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RE: [Rollei] Flare Buster



Peter & Jerry,

Thanks for the advice. If this filter holder works out I know I will use
it.  Once I get it setup on my camera I'll post a snap to the gallery.

R.J.

- -----Original Message-----
From: Kotsinadelis, Peter (Peter) [mailto:peterk  ] 
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 12:30 PM
To: rollei  us
Subject: [Rollei] Flare Buster




Just get a big piece of cardboard and shade the whole camera as best you
can.

Peter K

- -----Original Message-----
From: Jerry Lehrer [mailto:jerryleh  ]
Sent: Monday, May 12, 2003 9:21 AM
To: rollei  us
Subject: Re: [Rollei] series 6? Or 3x3 filters


RJ

What you probably have is the mount half of a Rollei Graduated Filter
assembly, or "Verlauffilter".

Yes you can cut Cokin etc. filters to size, but remember with no lens
hood in front of them, they are susceptible to flare.

Jerry

"Fox, Robert" wrote:

> I just bought for almost nothing on eBay a filter holder that attaches
to the front of the square lenshood for use on any Rollei 3.5 lens. I
don't know if the filter holder takes 3x3 filters, but can anyone tell
me how easy or difficult it is to cut Lee/Cokin style filters to
different sizes? I have no experience with these type of filters but it
seems like an economical way to use the many nice graduated filters
available in this type. Anyone use gel filters on their Rolleis?
>
> TIA,
> R.J.
> (please ignore typos - this message sent from Blackberry)

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