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    the bottom one?

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    Question Re: Star Effect in Night Shots

    What sort of filters are there for these starburst effects? Are these filters cheap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fotojoy View Post
    What sort of filters are there for these starburst effects? Are these filters cheap?
    affordable. i think i bought my Cokin P Series at around S$28 or S$38 some 4yrs ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    affordable. i think i bought my Cokin P Series at around S$28 or S$38 some 4yrs ago.
    I see. Any factors to consider? Are there stuff like "6-pointed" star or "8-pointed" star?


    Pardon me for such newbie question. Heee .. would like to get one for this yr's Christmas lighting
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    Quote Originally Posted by fotojoy View Post
    I see. Any factors to consider? Are there stuff like "6-pointed" star or "8-pointed" star?


    Pardon me for such newbie question. Heee .. would like to get one to play play for this yr's Christmas lighting
    got 2, 4, 6, 8 and some other different patterns of starburst effect filters.

    the most commonly used are 4, 6 n 8.




    pretty useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    got 2, 4, 6, 8 and some other different patterns of starburst effect filters.

    the most commonly used are 4, 6 n 8.




    pretty useful.
    Thanks Cheesecake I will go get the filter
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