Anybody tried Aurora Drop-In Filters for the FTZ?

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Anybody tried Aurora Drop-In Filters for the FTZ?

Hi,

Aurora claim they will make drop-in filters for the Nikon FTZ adapter, among others, on Kickstarter.

Has anybody tried any of their other filters?

Do they exist?

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Filters available for all four camera mount adapters are: A sensor protector, various strengths of ND filters, graduated ND or GND filters in three different strengths, and a light pollution reduction (LPR) filter.

The sensor protector serves the purpose of filtering out unwanted ultraviolet (UV) lights, and more importantly, shields a camera sensor from various contaminations when changing lenses.

The ND filters are based on our PowerND™ fixed ND filter family, with more strengths of light reduction capabilities from 2, 4, 6, 8, 12, to 16 stops.

There are three strengths of GND filters: 1.5 stops, 2.5 stops and 3.5 stops.

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ref.: https://aurora-aperture.com/2019/07/15/adapter-mount-format-filters-for-mirrorless-cameras/

Kickstarter is risky, as DPR more or less advices. Bad experience is found here for a different company: https://petapixel.com/2018/08/21/how-meyer-optik-gorlitz-won-at-kickstarter-but-failed-at-life/

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