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    I use the Lee System myself.
    Robert M. Teague
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    I am looking to get filters for my Hasselblad ProShade myself and was going through the pricelist of South London Filter company. I think I have settled on Formatt glass 4x4" filters but they are mighty expensive! Not that the others are cheaper, unless you go to resin.
    Two questions:
    1)Are they worth it?
    2)How do I mount them on the ProShade? Do I need to get the special Hasselblad holders?
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    Does anyone have experience with Optiflex filters? They claim the best possible image quality. They are a very thin filter made of resin. Lee filters are good but easily damaged. Kodak gels are outrageously expensive for such an easily damaged product.
    Claire (Ms Anne Thrope is in the darkroom)

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