I am looking for a system that would work on both my 24-70 and 17-40 lenses. Is there anything that won't give vignetting on my ultrawide? I also want something that would let me manually adjust where the transition would be. I've heard that there are hard, soft transition. What type should i get? I don't have a big budget. Ideally something around $100 would be nice. Thanks for your help.
I am not the PRO, and still need to learn from All of CR. Members all the time. Yes, I am the Cheapo and try to buy some thing Cheap, and Test the quality, And If I do not like, I just throw them away. Yes I have Cokin P Series that can adapt and use up to my 82 mm ( TS-E 24 MM F/ 3.5 L MK II) for testing Kit = $ 45 US Dollars, and Free Shipping---I recommend , Made in China as the Link Below, After you love them, You can throw the Cheap Optical Sq. Filters away ( Keep the Holder, Rings, and Hoods), and Buy Cokin Filter COP120 ( 120 Graduated ND G1) =$ 37.50 US Dollars, As I do.
Just Try the Cheap one First, and see how do you like, before spend hard earn money.http://www.amazon.com/Complete-Square-Filter-Compatible-Series/dp/B00796I546/ref=pd_sim_e_8
PS, Some of the Time, MFG. in China make a wonderful Plus Super Cheap for American Dollars too.
PS. 2 , I use 17-40 L , 24-70 L , TS-E 24 mm F/ 3.5 L MK II, and never see vignetting on my ultrawide 17 mm Lens----May be my sorry 65 years old Eyes---Ha, Ha, Ha.