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Jan 03, 2017 22:16 |  #1861

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Jan 04, 2017 02:26 |  #1862

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So is your CPL square or round to rotate independently?

Sounds Nisi CPL is nice quality, i already have large filters for my UWA but without CPL, and i am not sure if i should get NISI or Haida, but looking at your results it sounds it is great quality so far, but not sure if you used square one or

hey mate my nisi cpl is round and mounted onto the filter holder and can rotate independently (google or youtube up nisi's v5 system, brilliant implementation can stack 3 squares + the cpl without physical vignetting unlike my lee system 2 squares + 105mm cpl have to zoom into 21mm), filter quality def top notch, i have their 10 stop nd and am gobsmacked at the lack of colour cast (the lee turns your image almost completely blue, whereas the nisi only makes the image just a touch warmer), if i wasn't already invested in a few expensive lee's and singh ray i would happily go full nisi if i were to start today

Ok, thank you very much

I already spent on Haida filter holder, but that is for Tamron 15-30 mostly and can be used on another lenses with the right adaptor rings, but for Canon TS 17mm i need to buy another Haida filter holder due to thickness, but then maybe i should think about Nisi filter holder for this lens only and buy that round CPL as yours.

I am also happy with Haida filters, i have different filters including 10 ND one and as you said no much color cast there compared to Big stopper, slightly that can be easily corrected or even live it as it is as an effect.


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Jan 04, 2017 14:17 |  #1863

Haha love this, I have a 4 year old girl, a nearly 2 year old boy and one due in March. The chaos, bottles everywhere and nappies are due VERY soon. Happy days :eek:


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Jan 04, 2017 15:00 as a reply to  @ h14nha's post |  #1864

Congrats to you :) thank you though !




  
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Jan 04, 2017 19:28 |  #1865

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Jan 05, 2017 12:06 |  #1866


h14nha wrote in post #18233151 (external link)
Haha love this, I have a 4 year old girl, a nearly 2 year old boy and one due in March. The chaos, bottles everywhere and nappies are due VERY soon. Happy days :eek:

Great picture; how everyone with children would have felt at some stage!

We have a 3 and 1 year old so I can picture the scene very well. I do like a tidy house but sometimes you just have to give in to the craziness.

Good luck for March.:-)


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Jan 09, 2017 08:55 |  #1867


h14nha wrote in post #18233151 (external link)
Haha love this, I have a 4 year old girl, a nearly 2 year old boy and one due in March. The chaos, bottles everywhere and nappies are due VERY soon. Happy days :eek:


Monkey moss wrote in post #18234259 (external link)
Great picture; how everyone with children would have felt at some stage!

We have a 3 and 1 year old so I can picture the scene very well. I do like a tidy house but sometimes you just have to give in to the craziness.

Good luck for March.:-)

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Great picture; how everyone with children would have felt at some stage!

We have a 3 and 1 year old so I can picture the scene very well. I do like a tidy house but sometimes you just have to give in to the craziness.

Good luck for March.:-)

Mine are 7, 6, 4 and 3. We still feel like this all the time! Definitely have to give in sometimes.

I'm home playing Mr Mom today, so this feels especially appropriate. Gotta love my son though. We finished dropping the last one off for pre-school and he says "Now we go to McDonalds." lol


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Jan 09, 2017 14:50 |  #1868

They are going to build a new road, so people had to move...

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Jan 09, 2017 15:48 |  #1869

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Great image. Very nicely seen.


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Jan 09, 2017 18:04 |  #1870

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randy98mtu wrote in post #18238634 (external link)
Mine are 7, 6, 4 and 3. We still feel like this all the time! Definitely have to give in sometimes.

I'm home playing Mr Mom today, so this feels especially appropriate. Gotta love my son though. We finished dropping the last one off for pre-school and he says "Now we go to McDonalds." lol

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I'm in hospital playjng MrNurse today. My 4 y o daughtef has had major sugery on her hip, 7 hours in theatre. I' would love to take her to get a McDonald's tonight.
Im going to be Mr Mom for the next 13 weeks, looking forward to bringing her home. I'd have brought my 16-35/4 in to document the 'experience for later life, but shes in a high dependency ward so Galaxy S7 will have to do whilst I enjoy everyone else's work.
Times like this when you want DSLR AF and IQ but the size stops you.


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Jan 09, 2017 18:07 |  #1871

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Great find, well photographed too. What did you use for PP ???


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Jan 09, 2017 21:37 |  #1872

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I'm in hospital playjng MrNurse today. My 4 y o daughtef has had major sugery on her hip, 7 hours in theatre. I' would love to take her to get a McDonald's tonight.
Im going to be Mr Mom for the next 13 weeks, looking forward to bringing her home. I'd have brought my 16-35/4 in to document the 'experience for later life, but shes in a high dependency ward so Galaxy S7 will have to do whilst I enjoy everyone else's work.
Times like this when you want DSLR AF and IQ but the size stops you.

So sorry to hear. Prayers for a successful procedure and recovery. And for strength for you in these hard times.


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Jan 09, 2017 21:46 |  #1873

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So sorry to hear. Prayers for a successful procedure and recovery. And for strength for you in these hard times.

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Jan 10, 2017 11:17 |  #1875

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