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Nov 04, 2012 03:25 |  #1

I had the lee filter foundation kit and big stopper... I am wanting to buy some neutral density graduated filters...

But most of the filters i see are 100x150

the big stopper i have is 100x100 (4x4).... so im amusing the 100x150 is just a 4x6

and since its a 4x6... it will still fit my foundation... it would just have 2 inches hanging over the top.

Now that i think about it, that would make it harder to pack them all together... or i dunno...

what do you guys recommend i do? just stick with the 4x4s?


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Nov 04, 2012 03:32 |  #2

Doc Fluty wrote in post #15204695 (external link)
I had the lee filter foundation kit and big stopper... I am wanting to buy some neutral density graduated filters...

But most of the filters i see are 100x150

the big stopper i have is 100x100 (4x4).... so im amusing the 100x150 is just a 4x6

and since its a 4x6... it will still fit my foundation... it would just have 2 inches hanging over the top.

Now that i think about it, that would make it harder to pack them all together... or i dunno...

what do you guys recommend i do? just stick with the 4x4s?

The 100x150 is that size so you can slide the filter up and down slightly to get the desired effect. The 100x100 filters are set in place to get the effect.




  
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Nov 04, 2012 03:45 |  #3

ahhh.. I see.

Thank you


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Nov 04, 2012 03:49 |  #4

Doc Fluty wrote in post #15204722 (external link)
ahhh.. I see.

Thank you

If you go onto the Lee Filter web site they have some great little tutorial vedeo's explaining and demonstrating how te various filters work!




  
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