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NiSi V5 Pro 100mm Filter Holder Kit: w/ 6x Filter Slots + Adapter Rings + Filter EXPIRED

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Adorama has NiSi V5 Pro 100mm Filter Holder Kit: w/ 6x Filter Slots + 4 Adapter Rings + CPL Filter on sale for $59. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • 1x Ultra Slim 86mm Glass CPL Filter
  • 4x Adapter Rings (67mm, 72mm, 77mm and 82mm)
  • Leather Carrying Case
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The NiSi V5 Pro Filter Holder allows you to use three 100mm filters in any combination as well as a circular polarizing filter. With the unique rotation wheel design, the CPL filter can be rotated via a cog on the back of the holder. -BostonGirl

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You'd want at LEAST at 16 stop ND filter. And do NOT use the viewfinder to compose.

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Using a filter on my DSLR would I theoretically be able to take a direct photo of the sun?

I'm working on an interesting project for my photography class...
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Using a filter on my DSLR would I theoretically be able to take a direct photo of the sun?

I'm working on an interesting project for my photography class...
You could, but not with this. You would need a special sun filter, and a fairly long lens, 400mm or so. I made a shade for myself out of cardboard I put on my lens to keep me out of sun a little during the last eclipse. Just be very careful when photographing the sun.
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You'd want at LEAST at 16 stop ND filter. And do NOT use the viewfinder to compose.
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I bought this https://www.adorama.com/ianfh100v5pe.html last time for $89, can't tell the difference beside the "Enhanced" CPL. The holder is solidly built, much better than Lee, but it only accept NiSi's proprietary 82mm rings so all the other rings in the kit are step-down rings. This could be a huge nuisance when you need to switch lenses.
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What is the size of ND filters fit on this holder ?? Thank you

Never mind! Found it in details. 100mm filters
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You could, but not with this. You would need a special sun filter, and a fairly long lens, 400mm or so. I made a shade for myself out of cardboard I put on my lens to keep me out of sun a little during the last eclipse. Just be very careful when photographing the sun.


Thanks for the reply! I did some independent research and looks like I'm going to need to borrow a lens from a friend and get that sun filter but this looks very doable.
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I have this...it's a great filter holder.
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If you have an adjustable welding helmet, you can crank it up to 13 and take your pics.

at the solar eclipse a few years ago, our astronomy club had solar telescopes for the adults, and the young kids got to use the welding rigs.

Even without an eclipse, you often will see interesting sun spots....



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https://www.adorama.com/ia100v6a.html

You could get this kit and add the V6 holder if you wanted, and it would be cheaper than the V6 kit. The V5 rings fit onto the V6 according to what I read.
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If you have an adjustable welding helmet, you can crank it up to 13 and take your pics.

at the solar eclipse a few years ago, our astronomy club had solar telescopes for the adults, and the young kids got to use the welding rigs.

Even without an eclipse, you often will see interesting sun spots....
vid1900If you have an adjustable welding helmet, you can crank it up to 13 and take your pics.

at the solar eclipse a few years ago, our astronomy club had solar telescopes for the adults, and the young kids got to use the welding rigs.

Even without an eclipse, you often will see interesting sun spots....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hKi9D5YvYA

Who would have thought?
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So the ND filters 100mm for this must be nisi brand?
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Could someone take me to school on this? Almost all my other lenses are 55mm and I have a Hoya CPL and other screw on filters for them. I recently bought a 72mm lens and wanted a CPL for that one. What is the advantage to this over a standard CPL that just screws onto the end of your lens?

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I can also use some schooling. I have a round cpl and a 10 stop ND, but always wanted to get into a square filter system. Compared to prices I have seen, it seems like a good deal, although it seem to be the older system (v6 is newest, I think). I have two questions. First, the material seems to be aluminum that tend to stick compared to brass. Is it common for filter systems made of aluminum rather than brass? Also, does the system accept any square filter or does it have to be Nisi? Thanks in advance.
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