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Old Jun 1, 2004, 11:07 PM   #11
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Calr...might I suggest taking a look at Cokin P system filter holder then using HiTech graduated ND filters. These are square filters that you can adjust to get the graduated effect desired. You will only have to buy one filter for each density rather than for each lens desired. They fit in the Cokin P system filter holder and you would need an adapter ring for each lens filter size you want.

You could go with Cokin filters, but HiTech are a better quality.

I bought 2 HiTech filters, the filter holder and 2 adapter rings from B&H for about 90 bucks.
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Old Jun 1, 2004, 11:26 PM   #12
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Do they make adapter rings and filter elements for lenses that large? All I have ever seen are in the 50mm range and smaller.
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Those are the A series adapters. Look at the P series. I have 72mm filters and I'm sure that they go even larger.
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