10 stop ND filter

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10 stop ND filter

Postby 33dollars » Tue Mar 10, 2015 5:08 pm

Just acquired a 10 stop ND filter in ᴓ49 for the GR. It's dark here now, Douh! :roll:
But tomorrow with some light I'll find out something.
My early test shot tells me a class 10 card at 300 sec. takes forever to write to card in the GR.
:?: Anyho, does anyone know what sort of WB should be used in daylight hours for a 10 stop ND filter.
At the mo it looks a little smoky brown to me. It is a cheap one & dark here after all.
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Re: 10 stop ND filter

Postby 33dollars » Wed Mar 11, 2015 3:44 am

Here is a quick test shot of 10 sec.
Like an idiot I reformat my card before saving the images. A recovered image
ISO 100, F9, 10 sec. WB auto
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Re: 10 stop ND filter

Postby riccadonna » Wed Mar 11, 2015 8:29 am

Looks like there`s no IR contamination, an issue with very dense ND-ies. Try some urban scenes, helps to liquid-ate the traffic. I mostly use 8ND- 3 stops that helps agains overexposure when f:1-f:2 , 100 ISO, 1/4000sec, 100ISO.
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