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Thread started 16 Sep 2012 (Sunday) 17:30
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Cokin P filter in a Z-sized holder

 
mhrok
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Sep 16, 2012 17:30 |  #1

I just acquired a few Singh-Ray grad filters, unfortunately they are P-sized. With a UWA lens I will likely only be able to use a single filter in a hacked/wide-angle Cokin holder.

My question is, has anyone seen an adapter that would allow putting a P-sized filter in a larger holder, like the Lee or Hitech 4in ones (Cokin calls these Z-size)? This would allow me to put a P-sized grad right next to the lens, plus a solid ND like the Big Stopper and/or a 105mm circular polarizer in the further slots.




  
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koffikapp
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Sep 17, 2012 16:11 |  #2

Looks like BH Photovideo (external link) has something that might fit your description. Not sure if this is exactly what you're looking for though? I suspect that due to the smaller nature of the P-sized filters you'll likely end up with vignetting on very WA lenses anyway.




  
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Sep 18, 2012 02:12 as a reply to  @ koffikapp's post |  #3

I've seen those, unfortunately seems that what they do is turn a P-holder into a Z-holder, so won't let me use both. I haven't found anything else myself so probably will have to hack these things DIY-style.




  
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Sep 18, 2012 12:08 |  #4

Ah I see, that's a bugger. Looks like both Z and P-sized filters can be used according to the image at the top here (external link), though? DIY might just be the best option regardless.




  
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