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Polariser for Cokin X-Pro Holder

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    tigerminx
    tigerminx  9237 forum posts South Africa
    5 Jun 2006 - 6:27 AM

    Hi all, could anyone give me advise on which drop in Polariser I could purchase for my Cokin X-Pro filter holder? Would appreciate any advice. I have thought about just going for the Cokin X164 Polariser, but don't seem to hear much about it on this site?

    Another question, do the Cokin X-Pro filters work in the Lee Filter holder system and vica-versa?

    Thanks in advance.
    Bruce.

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    Chris_H
    Chris_H  101471 forum posts1 Constructive Critique Points
    5 Jun 2006 - 6:31 AM

    Lee are Cokin Z size (100mm) where as X-pro are bigger.

    keithh
    keithh  1022564 forum posts Wallis and Futuna29 Constructive Critique Points
    5 Jun 2006 - 6:34 AM

    Yep....X Pro's are way to big and the CPL for them is the price of a small planet...I'm afraid.
    Wink

    tigerminx
    tigerminx  9237 forum posts South Africa
    5 Jun 2006 - 6:45 AM

    Thanks. That answers that one. X-Pro, the way to go then.

    And the Drop in CPL for the X-Pro holder?

    Bruce.

    cybajet
    cybajet  6 United Kingdom
    29 Apr 2010 - 6:21 PM

    X-Pro all the way. No vingetting with anything. The 164 polariser is just fantastic. A quaility piece of glass. You can also reverse the X-Pro holder to bring it even closer to the lens if your not using filters at the same time. The "Z" are a close second just like the Lee @ 100mm. But they are second never the less, Its your choice, buy the right gear first time or for the sake of saving pennies always regret the system you bought into and the compromises it forces on you.

    Kris_Dutson
    30 Apr 2010 - 4:58 PM

    I've worn out two since this thread started. Wink

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