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  1. #11
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    Re: ND variable filter brand

    Found at AliExpress ND64 squared from Zomei company for about 50 euros. According to price it is expectable to be at least decent. Any of you tried this?

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  2. #12
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    Re: ND variable filter brand

    Quote Originally Posted by Gruyanidas View Post
    Found at AliExpress ND64 squared from Zomei company for about 50 euros. According to price it is expectable to be at least decent. Any of you tried this?

    Послато са SM-G903F уз помоћ Тапатока
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  3. #13
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    Re: ND variable filter brand

    Reviews on the AliExpress look OK for a non-variable density filter, which I would recommend over the variable density. The only thing that bothers me is I am very nervous about the quality of Chinese products.
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    Re: ND variable filter brand

    Rather than go with a variable ND filter, check to see if any ICE brand ND filters are available in your area. Their 10-stop one gets good reviews and are a fraction of the cost of HOYA or B+W. And they come in a variety of sizes to fit different lenses.

    https://amazon.com/ND1000-Filter-Neu...density+filter
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