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| || |Thanks Roshan, I'd come across Toppreise before but for some reason never thought of then for filters!
They're certainly cheaper on there, my current ND4 was 58CHF! I think I'll have to get a card in CHF that I can use on the net...
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Just as an aside. A polariser
will do pretty much the same job as an ND filter. Depending on its rotation, it will cut some (up to 2 stops) of light.
You will also find more uses for a polariser
filter than for an ND. The polariser also has the effect of cutting down reflections from non metallic
surfaces. For example, water, glass etc.
I use one all the time in my job.
Also, if you mount two on your lens you get a variable neutral density filter
Don't however, use one whilst wearing Polaroid
sunglasses because it will be very hard to see through the viewfinder.
Here below are two examples that I made recently. The first one is photographed without a polariser
and the second one had the polariser