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Post Options Post Options   Quote neilt3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 June 2020 at 19:17
Tried a variable ND .
Didn't like it .
I can't remember which one I got , but there was some image degradation .
Unusable on wide angle lenses unless you want a big cross on the image .
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My order has arrived so I have three filters, a holder and a 55mm adapter - cost about £10 total. Everything looks fine, now I need a dry day so I can try my first shots with a grad.

I've been pondering special effects filters, but am struggling to find anything that really appeals.

Back in the day I did have some Cokin A filters and remember the double exposure one with much affection - but it's another effect that is so easy to do in PP these days.

What does concern me a little is the lack of a resin 'big stopper' from Cokin. The circular NDs I use most are ND200 and ND1000 for long exposure in daylight; it looks like a square equivalent might be a tad pricey.
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