NEW KENKO VARI-NDX Variable Neutral Density Filter

7 years 11 months ago #162801 by bfchris

is working your interwebs.
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7 years 11 months ago #163192 by fm48
How much does cost,


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7 years 11 months ago - 7 years 11 months ago #163194 by Baydream
I've seen a $700 figure thrown around but no confirmation on that.

Found it $562 and $624 at B&H.

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7 years 11 months ago #163206 by muzz105
That's a little excessive. Try searching for Light Craft Workshop Fader ND, these are the same thing and are excellent quality. I have one and rate it.


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7 years 11 months ago #163216 by steveheap
That does seem expensive! I bought the Singh Ray vari ND and polarizing combo filter, that I think was about $400. I thought I had read somewhere that there was a competitor to that for around $200 but can't immediately recall what it was. I don't regret the purchase though - it is my favorite waterfall filter - you can get rid of reflections of the rocks and slow the shutterspeed right down at the same time.

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7 years 11 months ago #163218 by Happy Snapper
I like what I read and would purchase if the price was a tad less

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7 years 11 months ago #163229 by Dori
I would love one! :woohoo:

Don't pi$$ me off, I am running out of room to store the bodies...

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7 years 11 months ago #163259 by Screamin Scott
I've got one of the older "Spiratone"DAD (Dial a Density) Variable ND filters in 55mm filter threads...Exposure factor is 3X to8X....Gives pretty good results & cost a whole lot less (doesn't have quite the same range though)

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