Erin Young wrote: From what I've read on the 10 stop filters have looked at, they all seem to have some sort of color cast. Are there any 10 stop filters that don't have a color cast and are 100% neutral in color?
Alfonso Camil wrote: Does it make any difference from square or circle filters?
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