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Aug 24, 2017 01:34 |  #8551

Ah-keong wrote in post #18432868 (external link)
nice!~
I have a ProND 500 (6 2/3) stop filter.
Looking here, I need to save up for this 10 stop!


Isnt a 500 9 stops?




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Aug 24, 2017 06:30 |  #8552

fiwi wrote in post #18435598 (external link)
Isnt a 500 9 stops?

Yes.


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Aug 24, 2017 08:08 |  #8553

6 + stacked for minutes = ~12 equivalent

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Aug 24, 2017 22:14 |  #8554

fiwi wrote in post #18435598 (external link)
Isnt a 500 9 stops?

opps. my bad.
I mean pro nd 100


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Aug 25, 2017 05:51 as a reply to Ah-keong's post |  #8555

Wouldn't it be handy if filter makers all just labelled ND filters by the number of stops of reduction in light transmission, instead of some being ND2 to ND1000, others being ND0.3 to ND3.0, still others being ND101 to ND110, and all of them needing to be converted to what you really want to know: f-stops.




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Aug 25, 2017 06:04 |  #8556

Pippan wrote in post #18436487 (external link)
Wouldn't it be handy if filter makers all just labelled ND filters by the number of stops of reduction in light transmission, instead of some being ND2 to ND1000, others being ND0.3 to ND3.0, still others being ND101 to ND110, and all of them needing to be converted to what you really want to know: f-stops.

Totally agree!


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Aug 25, 2017 08:13 |  #8557

Pippan wrote in post #18436487 (external link)
Wouldn't it be handy if filter makers all just labelled ND filters by the number of stops of reduction in light transmission, instead of some being ND2 to ND1000, others being ND0.3 to ND3.0, still others being ND101 to ND110, and all of them needing to be converted to what you really want to know: f-stops.

it sure would make it less confusing...I am doing a speaking series on Long Exposure at local camera clubs...and this question comes up...and its hard to say what nomenclature means what between various brands...it would be nice if they didn't do that!


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Aug 25, 2017 10:38 |  #8558

From my understanding, the ND 2-1000 system basically means 1/2 - 1/1000. Half the light = 1 stop. 1/1000 the light = 10 stop. It's a denominator system.
1/2 = 1 stop, therefore 1/2 of 1/2 is 1/4 (ND4) = 2 stops, therefore 1/2 of 1/4 is 1/8 (ND8) = 3 stops, and so on

The 0.9- 3.0 is a density value to deal with log functions. Basically, you just have to keep in your mind 0.3 = 1 stop, therefore, 0.3 x 3 stops = 0.9, 0.3 x 10 stops = 3.0

anything else is probably their own stuff


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Aug 27, 2017 20:14 |  #8559

Pippan wrote in post #18436487 (external link)
Wouldn't it be handy if filter makers all just labelled ND filters by the number of stops of reduction in light transmission, instead of some being ND2 to ND1000, others being ND0.3 to ND3.0, still others being ND101 to ND110, and all of them needing to be converted to what you really want to know: f-stops.

For me, I prefer this label... For example the pro ND 100, if the shot require 1/10 seconds.
So what is 6, 2/3 stop if I use this filter?

Easy, just take 100 * 1/10s = 10s (6, 2/3 stop)

maybe that's just me.  :p


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Aug 28, 2017 07:24 |  #8560

Ah-keong wrote in post #18438655 (external link)
For me, I prefer this label... For example the pro ND 100, if the shot require 1/10 seconds.
So what is 6, 2/3 stop if I use this filter?

Easy, just take 100 * 1/10s = 10s (6, 2/3 stop)

maybe that's just me.  :p

I see. That does make it easy. Although less so if it's an ND64. :)




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Aug 28, 2017 10:05 |  #8561

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Aug 28, 2017 22:21 |  #8562

Pippan wrote in post #18438961 (external link)
I see. That does make it easy. Although less so if it's an ND64. :)

that was one of the reasons I chose the 6, 2/3 stop over the 6 stop.


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Aug 28, 2017 23:30 |  #8563

Pippan wrote in post #18436487 (external link)
Wouldn't it be handy if filter makers all just labelled ND filters by the number of stops of reduction in light transmission, instead of some being ND2 to ND1000, others being ND0.3 to ND3.0, still others being ND101 to ND110, and all of them needing to be converted to what you really want to know: f-stops.

Singh Ray filters use stops. Why everyone else doesn't is beyond me. Can you imagine if photographic light meters gave you an EV value instead of an f-stop, or maybe just a lumens value?


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Aug 30, 2017 07:22 |  #8564

The fog rolled in while I was at Peggy's fog giving me an opportunity to do a 30 sec exposure with my not so good 10 stop filter. The filter leaves a blue color that it not easy to eliminate.
Thanks for looking.


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Aug 30, 2017 07:25 |  #8565

M424canon wrote in post #18440624 (external link)
The fog rolled in while I was at Peggy's fog giving me an opportunity to do a 30 sec exposure with my not so good 10 stop filter. The filter leaves a blue color that it not easy to eliminate.
Thanks for looking.


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Lightroom should eliminate the blue cast - if you use that.


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