Hi, i recently bought a d5300 and i have a 18-140mm f 3.5-5.6 35mm f.18 and 50mm f1.8. I have a hoya cpl filter for the 35mm. I'm considering a ND filters for long exposures of clouds, waterfalls, buildings etc. However they are a little pricey and i blew my budget pretty big. I read 10 stops is the best for waterfalls but will be to dark for other uses. Here are my questions
1) Which lens should i buy the filter for, since they will most likely be landscapes im assuming the 35mm prime will be the better investment?
2) What stop filter should i buy?
3) Are Haida filters good? there is a 10 stop on ebay for $25
4) Should i consider square filters and buying a holder since a pack of 3 nd filters are only around $10 but the 10 stop is $60
I don't know about any of the other questions but for question 4 I would strongly reccomend square (slot in) filters as they are much easier toy remove from the lens for recomposing as you will have to do that quite alot beacuse it is almost impossable to see throgh a viewfinder with a 10 stopper on the lens.
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