Advice on ND Filters for Canon lenses - HELP PLEASE
Looking at buying my first batch of ND filters. Thought that a Hoya 3 stop and 6 stop would be a good start. My question is - can I stack these to achieve 9 stops using either a 24-70mm f/2.8L II USM or EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM.
I understand that the 16-35mm might vignette badly with stacked filters. Does anyone have experience with this ?
Also that many lenses you can't actually go up to 9 stops as wide angle lenses sometimes will give you an x in your image at much lower than 9 stops.
Help and feedback please. Maybe the slim B+W might be an option, but any better with vignetting ? Can u stack a hoya + a slim B+W on top (as I understand the slim B+W doesnt have the thread on top)
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