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    Check this out form Singh-Ray!

    http://www.singh-ray.com/varix.html

    They have a new variable density filter. You simply roate the front element (like a polarizer) and it adjusts density from 1.5 to 10 stops. Pretty neat if it works well!!!

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    Did you notice the price?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Ash
    http://www.singh-ray.com/varix.html

    They have a new variable density filter. You simply roate the front element (like a polarizer) and it adjusts density from 1.5 to 10 stops. Pretty neat if it works well!!!
    340 bucks is pretty hefty if you as me, but what a great idea it is!

    Thanks for bringing this one to our attention!
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    Fancy name

    Fancy name for two stacked polarizers, one of which you can rotate.

    I can't believe I never thought of that. I can just get another Hoya CP like the one I have and stack them to chieve the same results.

    Interesting...
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    So that's how they do it! I think I'll wait until you guys buy one and test it out first.

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