Subject: Re: Stuck Filters
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Subject: Re: Stuck Filters
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On 11/6/2017 12:21 PM, Savageduck wrote:
> On Nov 6, 2017, PeterN wrote
> (in article<>):
>> On 11/5/2017 1:11 AM, Savageduck wrote:
> <<Snip>>
>>> Just go with a filter wrench, that is what they are designed for, and forget
>>> the hare-brained schemes.
>> Yep.
>> The only filters I now use are: ND; variable ND; CP; and a variable fog.
>> I carry filter wrenches in my bag at all times, although I haven't had a
>> stuck filter in over ten years.
> When it comes to screw on filters I have ND, CPF, and only one Variable ND. I
> have not been impressed with the variable ND, and it doesn’t get that much
> use. Most recently I bought a few of the Hoya Solas IRND filters.
> <>

The variable ND allows me to compose without having to attach the filter 
later. I only use the fixed ND when it is very bright. It is a ten stop. 
In another post I mentioned that I was advised by B&H not to purchase an 
item. It was any of the Lee type filters. I had wanted to get a 
graduated ND filter. Watchagonnado.

> I use the screw on filters for those times it is inconvenient to use the Lee
> ND and ND Grad system. The Lee system also includes a pretty good CPF. I use
> the Lee Seven5 system with my Fujifilm X-cameras.
> <>