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Z-Pro filter system by Cokin

rizzotm

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rizzotm Registered since 17th Sep 2006
Sun 17-Sep-06 03:41 AM

I plan to buy a Nikon D80 camera, a Nikon 18-200mm F/3.5-5.6G ED-IF AF DX VR Lens, a Z-Pro filter holder (made by Cokin) which holds 4X6" filters, and some Singh-Ray soft and hard graduated neutral density ("GND") 4X6" filters. The above-noted lens has a 72mm ring mount. Is it possible to kill two birds with one stone by using one-half of each hard Singh-Ray GND filter as a full neutral density filter? In other words, is it possible to completely avoid the clear and transition areas of the filter with this lens? It looks like it would be a tight fit. Also, can anyone recommend a 4X6" GND filter from a different manufacturer? Singh-Ray and Lee are the only companies that I know of that make this size GND filter. I am new Nikonian member, and I don't know much about photography, so I would appreciate any advice.

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