Best WA for NEX-F3 in Antarctica/Patagonia?

Started Nov 19, 2012 | Questions thread
Cullings
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Re: Best WA for NEX-F3 in Antarctica/Patagonia?
In reply to ShinyFace, Nov 22, 2012

You might try a "graduated" ND (neutral density) filter, like the Tiffen one shown here: http://www.amazon.com/Tiffen-Graduated-Neutral-Density-Filter/dp/B00005061B

or look on ebay for graduated filter 49mm

The top half of the filter attenuates the light by 2 F-stops (ND 0.6) - maybe use two

I have the Tiffen one and a polarizing filter too. Maybe use both types. Watch out on fisheye lenses - none I know of accept attachable filters.

ShinyFace wrote:

What about the need for filters? From what I have read about taking photographs in the Antarctic summer, the light can be intense. But there are a lot of filter types out there...which one goes best with the 16F28 in bright light?

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