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    Thanks for that, fschifano!

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    I never knew there was a filter drawer (mine does not have one). I just put them on top of the top condenser and it works fine. I believe I had to cut down a 6x6 filter set, but I could be wrong on that.

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    I have used under the lens filters for ever (over 30 years) and I can not see any difference in image quality. I think it is an old wives tale.

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    O.K. Thanks to a digigizmo that I am currently borrowing from a friend, I took a picture of the holder that I got with my D2V. It takes a 5" filter. I cut down 6" Ilford filters and I rarely bother using the top plate

    The printing at the bottom of the top plate says:
    "Filter holder should only be used in position No. 3. When condenser is in position No. 3, Place filter holder on top of condenser."
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    That is called grain. It is supposed to be there.
    =Neal W.=

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    thanks for all the input
    i measured the condenser housing and 6" filters should slide right in there
    ill just plop them right on top of the condenser
    should work fine

    thanks again
    now if i can just figure out the best way to block out the bathroom window ill be set.
    any ideas?

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