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Vignetting with Singh Ray Vari N Duo?

dralph

Elmira, US
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dralph Silver Member Nikonian since 16th Jul 2006
Sat 12-Sep-09 04:46 AM

Can anyone give their experience using the Singh Ray Vari N Duo, the variable neutral density filter with circular polarizer? How wide can one go without the filter edges intruding into view? E.g., how wide could one go with the 24-70mm Nikkor and this filter? There is a review on B&H of a fellow who only could go down to 28mm with the Vari ND which is not as thick a filter.

I am really tempted to pop for this filter, especially with Fall leaf changes a few weeks away and streams to shoot with color all around.

Thanks.
Dave Ralph

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