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    Re: Found this over on Google+....Wine Country Camera Filter system...

    Got the link shared by a friend on FB the other day too about this, it's nice in almost every way, except the size, it's a little too bulky, especially for wide angle lenses which it is mostly intended for...

    But, nevertheless, I'm still interested, hopefully it'll be easy to buy!

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    Re: Found this over on Google+....Wine Country Camera Filter system...

    My problem is that it's only for 100 and so to small for me.

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    Re: Found this over on Google+....Wine Country Camera Filter system...

    Quote Originally Posted by Christopher View Post
    My problem is that it's only for 100 and so to small for me.
    Hi Christopher
    I saw the system and indeed it looks like a great system. After liking their FB page I noticed in the comments that they are going to bring a whopping 165mm version out soon! Would prefer a 150 or 130mm version but that should accommodate pretty much any lens. Personally I use the Cokin X-Pro holder with Singh Ray 10 and 15 stop ND filters Light reflections are a pain to remove (which I do with a DIY light proof hood) slow and awkward to do. This would dramatically simplify the process. I am able to get large amounts of shift on wide angle lenses on view camera including 28mm Schneider and 17mm Canon TS on Sony A7rii (using universal adaptor). Not sure if 165mm is really needed. I could be wrong but the 150mm or 130mm filters seem to be more widely used. Forgetting the cost a 165mm system would take a lot of space.

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    Re: Found this over on Google+....Wine Country Camera Filter system...

    I saw it first on Facebook. Saw the video. I bought it. Spent a hefty hunk of change to acquire the extra filter vaults and adapters.

    I'm excited to use this on the Cambo WRS.

    We'll have this system at Pigs in the Southwest 2017 / CI in Southwest, April 2017

    https://captureintegration.com/don-k...workshop-2017/

    ken

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