This interesting filter can be rotated to go from a warming filter to a cooling filter, from pinkish to blue.
The only time I used it was to correct a slide shot on heat-distressed film that went all cyan'ish on me. I mounted this filter on my slide projector, dialed in the colour correction, and reshot on fresh slide film. Then the filter went into a drawer for the last 5 years.
First subscriber who thinks this might be useful to them, pm me your address and it's yours...free.
One more cool thing tonight. This adapter lets you reverse mount a Nikon MF lens for macro work. Screws onto the standard 52mm filter ring on prime AI and non-AI lenses. I forget the actual numbers, but with a 50mm you get respectable macro. Even better with a 35mm lens. I used this heavily a few years ago, so much that it was left screwed on my 50 all the time for quick reversal. Stop-down metering and all that. Sure, you can use duct tape, but why not live a little?
First subscriber to pm me with an address gets this free. I'm off to bed, and will respond in the morning.
Last edited by David William White; 11-06-2010 at 01:54 AM. Click to view previous post history.