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LOL That ad is simply rich!



It made my day.


EDIT: I just remembered, I did some research on ND filters, I managed to find something quite intriguing. How come ND3 filters are cheaper than 1.8 at the same size? Hell, these reduce light to the sensor by 10 stops!

I've seen some photos taken with those filters and I can say I was blown away. Some with over 4 minutes of exposure! Here's what I found.


Edited by Dragoon - 12/29/09 at 11:53am
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I've already shot 6 rolls in Hawaii.

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That bokeh looks wierd. Like the semi circle bokeh on the left =|
Edited by Danylu - 12/30/09 at 3:42am
    
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Originally Posted by Dragoon View Post
LOL That ad is simply rich!



It made my day.


EDIT: I just remembered, I did some research on ND filters, I managed to find something quite intriguing. How come ND3 filters are cheaper than 1.8 at the same size? Hell, these reduce light to the sensor by 10 stops!

I've seen some photos taken with those filters and I can say I was blown away. Some with over 4 minutes of exposure! Here's what I found.

I just did a quick search, and from what I can tell, ND 3.0 filters aren't cheaper. Compare ND 3.0 and 1.8 filters from the same manufacturer and the same thread size and you'll see they're about the same. For B+W they're the same price ($91.50). You might be looking at different grades of filters. For example, a Tiffen HT (High Transmission) or B+W F-Pro Gold are much more expensive than their regular filters.
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Woke up at 5:45 am and walked down to the beach while the sun was just starting to rise. Was able to get in a 30" and 20" exposure (different subjects) so the clouds are blurred and there are no blown-out highlights.

But I had to remove the filter holder every time I focused since barely any light was coming in. I'll have the pics up next week.
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With all this ND filter talk, I'm beginning to consider the purchase of one myself.

What are the advantages of the resin filters versus standard circular screw-in filters? I did a quick research, and all I can see is that they are light, however to me they seem bulkier when you consider the cases, holder, and all the associated gear. They also sound much easier to scratch and aren't at all less expensive than standard filters.

What gives?

I was thinking about just getting a 72mm .9 front whatever brand my local photo store sells, and a stepup ring for each of my lenses. Sounds good?
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On UWA lenses (and using a UWA ring adapter) you can stack resin filters
and avoid vignetting. When using GND's they can be rotated and moved, where with screw-in filters the horizon has to be on the middle.
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WOOOOOOOO!!!

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Glad to see that they're working to resolve the problem.

Finally had a chance to see the pictures I took with my dad's D50 and his 50mm f/1.8. I'll try to put them up later.
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This is killin me, I have the money to buy an 85 f1.8 for my Canon 50D, but I cant find any for sale on craigslist
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