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    In need of THIN ring filter #15 deep yellow

    Does anyone know where I can get a THIN ring filter #15 deep yellow size 62mm for my 40mm wide angle lens. A regular filter causes vignetting. I e-mailed Tiffen, and they said that they don't make them.
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    Just a note to say that I am not stacking my filters
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    Heliopan filters come standard in thin rings, and B+W make wideangle filters with thin rings. The numbering system is different for B+W. A #15 filter should be about the same as a B+W 023 filter. Heliopan #15 is also called "Dark Yellow."
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    Here is a filter from B+W available at B&H, it is pretty pricy and special order. Also, I am not sure that it is the correct yellow for you. If not, you might check with B+W, they seem to offer a number of these wide filters.

    David's response came in while I was typing. The link is for the 023 filter that he refers to, so it might just be what you need.

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    I'd try a Heliopan slim-mount filter:
    http://www.hpmarketingcorp.com/heliopan.html

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    Is this for the Bronica?

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/cont...goryNavigation

    Then watch Ebay for a Bronica Pro Shade with a 62mm ring. I'd suggest KEH but all they have at the moment are in excellent condition and pretty expensive.

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    Thanks everyone for your help!
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    Have you considered the Cokin P System?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy K
    Have you considered the Cokin P System?

    Are you talking about the gel filters?
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    I have the A system, I wouldn't call them 'gel'. Many of the filters are made from mineral glass.
    The P system is pretty much the same as the A System but is for larger diameter lenses and lenses with focal lengths below 35mm.
    I actually prefer the A system to screw in filters as I can leave the adapters on my lenses and just switch the filter holder when I change lenses. I can also stack up to four filters without any vignette.

    Here is a scan of Cokin's blurb explaining their filter system.


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