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Oct 31, 2012 03:14 |  #1

Just announced. I'm curious to see some testing. Singh-Ray bringing their particular expertise to bear on 10-stop NDs would probably yield impressive perfomance and minimal shifting.

At that price it better set a new standard!

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Oct 31, 2012 07:08 |  #2

Is this a new version? B/c they've had the More Slo filter for a while now.

Edit, I see. The old one was 5 stops. Wonder how much the rectangular one will be when it comes out.


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Oct 31, 2012 12:16 |  #3

v35skyline wrote in post #15189996 (external link)
Is this a new version? B/c they've had the More SLO filter for a while now.

Edit, I see. The old one was 5 stops. Wonder how much the rectangular one will be when it comes out.

Considering the price jump from 3 to 4-stops, I shudder to think what a 10-stop 4x6 would be!


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Nov 01, 2012 10:30 |  #4

Hmm, interesting. Pretty ridiculous price though, almost twice that of the B+W 10-stop, and that has multicoating. Wonder how much the 4x6 one will cost vs. the Lee Big Stopper?




  
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Nov 01, 2012 17:42 |  #5

I see a pretty noticeable yellow/magenta cast.
What is the benefit of this filter?
The only problem with the cheaper ones like BW is the color cast!
We will have to wait for some reviews but I don't see how this filter fits in my bag -specially with that price tag.


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Nov 02, 2012 11:25 |  #6

koffikapp wrote in post #15194650 (external link)
Hmm, interesting. Pretty ridiculous price though, almost twice that of the B+W 10-stop, and that has multicoating. Wonder how much the 4x6 one will cost vs. the Lee Big Stopper?

Yes, very expensive. At this cost wouldn't the Vari-ND make more sense ?? Or is there an advantage to this over the Vari-ND ???


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Yes, very expensive. At this cost wouldn't the Vari-ND make more sense ?? Or is there an advantage to this over the Vari-ND ???

It looks like a standard filter, which should let you shoot wider. Right now I have the Vari-N-Trio and i'm limited to about 28mm with it before the hard vignetting sets in.


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