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Hoya, Cokin and Kenko Filters & Teleconverters

Discussion relating to Hoya, Cokin and Kenko filters.

  • Cokin compatible A Series ND filters

    Thanks Chris, I'll have a look.:)
    by cmiller | Last Post | Unread
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  • Cheap Filters

    The choice of filter make is entirely up to you and how much money you want to spend - I use a CIR POL,UVO, and a set of ND filters which are not mainstream manufacturer...
    by rawshot | Last Post | Unread
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  • ND variable filters

    Thanks all for your help and advice. I would use it mainly for videoing with the Z6
    by johnmac | Last Post | Unread
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  • Kase Filters

    Thank you, Linda, your reply is very helpful. Hopefully, others will chip in with their comments and experiences.
    by bledzo | Last Post | Unread
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  • New Lee Filter Holder

    A bit more information is " filtering " through. There is going to be new lens hood(s) coming soon. The current one is a bit of a pain to attach / detach the round pola...
    by pink | Last Post | Unread
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  • Formatt-HiTech Firecrest glass filters

    "How can you tell in the HT filters are resin or glass. I am thinking of buying these but on their web site there's no mention of of this. The set I am looking at, wh...
    by rhody | Last Post | Unread
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  • Polariser.

    Thank you all once again for your help, looks like I will have to save up for a lee CP.
    by Ray12 | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • How Many Slots on a Cokin Holder?

    Arhb - the back slot on my Cokin P holder is thinner than the other three & flush with the plastic back of holder. I can't get a normal filter into it. It's also wider...
    by mike0101 | Last Post | Unread
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  • Darkening filter for photographing waterfalls

    I did a project years ago where I drove into the Rocky Mountains every day for 2 weeks, and experimented with photographing waterfalls and rivers; it was fun. I got my be...
    by cookyphil | Last Post | Unread
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  • Flare - how do brands compare?

    I recently switched to using the Nisi filter holder (which on a first use looks realy good and is dsigned with a neat built-in slot/rotator for a PL filter). In the cour...
    by trailguru | Last Post | Unread
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  • Best Filters

    I am very seriously considering buying Hoya Revo SMC CP filters. I'm "informed" that these work better with Canon L series lenses. Would this be the case? Tony
    by tonygardham1952 | Last Post | Unread
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  • New Kenko Teleplus Converter Compatibility Checker

    Hello, Kenko has added a really useful tool to their website that we thought you'd want to know about. Basically, it is a compatibility checker for anyone wishing to p...
    by NikitaMorris | Last Post | Unread
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  • Help me to differentiate between Kenko 1.4x TC Models- MC4 DGX and Pro 300 DG

    I cannot get the links to the converters to work That aside Kenko make some cheaper Nikon fit converters which are screwdriver AF only. For an AF-S lens a more expensive ...
    by Alokchitri | Last Post | Unread
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  • ND filter

    Google knows all about the x factor. It is caused by the fact that the variable NDs use a pair of polarising filters.
    by gashead | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 4
  • View The International Filter Photo Contest Entries

    Hello, You can now view the International Filter Photo Contest winners in a gallery on Filterzone. The gallery is navigated via four drop-downs: Filter, Camera Brand, ...
    by NikitaMorris | Last Post | Unread
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  • infra-red

    No need to chimp with a converted camera. You create a bespoke white balance and calibrate the exposure. I have my exposure permanently set to +1.5 stops. It is not as cr...
    by Ray12 | Last Post | Unread
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  • Filter Help please

    That is a good way of working Adam, however the OP didn't mention grads. I don't often use filters but I find the same as you when using an ND 3, it needs that little bit...
    by Ian White | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 3
  • Considering buying Lee Filters

    Thanks for the explanation
    by ckristoff | Last Post | Unread
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  • Square filters!

    I am moving to use 150mm filters so far for all my filters, i know i can use 100mm[4"] filters good enough on most lenses wide or ultra wide angle, but with 150mm it is l...
    by Andy_Curtis | Last Post | Unread
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  • Anyone used 84.5 brand filters?

    I've found a review - not a comparative one and the photographer's sponsored by 84.5 but he claims it is unbiased. You decide.... 84dot5 filter review
    by trailguru | Last Post | Unread
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  • Filter? No filter?

    As I live 300 metres from the beach there is often salt water spray in the air, even on days with a moderate wind, the result can be seen on my windows and on the windows...
    by KingBee | Last Post | Unread
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  • Filter Newbee

    The Cokins can produce a very heavy magenta cast when a lot of filtration is used for long exposures. I discovered that personally too though that problem may be sorted n...
    by NcNicolaou | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 7
  • Underexpose instead of filter?

    The first part of this thread is pretty mixed up. Underexposing will not help you at all. You need to overexpose to get the effect you want. The filter you link to ena...
    by NikonNewbee | Last Post | Unread
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  • ND Virgin

    Hi Dave Try the new Hoya Prond 1000 filters, if you buy one that is large engough for your biggest lens filter size and want to step down to a smaller filter size use a...
    by bluesandtwos | Last Post | Unread
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  • Compact Cameras & Filters

    The camera does not have a filter thread. There is an EPZ article here. Whether there are contraptions which will enable you to use a filter I will leave others to comm...
    by Briformac | Last Post | Unread
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  • 49mm Circular Polarizing - HRT or Pro1 or Tiffin etc

    Though i don't think anyone in the UK stocks this HD3 lens yet - This US site makes it look good. Will Epz review this HD3 filte...
    by JackAllTog | Last Post | Unread
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  • Polarising filters

    Cheap filters often have colour casts, its one of the undesirable, but presumably expensive things to remove that go into quality filters. Perhaps if you gave us more de...
    by mikeuk | Last Post | Unread
    Replies: 5
  • Formatt Hitech Firecrest

    Thanks all yes it is a lot think a welder would struggle seeing with it, Cheers Sitan1 :)
    by Peter_West | Last Post | Unread
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  • Variable ND Filter Choice

    Hi, many thanks for the opinions. Russ
    by russellsnr | Last Post | Unread
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  • Filter questions & related content on ePz - What do you want to know?

    "I have been using Cokin P Series from quite sometime now and although they may not be the most expensive they certainly continue to produce the results. However unl...
    by NikitaMorris | Last Post | Unread
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