Hokie One wrote:
Thanks Guy, I would probably use it most for flowing water. So would 4-6 stops be good for that?
It varies and you need to experiment with various shutter speeds, maybe around 1/2 second or slower is good, more than maybe 4 or 5 seconds is unnecessary. Plus if the wind is blowing the trees and foliage will be blurred, so a still day helps. So the 4 to 6 stops would work, but I'd still have a 2 stop one in the kit for other uses/occasions.
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