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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123

    Bro, pro-stop is the resin one and gives some nasty color casts. The new ones are glass, and cost $140 each. Performs as well as Lee's I heard.
    Eh? Did TK cheat me? Mine feels very plastic.... I paid $140 for it in the first week when it comes to sg
    I'm pretty sure I bought it after ppl mention that TK has it...

    The colour cast is still blue though, same as the big stopper I think.
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    Default Re: Advice on how to use and what to use Grad ND filters for landscaping

    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    Eh? Did TK cheat me? Mine feels very plastic.... I paid $140 for it in the first week when it comes to sg
    I'm pretty sure I bought it after ppl mention that TK has it...

    The colour cast is still blue though, same as the big stopper I think.
    If you have tried their old 10 stop ND, you will understand. Cool is good actually.

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    Oooo ok. As long as I gotten the correct one I'm fine. Though I still have a hard time correcting the cast. Is there a way correct the colour cast to neutral as though this filter is never used? I tried the recent posted online video by using dropper on a neutral colour in the scene for WB correction, sometime can sometime cannot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowseye View Post
    Oooo ok. As long as I gotten the correct one I'm fine. Though I still have a hard time correcting the cast. Is there a way correct the colour cast to neutral as though this filter is never used? I tried the recent posted online video by using dropper on a neutral colour in the scene for WB correction, sometime can sometime cannot.
    Best way is to use your eyeball.

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