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Old Apr 25, 2004, 3:02 PM   #1
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lol....part of my house....not much i can say about this one....just taking shots (the leaf shots in the close ups forum (GO LOOK!!))
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that lens flare is there again :-\
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Old Apr 25, 2004, 8:33 PM   #2
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Vito are you getting bored?

Yes, those dreaded light flares again. Time for a filter?
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Old Apr 25, 2004, 8:49 PM   #3
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hmm....i'm not sure if i can put filters on my camera :-\

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i was that day.....beyond reason bored..lol
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Old Apr 25, 2004, 10:27 PM   #4
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Yes, you can put on 58mm filters. But in order to do so, you have to attach the lens converter for the G2. This converter allows you to add the wide-angle converter (.4 factor) and the teleconverter (1.5 factor).
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Old Apr 25, 2004, 10:48 PM   #5
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really!!! that is awesome!!!
i'll have to try that

btw....wat is the normaly "MM" for SLR lenses?
cuz i'm wondering if i could use my dad's filters....(not sure wat ones he has....but you never know)

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Old Apr 25, 2004, 11:15 PM   #6
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Depends on the lens. Some are 57mm, some are 67 mm. The side of the filter should tell you its size. Note: You can only use screw-in filters with this lens converter.

If all else fails, you could just hold a filter in front of the end of the G2's lens. But be careful here; some filters could give you a soft image if it slips when you take the image.
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Old Apr 25, 2004, 11:20 PM   #7
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thanks

it isn't a problem that they'd have to screw in with the threads of the filter out.....

i'm basically looking for a ND, polarizer, and/or graduated ND.....
i'd like the ND the most....cause of the ability to take waterfalls with much longer shutter speeds....which is an effect that is awesome.....
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Old Apr 26, 2004, 3:44 AM   #8
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same size as mine, so when your lazy arspe comes to visit, ill let ya use my wide angle, macro, and telephoto :-P
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Old Apr 26, 2004, 8:09 AM   #9
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The one thing I like about my G3 is that it has a built-in ND filter. I could always add another one if I want, but it is just nice to change a setting in the menu and here the click of the filter working.
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Old Apr 26, 2004, 9:58 AM   #10
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oh wow! that is awesome......how many stops difference is it?
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