I want to purchase a filter system so I can have a polarizer and the ability to use ND and graduated ND filters. My head is spinning from the research. I've looked at Formatt-Hitech, Nisi, Lee, and Wine Country Camera. Some reviews are stellar for all of them, but each system also has poor reviews by some users.
I think most reviews of the Nisi filters give it a better marks for color shift than the Lee and F-H filters. Not sure about Haida. I will eventually buy 3, 6, and 10 stop ND filters, along with a variety of graduated ND filters. I want to do some long exposure of landscape and nature (clouds, water, etc) as well as abstract urban/architecture.
I think if money was in an endless supply, I'd by the Wine Country Camera system because I like the idea of the filter vaults as well as overall design and operation of the system. However it's quite expensive.
I was about to pull the trigger on the Nisi system with a 6 stop ND to start with, but then I saw the Filterdude stuff on Ebay. Price is right but I usually find you get what you pay for.
So I'm asking you guys. If you wanted a system to fit your 72mm and 72mm lenses, you wanted a good price:value ratio, you wanted acceptable image quality with as minimal color shift as possible, and you wanted a relatively durable system that will last a while, which direction would you go?
Secondary question: for those who may have experience with it, how do you store the filter vaults for the Wine Country Camera system?