No difference between clear and UV for a dSLR. Well...I can't speak for all of them, but I can speak for the 7D and 5DII that I empirically tested with both short- and long-wave UV light sources - both were insensitive to UV.
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Doesn't have to be IR. if you look at the transmission curve for the B+W 3.0, it starts to rise from 'neutral' at about 630nm.
ok whatever you say but cinema guys I know all have full line up of hot mirror IR ND filter kits.
I guess they have spent thousands for nothing.
what do i know... live and learn
...are my expectations high due to using DSLR's for 4 years ?
I've loaded the Flipside 400 AW with a gripped body, 430EX II, and either one big white zoom (70-200/2.8L IS II or 100-400L) and four black lenses (e.g. 24-105L, 16-35L II, TS-E 24L II, 100L Macro, 135L, etc.), or two big white zooms and three black lenses.With room to spare, probably.
Hib belt great for stopping the bag swinging, terrible for screwing up your lower back, a chest strap is the way to go, weight over shoulders and chest.
Tried the Lowepro tool to estimate which bag I need. It told me I should get the Flipside 500 AW. Hmm...
getting the right bag is a quite personal thing
You repeatedly insisted that high fps were required to take good photos and that skill was no replacement for this which obviously leads one to conclude that you're insisting that high fps is required to get good photos.
but, but, ... Neuro, you promised stop beating that horse
Schneider has had an 82mm 10-stop ND for a while (in fact, when I bought it in 2011 they were the only game in town for an 82mm ND3.0 screw-in). It does have a warming effect, you can see an example I posted in this thread.Buy LEE or schnider optic.If you're talking about schnEider :-> optics (B+W) - they are just releasing their 82mm nd filters, they much more expensive than Heliopan (probably early adopter's premium) and one of the above posts also states that b+w also has a color cast - so I went for the cheaper Heliopan w/o coating (it's not supposed to let through light after all).
I personally don't like photo backpacks.