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    Calumet used to make a 4x4 filter holder (maybe they still make it - I don't know); the filter holder would be permanently attached to the lens board, just in front of the rear lens element.

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    The trickest behind the lens filter set-up is without question the horseman accessory. The difference between glass and poly-carbonate vs. gelatin is huge. But trying to use gelatin in front of the lens can be a disaster, especially outside. Unfortunately the horseman accessory has been discontinued. However, the attachment rings are still available from b and h and I occasionally see the filter holder on ebay for anywhere between $25 - $100. Search "horseman behind the lens filter holder" in google... you might find one used. Best of luck.

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    I use Kodak 4 x 4 filter holders and put small squares of pressure sensitive velcro on both the back of lensboards and the filter holders. Easy to apply and they stay put.
    Richard

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    My solution : I have an Ambico filter holder-very similar to the ubiquitous Cokin A or P, and a bunch of adapter rings for various lens diameters. I modified a couple of rings to push fit on the rear lens barrels.
    Easy and quick to fit,and the holder can still be used for standard front-of-lens purposes.

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    Always used the Voss Gelatine Filter Holder (75mm/3x3 inch) with the spring clamp in studios, with the barn doors removed. Still have and use mine inside the view cameras.

    Current equivalents found at Calumet:
    http://www.calumetphoto.com/item/LE5002/
    http://www.calumetphoto.com/item/XB6560/

    Lee

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