Dougbm_2: Very interesting article Rishi and co. Thanks!
I feel the bridge image could have been processed a bit more ... seems a bit flat. See my version in my gallery…http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/9311784622/photos/3203776/rizalbridge-d810-v4-fullsizeWhat do you think?
@Rishi: looking forward to the D810 review
Rishi's version looks more realistic.
Papi61: "The holder itself will cost £150 including VAT, while lens adapter rings will be £93.60 (...) The price of filters starts at £68.32 for color grads, while the Big Stopper and Little Stopper filters are £132, and the Polarizer costs £180."
So, if I wanted a polarizer for my 14-24, it would cost me £424 (i.e. $655 US)
No, you can get a polarizer plus holder for $269. Search for "WonderPana 145 Filter Adapter Kit with Circular Polarizing Filter". I use it and the quality is great.
Great work DPReview.The sunstar test idea was brilliant, just what i needed to know. Those sample photos gave me a pretty good idea of:i) wide open sharpness/bokeh/rendering when focused close.ii) idea about performance at infinity (though i wish they were focused better)iii) flareiv) a peek at CA and corner sharpness