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SOLD! - Ditzco ND Filter 3-Pack Kit

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by RVD98072, Mar 11, 2016.

  1. RVD98072

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    This is brand new and has never been used. I am selling because I have many other ND filter kits (polar pro, taco, etc.).

    This kit by Ditzco includes 3 ND filter kits so it includes:

    3 - white plastic rings to hold the filters
    3 - ND2
    3 - ND4
    3 - ND8

    This is one of the most flexible kits out there because the filters are stackable. If you want ND16, you just put an ND2 and ND8 together. If you want ND32 you just put an ND4 and ND8 together, etc.

    It comes in a small metal container.

    It retails for $34.95. Yours for $20 shipped CONUS.

    Additional information from the manufacturer is here: 3-Pack Neutral Density Filter Kit for DJI Phantom 3 Quadcopter Drone

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  2. RVD98072

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    Ok, price reduced to $15 shipped.
     
  3. smitty152

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    I'll take it
     
  4. RVD98072

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    btw, this is still available.
     
  5. Comanche

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    Man I wish I would of known that as I would of had u ship with the battery


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  6. RVD98072

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  7. toegema

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    I thought you should ADD the multiple ND values together: ND 8 + ND 8 = ND 16....?


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  8. RVD98072

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    I'll try to explain this without getting too confused but basically:

    nd2 - 1 stop darker
    nd4 - 2 stops darker
    nd8 - 3 stops darker
    nd16 - 4 stops darker
    etc.

    so to get to nd8, you would use an nd2 and an nd4 to get 3 stops darker. using 2 nd4s would get you 4 stops darker (or the equivalent of nd16).