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If you're going for price, A Hoya HMC ND Filter will do just fine. Don't bother with a 2 stop ND filter, get at least a 4. The 2 will have hardly any usefulness in the field. After using my ND4 for a few waterfalls, there are times I wish I bought a darker one.
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Originally Posted by capitaltpt View Post
The 2 will have hardly any usefulness in the field.
Very debatable. It's not useful for, say, waterfalls, but NDs are great for inducing motion blur or allowing a lens to be shot wide open in lots of light.
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