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Victor
Date Posted: Oct/06/2011 2:41 PM
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I don't know why I put this off so long, especially living in Florida, but I really need to buy one of these, and perhaps two strenghths. The prices of these are all over the map. I don't want junk, but I don't want to pay far more than I need to. Kenny, I know you use these I would appreciate your guidance and anyone else who would like to chime in. Thanks much.

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kennymc
Date Posted: Oct/07/2011 2:54 AM
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I do use grads, but not on a regular basis, so I use the Cokin P range... If I was a serious landscape photographer I would definitely buy the Lee filters, expensive but excellent...

My entire Cokin filter system contains 4 filters...
P 153 Neutral Grey ND4
P 121M Neutral Grey Grad ND4
P 121F Full Neutral Grad ND8
P 120 Gradual Grey (has a slight red bias on Canon cameras, great for sunsets)

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