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Re: Which types of filters can be used?

Please use thin type filters to prevent vignetting on the corners. The following filters are vignetting-free. Konica Minolta 49mm AC L37 (UV filter) (Thickness is approx. 5.5mm in total, and approx. 3.4mm excluding the screw part.) Konica Minolta 49mm ND 4x filter 49mm type causes vignetting. Please use Konica Minolta filter adapter (49mm > 62mm) and 62mm Polarizing filter II (Circular) in combination.

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What filter size?

For what camera. To find this type of accessory go to the B&H camera website

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I have just purchased polaroid lense filters polaroid say they are compatible with Nikon d90 but I cant get them on do I need something else to attach them

Filters must be the right size for each lens. For example the 18-105mm kit lens that comes with most D-90 kits uses a 67mm filter. They thread into the main lens. It is always safer to put a clear or UV filter on your camera lens to protect the expensive lens glass. You can thread another type of lens onto it as easily as you can your base lens. Be sure and do not force a threaded lens filter onto your lens or you will damage the expensive lens. It should thread on easily and do not over tighten it.

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Polarizing filter for fujifilm FinePix digital camera A210

I'm not sure you can use a round filter that fits into the mouth of your lens. The manual does not say anything about thread size. But there should always fit a P type filter set. Kood has "cheap" sets. There are a lot of Chinese firms that are in this market. There are lots of other brands and it could be you can buy a filter and holder paying more than your camera is worth. A P-type adapter ring from KOOD is less than $10, and a filter from $30 (46 mm) till almost $100 for 86 MM.
Only if you are making lots of pictures in sun light and you want to have that touch more, you should invest in polarising filters, because they are very expensive. For your digital camera you only can use circular polarising filters. (That goes with every digital camera)

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Will polaroid 52mm lens filters fit my panasonic fz45 camera

Your FZ45 accepts 52mm filters. You can use any 52mm filters you wish on this lens.

There are two types of polarizing filters: linear and circular. The linear polarizing filters are for film cameras and *some* digital cameras. Circular polarizing filters are needed by many digital cameras because the linear polarizing filter types interfere with the autofocus programs. If you shoot in manual focus modes only, it won't matter which you buy. If you do use autofocus, you ought to try the linear before buying - otherwise, purchase the circular polarizer.

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How toput a filter and hood

Assuming the filter is of the right size, it screws into the thread mounting on the inside of the front rim of the lens.

Depending on the particular hood, it either fits into the bayonet mount on the outside of the front rim of the lens or simply slips on.

If you're using a step-up ring to mount larger filters or using a Cokin-type filter, then you'll need a new hood to accommodate.

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How can I lower the power of the flash lamp on the Lumix LX3 ? Mine is way too powerful but I can't find a setting on the camera.

I don't know your particular mode, but what I do with digital cameras is I use them in the program mode. I then can set the iris priority to under expose by the number of required stops.
On some of the regular cameras, and most high end cameras they have an EV (exposure value) setting. This gives very good control for overall exposer compensation.
If your camera cannot be exposure compensated, you can try putting gel type neutral density filters in front of the flash unit. These come in what looks like a mylar type sheet. They come in different values for density. Normally you would buy a range of values so you can adjust them. I used to buy these from a photo equipment supplier in sheets. I still use these with my digital camera equipment.
You may want to have some in ND-1, ND-2-, ND-3, and ND-4. Then you can use the right combination to find the correct flash exposure you want to use.
You can stick the filter in front of the flash unit and hold it in place with some masking tape.
When using filters in front of the flash, you may have to use the camera in manual mode. This will prevent the automatic mode from over compensating for the change of light from the flash. With this you will have to do exposure tests to find the correct setup.
In the film days, I used to use a flash meter (I still use a flash meter), and calculate the distances and theoretical exposure. Then I would do the tests in a series that I logged on a work chart. After processing, I would see which frame came out properly, and then use the settings as my reference for that photo job.

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Want a camcorder that can take nightvision type of footage for paranormal research

If you are talking about Infa-Red, and are a little handy with small tools, you can convert a cheep used camcorder yourself.
All digital camers are senisitve to IR. In fact in order to get a good quality normal picture, they have to have a filter installed between the lens and the sensor just to get rid of it. go to: They have instructions on how to DYI, or there is a list of places that will do it for you. One suggestion, get a camcorder that has the lowest light capibilities 1 LUX or .o3 lux. You will need to get a natural light filter to put on the front of the lens- if you can't follow the DIY on the website. It works...I did it myself..You may also want an IR light for the camera to cover large areas, but I believe using the same filter that's on the site would work as well. let me know

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any type of filter of anybrand, also any type/brand of teleconverters can be use with s6500 as long as it's 58mm

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Types of filter lenses to use with DSC-F505 camera

I bought a Hama skylight filter for the express purpose of protecting the lens. I've not noticed any degradation in image quality. Of course, ultimately the filter will block some of the light that's hitting the CCD, but it's so little as to not be noticeable. Being as the lens cap clips into the thread of the lens then yes, it does still fit perfectly into the thread of the filter, so no problem there!

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Ist DS problems

Lot's of good filters out there. SMC Pentax filters are still available from B&H (among others). I put some Heliopan filters on my new lenses. Things are a lot different than when the MX was sold. Back then, I only remember a manufacturer as offering one filter. These days, each manufacturer has several levals of quality. Sorry to not be more helpful. For me, I was able to find some 49mm Pentax filters at Frank's Highland Park Camera. Got 'em for 10 bucks each. For the balance of the lenses, purchased Heliopan filters.

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