting: Sigma 30mm F/1.4
Q: Will The BMK work with other lenses?
A: It depends. The discs size and the shape of the cut are carefully designed for the lenses listed above. The Bokehtinator is really built for lenses of a maximum of 62mm thread. For other lenses, try setting them to the widest possible aperture and fire some test shots.
Q: The BMK moves away from the lens when I focus, is this OK?
A: Yes. The BMK is designed to work even if it is not 100% flat to the lens.
Q: Can I place the Bokehtinator over a UV filter I use to protect the lens?
Q: Hey! some discs have no shape on them!
A: The creativity of the Bokeh Masters Kit is not limited to the shapes we provide. If you bought the Super Kit Bundle there are an additional eight discs made from the same durable plastic. Simply use a pencil and an Exacto knife or a puncher to cut your own unique shapes
Q: How do the discs attach to the lens?
A: The “Mercedes” looking part of the kit attached with the lens with a wide and colorful rubber band. See the image below.
Q: how do I fold the blue/red/yellow box that I got?
A: Great question, we have a video just for that
Q: Can The Bokeh Masters Kit Be Used For Video?
A: Definitely, just like Jimmy Wong used it in his clip