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Old May 25, 2010, 12:49 AM   #1
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Default FZ35 with ND8 filter pics and vid

Here is test without and with ND8 filter on the FZ35. Shoot in P mode.
Video http://www.vimeo.com/12010028
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Old May 25, 2010, 1:37 AM   #2
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Could you do some moving water shots with and without the lens. Maybe even a running tap...
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Could you do some moving water shots with and without the lens. Maybe even a running tap...
Will do that when I have time.
Got the filter mostly to see if it can avoid the lines during filming.
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The ND filter only cuts down the light reaching the sensor. It's primarily used to photograph subject in very bright conditions at very slow shutter speeds. This is particularly useful on P&S since they usually offer a min aperture of f8.0, which is really not small enough if the shutter speed is set to 1/2.

Cheese, I'm curious as to why you asked for the running tap water shot.
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It would have to be a video of a running tap (or any running water) in bright sunlight. These are the typical conditions in which the CCD sensor over-saturates from bright, sparkling light sources, leading to purple and green vertical streaks.
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