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    Default 'Cross-star' filters

    Tried to search in the forum but unable to locate such a thread so Im starting one..

    Read from mag that there is a filter that allows shots to capture nice starburst effect of lights in the dark. Thinking to get one but most shops tell me that they have 2 types: Polarized and UV....but not cross-star.

    Anyone who knows? Help appreciated!
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    Default Re: 'Cross-star' filters

    http://ddw666.blogspot.com/2009/12/g...cpl-close.html

    here, not sure if he still has stock, you can check with him

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    Default Re: 'Cross-star' filters

    Thanks boss! Will try it out.
    Canon 500D||17-85||50mm 1.8
    https://tapout2me.wordpress.com/

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    Default Re: 'Cross-star' filters

    any owner can comment the quality of Green L brand name. TIA
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    Default Re: 'Cross-star' filters

    Quote Originally Posted by intrance View Post
    any owner can comment the quality of Green L brand name. TIA
    http://www.clubsnap.com/forums/showthread.php?t=803029

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    Default Re: 'Cross-star' filters

    Use a larger f number. Don't waste the money. Granted, the photos in the samples in the link seem to have very exaggerated star effects that you may not get with a large f number. But then again, how often do you want such an effect?
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