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    ND Filter



    Hey guys, newbie into photography, I need your suggestion about ND Filter, already bought this one

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc..._0_ND_110.html

    But still thinking about returning and exchange it to Variable ND Filter, thanks.

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    Re: ND Filter

    Quote Originally Posted by Ruel Calitis View Post
    Hey guys, newbie into photography, I need your suggestion about ND Filter, already bought this one

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produc..._0_ND_110.html

    But still thinking about returning and exchange it to Variable ND Filter, thanks.
    Stick with it, it's a 10stop nd filter. Vari NDs do have some bad color cast. B + Ws are superior quality filters built and performance wise.
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    Re: ND Filter

    Thanks Rawen, really appreciate your insights :-). Will try to post some photos when I used this ND Filter. BTW, Rawen love all your Landscape Photos @ FLickr.

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    Re: ND Filter

    Do have this ... but it produces a color which is much warmer ; some reviews say that that is just normal but others say otherwise ; anyway, i did try the Kenko/Hoya ND 400 (9 stops but much cheaper), works well and with no color cast ...

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    Re: ND Filter

    Quote Originally Posted by jun_staana View Post
    Do have this ... but it produces a color which is much warmer ; some reviews say that that is just normal but others say otherwise ; anyway, i did try the Kenko/Hoya ND 400 (9 stops but much cheaper), works well and with no color cast ...
    Can you post sample shots Bro. Is there no vignette at 10mm? ... tia
    I'm planning to buy one but not yet decided between the Hoya ND400 and the BW ND110.

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    Re: ND Filter

    Quote Originally Posted by jun_staana View Post
    Do have this ... but it produces a color which is much warmer ; some reviews say that that is just normal but others say otherwise ; anyway, i did try the Kenko/Hoya ND 400 (9 stops but much cheaper), works well and with no color cast ...
    in my own opinion, you can either get any of the 2. hoya and b+w are the top 2 brands locally for 9-10 stops nd. there "may" be color casts but it will be minimal compared to cheap-o ones. also this can be corrected via minimal pp. i use the b+w.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noelmenguito View Post
    Can you post sample shots Bro. Is there no vignette at 10mm? ... tia
    I'm planning to buy one but not yet decided between the Hoya ND400 and the BW ND110.
    i do not have a site wherein i can post them and link it here in DPP ; anyway, sent you a PM requesting for your email (will just attach the pictures) ...

    Quote Originally Posted by pasti lopez View Post
    in my own opinion, you can either get any of the 2. hoya and b+w are the top 2 brands locally for 9-10 stops nd. there "may" be color casts but it will be minimal compared to cheap-o ones. also this can be corrected via minimal pp. i use the b+w.
    do agree with you ...

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    Re: ND Filter

    noel,

    forgot to mention ... if your concern is just "vignetting", there is none at 12 mm (using Nikon DX 12-24 f/4) ; but am not sure with your 10 mm ...

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    Re: ND Filter

    Quote Originally Posted by jun_staana View Post
    noel,

    forgot to mention ... if your concern is just "vignetting", there is none at 12 mm (using Nikon DX 12-24 f/4) ; but am not sure with your 10 mm ...
    Thanks Jun ...

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    Re: ND Filter



    just stick with ur nd filter.

    this was a trial shot before i avail the filter.

    f/22
    iso: 100
    30sec exposure @ 1pm
    using Kenko ND3 72mm filter
    Last edited by Adjo Alferez; 04-05-2012 at 01:04 PM.

 

 

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