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  • #31
    Hoya UV/IR, the Genus Eclipse on top of that. Make sure to have your VariND rotatable, as it's position influences color as well, due to the polarizing effect. Then mark the position for either full or zero pola. I use the Xume magnetic adapters, works great!

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    • #32
      Originally posted by stier View Post
      Hoya UV/IR, the Genus Eclipse on top of that. Make sure to have your VariND rotatable, as it's position influences color as well, due to the polarizing effect. Then mark the position for either full or zero pola. I use the Xume magnetic adapters, works great!
      Thanks, just ordered that.
      http://www.erichasso.com/
      http://www.thesuspenseofdisbelief.com/

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      • #33

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        Here is a little something I shot yesterday in Hallstatt, just to test my HoyaUVIR/Eclipse VariND combo. The green tint is crazy, my old FaderND MKII went to cyan mostly. With the sensor of the 2,5k, which is crazily sensitive to greens, and my monitor, which is a green-pro, I am all in green land

        Sharpness is brilliant, even at 150mm. No Color shift when fading. Gonna be a happy camper!

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