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    its nice though not as nice as nightmare's. Oops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    its nice though not as nice as nightmare's. Oops.
    not fair he got more expensive filter than me!His hoya mine tianya.....one 100++ another 5 dollars.Wahahha,yup,gotta admit.So made your choice on which to choose?

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    I heard stacking 2 cpls together would do the trick too. one would need to be mounted the otherway using a reverse mount i think.
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    Nuff said.

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    I have searched like crazy, but just can't find a Hoya ND400. Also can't find B+W ND110... I don't know TS where you can find one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limwhow View Post
    I have searched like crazy, but just can't find a Hoya ND400. Also can't find B+W ND110... I don't know TS where you can find one.
    Lord have stock of Hoya ND400, if want get from MS, you can ask them to order for you.

    I see B+W ND110 is available in Mass Sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by limwhow View Post
    I have searched like crazy, but just can't find a Hoya ND400. Also can't find B+W ND110... I don't know TS where you can find one.
    B+W filter Are you sure you searched like crazy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by agentxq49 View Post
    I heard stacking 2 cpls together would do the trick too. one would need to be mounted the otherway using a reverse mount i think.
    This would rather result in a ND with variable transmission rate. No need to reverse mount. Singh Ray has it: http://www.singh-ray.com/varind.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    Lord have stock of Hoya ND400, if want get from MS, you can ask them to order for you.

    I see B+W ND110 is available in Mass Sale.
    Quote Originally Posted by jjynwa View Post
    B+W filter Are you sure you searched like crazy?
    Thank you catchlights, and thank you jjynwa! Erm... (ashame and nothing to say...).

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamergod View Post
    not fair he got more expensive filter than me!His hoya mine tianya.....one 100++ another 5 dollars.Wahahha,yup,gotta admit.So made your choice on which to choose?
    I will be buying hoya i guess..lamergod, can you post a few pics taken with your tianya filter when in hot afternoon? say between 1-3pm? Can it do that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    I will be buying hoya i guess..lamergod, can you post a few pics taken with your tianya filter when in hot afternoon? say between 1-3pm? Can it do that?
    okay.Will do

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    Hey i just consulted my photography friend and he told me something like my 450D might not be able to take a 10 stop ND filter...is there such thing? Does it work better for FF cams?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    Hey i just consulted my photography friend and he told me something like my 450D might not be able to take a 10 stop ND filter...is there such thing? Does it work better for FF cams?
    ask your friend to explain why?

    camera not good enough? or.....?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    Hey i just consulted my photography friend and he told me something like my 450D might not be able to take a 10 stop ND filter...is there such thing? Does it work better for FF cams?
    Yeah... can't be used in FULL Auto Mode

    Next time consult with a reliable source
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    Lol...i will go and interrogate him!! Haha
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    Default Re: Possible to use long exposure during daytime?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    Hey i just consulted my photography friend and he told me something like my 450D might not be able to take a 10 stop ND filter...is there such thing? Does it work better for FF cams?
    No, better downgrade to 350D. Works perfectly. Maybe your 450D is too advanced? Can't do simple things anymore?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    Hey i just consulted my photography friend and he told me something like my 450D might not be able to take a 10 stop ND filter...is there such thing? Does it work better for FF cams?
    then you better stop consulting him about photography . Filters are more about lenses than body . That's why you buy a filter to fit the lens not the body

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamergod View Post
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    ..Filters are more about lenses than body . That's why you buy a filter to fit the lens not the body
    very appropriate statement
    looking forward to see more of your pics taken with Tianya filter on..

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    nothing.


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    im getting the b+w nd110 instead on wed! haha...cant wait to use it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerald Lam CK View Post
    Hey i just consulted my photography friend and he told me something like my 450D might not be able to take a 10 stop ND filter...is there such thing? Does it work better for FF cams?
    that is nonsense.

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