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    tigerminx
    tigerminx  10237 forum posts South Africa
    13 Jun 2006 - 8:24 AM

    I've been scouring the net without much luck, and was wondering if anyone could tell me the following 0.x values of the following grads:

    121L
    121M
    121S
    121F

    If you still don't understand the question, heres an example.

    Lee 0.9 ND Grad (Make any sense?)

    Thanks in advance.

    Bruce.

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    Henchard
    Henchard  92744 forum posts United Kingdom1 Constructive Critique Points
    13 Jun 2006 - 8:32 AM

    Any good?

    PeterLondon
    13 Jun 2006 - 8:34 AM

    I just looked on the packaging for my P121M (medium) and it says ND4 which I had assumed means 4 stops reduction in light at the darkest (top) of the filter but looking at the table in the link above it appears to be 2 stops. Confused?

    Chris_H
    Chris_H  101472 forum posts1 Constructive Critique Points
    13 Jun 2006 - 8:38 AM

    ND 2 = 1 Stop

    ND 4 = 2 Stops

    ND 8 = 3 Stops

    Cokin 121 L = 1 stop

    121 m = 2 Stops

    121 S = 3 stops

    Hope that helps.

    Chris

    andytvcams
    andytvcams  1110396 forum posts United Kingdom
    13 Jun 2006 - 8:39 AM

    Its whole new world Smile a 121m is indeed a 2 stop filter

    tigerminx
    tigerminx  10237 forum posts South Africa
    13 Jun 2006 - 9:15 AM

    Thanks, it does help. So then how many stops is the 0.9 ND filter from Lee?

    Chris_H
    Chris_H  101472 forum posts1 Constructive Critique Points
    13 Jun 2006 - 9:17 AM

    0.9 = 3 stop

    0.6 = 2 stop

    0.3 = 1 stop

    I prefer the Lee way myself.

    tigerminx
    tigerminx  10237 forum posts South Africa
    13 Jun 2006 - 9:18 AM

    Thanks Chris.

    John, that PDF chart is extremely helpful. Much appreciated.
    Bruce.

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